Potential Impacts of HRI upon Different Understandings of Morality

Theodore A. Metzler

This paper examines compatibility of some existing understandings of morality with the likely phenomenon of increasing human-robot interaction (HRI) in the United States. Particularly for cases involving autonomous humanoid robots, it is argued that impacts of HRI may differ dramatically as a function of the received understandings of morality encountered.

Subjects: 17. Robotics


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