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IRIE
International Review of Information Ethics

ISSN 1614-1687

Vol. 6 (12/2006)

Ethics in Robotics

Editors
Prof. Dr. Rafael Capurro (Editor in Chief) University of Applied Sciences, Stuttgart, Germany, Wolframstr. 32, D-70191 Stuttgart E-Mail: rafael@capurro.de Prof. Dr. Thomas Hausmanninger University of Augsburg, Germany, Universitätsstr. 10 , D-86135 Augsburg, E-Mail: thomas.hausmanninger@kthf.uniaugsburg.de Dr. Karsten Weber European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, PO Box 17 86, D-15207 Frankfurt (Oder), E-Mail: kweber@euv-frankfurt-o.de Dr. Felix Weil quiBiq.de, Stuttgart, Germany, Heßbrühlstr. 11, D-70565 Stuttgart E-Mail: felix.weil@quibiq.de

Guest Editors
Dr. Daniela Cerqui, Department of Cybernetics, The University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading RG6 6AY, UK E-Mail: d.cerqui@reading.ac.uk Dr. Jutta Weber Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Duisburg-Essen, Geibelstr. 41, D-47057 Duisburg, Germany E-Mail: jutta.weber@uni-due.de Prof. Dr. Karsten Weber European University Viadrina Frankfurt/Oder, Germany E-Mail: kweber@euv-frankfurt-o.de

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Content

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Ethics in Robotics: Gianmarco Veruggio, Fiorella Operto: Roboethics: a Bottom-up Interdisciplinary Discourse in the Field of Applied Ethics in Robotics .......................2 Peter M. Asaro: What Should We Want From a Robot Ethic? ...............................................................................................9 Alistair S. Duff: Neo-Rawlsian Co-ordinates: Notes on A Theory of Justice for the Information Age ...................................... 17 John P. Sullins: When Is a Robot a Moral Agent? .............................................................................................................. 23 Brian R. Duffy: Fundamental Issues in Social Robotics ..................................................................................................... 31 Barbara Becker: Social Robots – Emotional Agents: Some Remarks on Naturalizing Man-Machine Interaction........................ 37 Dante Marino and Guglielmo Tamburrini: Learning Robots and Human Responsibility ............................................................................................... 46 C. K. M. Crutzen: Invisibility and the Meaning of Ambient Intelligence .................................................................................. 52 Stefan Krebs: On the Anticipation of Ethical Conflicts between Humans and Robots in Japanese Mangas .......................... 63 Maren Krähling: In Between Companion and Cyborg: The Double Diffracted Being Elsewhere of a Robodog ......................... 69 Naho Kitano: ‗Rinri‘: An Incitement towards the Existence of Robots in Japanese Society ................................................ 78 Miguel Angel Perez Alvarez: Robotics and development of intellectual abilities in children ...................................................................... 84 Dirk Söffker und Jutta Weber: On Designing Machines and Technologies in the 21st Century. An Interdisciplinary Dialogue. ...................... 91

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