Intergenerational justice = the needs of the current generation should be met without compromising the needs and prospects of future generations. (Brundtland, G. H., and Khalid, M. „Our common future”. New York, 1987)
We presented our latest paper on „Robotic Governance: a Literature Review and Research Agenda“ at the ROBOT2017 conference in Sevilla (Spain) this evening. It will soon be published in Springer as well as on the Robotic Governance website. Thank you for the great discussion!
In the literature, it is distinguished between potential threats arising from the robot itself, from the hardware, that could be used for example to commit a crime, like filming things without permission – and on the other hand, there is Artificial Intelligence, which could mean that the machine develops a personality, a free will, and […]
The first one who regulated robotics is of course Isaak Asimov. But still, as brilliant as his laws are, some argue that most of the current approaches to create guidelines for roboethics as well as robot laws are based mainly on Asimov’s laws and that these are not reaching far enough. They are formulated in […]