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Robot Ethics 2.0: From Autonomous Cars to Artificial Intelligence

Patrick Lin, Keith Abney, and Ryan Jenkins

Abstract

As a game-changing technology, robotics naturally will create ripple effects through society. Some of them may become tsunamis. So it’s no surprise that “robot ethics”—the study of these effects on ethics, law, and policy—has caught the attention of governments, industry, and the broader society, especially in the past several years. Since our first book on the subject in 2012, a groundswell of concern has emerged, from the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots to the Campaign Against Sex Robots. Among other bizarre events, a robot car has killed its driver, and a kamikaze police robot bomb has kille ... More

Keywords: robots, autonomous, cars, ethics, law, philosophy, policy, responsibility, psychology, artificial intelligence

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2017 Print ISBN-13: 9780190652951
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2017 DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190652951.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Patrick Lin, editor

Keith Abney, editor

Ryan Jenkins, editor

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Contents

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1 Autonomous Vehicles and Moral Uncertainty

Vikram Bhargava and Tae Wan Kim

4 Imputing Driverhood

Jeffrey K. Gurney

7 Could a Robot Care? It’s All in the Movement

Darian Meacham and Matthew Studley

9 Pediatric Robotics and Ethics

Jason Borenstein, Ayanna Howard, and Alan R. Wagner

10 Trust and Human–Robot Interactions

Jesse Kirkpatrick, Erin N. Hahn, and Amy J. Haufler

11 White Lies on Silver Tongues

Alistair M. C. Isaac and Will Bridewell

13 Lovotics

Adrian David Cheok, Kasun Karunanayaka, and Emma Yann Zhang

14 Church-Turing Lovers

Piotr Bołtuć

17 When Robots Should Do the Wrong Thing

Brian Talbot, Ryan Jenkins, and Duncan Purves

20 Artificial Identity

James DiGiovanna