Robot ethics, sometimes known by the short expression "roboethics", concerns ethical problems that occur with robots, such as whether robots pose a threat to humans in the long or short run, whether some uses of robots are problematic (such as in healthcare or as 'killer robots' in war), and how robots should be designed such as they act 'ethically' (this last concern is also called machine ethics).
Robot ethics is a sub-field of ethics of technology, specifically information technology, and it has close links to legal as well as socio-economic concerns. Researchers from diverse areas are beginning to tackle ethical questions about creating robotic technology and implementing it in societies, in a way that will still ensure the safety of the human race.
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Introductory Chapter: Roboethics - The Legal, Ethical and Social Impacts of Robotics
Risk Estimation in Robotics and the Impact of Human Behaviour
Trajectory Tracking Error Using Fractional Order PID Control Law for Two-Link Robot Manipulator via Fractional Adaptive Neural Networks
Robots Liability: A Use Case and a Potential Solution
Cyber security of Robotics and Autonomous Systems: Privacy and Safety
Ethic Reflections about Service Robotics, from Human Protection to Enhancement: Case Study on Cultural Heritage
Mechanical Empathy Seems Too Risky. Will Policymakers Transcend Inertia and Choose for Robot Care? The World Needs It
Electronic Prescribing and Robotic Dispensing: The Impact of Integrating Together on Practice and Professionalism
Human, Not Humanoid, Robots