Accepted Abstracts

In here you can find the accepted abstracts and the names of the authors:

Emilsson, L. S. (2016) A Robot Is Never Better Than the Persons Working with It. Opportunities, challenges and the role of inter- as transdisciplinary efforts for person centered robot-assisted therapies and education. New Friends 2016, Conference Proceedings. Ethical, Legal and Societal Issues of Robots in Therapy and Education Workshop

Abstract: abstract_emilsson

Contact information: lina.emilsson@ebc.uu.se

Horikawa, Y. et al. (2016) Advent of New Ethical, Legal and Social Challenge of Robotic Services in Cyber Physical Spaces. New Friends 2016, Conference Proceedings. Ethical, Legal and Societal Issues of Robots in Therapy and Education Workshop

Abstract: abstract_horikawa

Contact Information: horikawa@atr.jp / hagita@atr.jp

Laukyte, M. (2016) Social Robots in Medicine and Education: An Alternative Perspective on the Threat to Privacy. New Friends 2016, Conference Proceedings. Ethical, Legal and Societal Issues of Robots in Therapy and Education Workshop

Abstract: abstract_laukyte

Contact information: mlaukyte@der-pr.uc3m.es

Machado and Albo-Canals (2016) Ethical and Legal Concerns when developing Social Robots for Care: Risks and Solutions extracted from co-participatory design of a Social Pet Robot. New Friends 2016, Conference Proceedings. Ethical, Legal and Societal Issues of Robots in Therapy and Education Workshop

Abstract: machado-albo

Contact Information: rodrigo.psicopuc@gmail.com / jalbo@salleurl.edu

Palestra, G. and Bortone, I. (2016) Perspective Ethical Issues about Experiences with Social Robots to help Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. New Friends 2016, Conference Proceedings. Ethical, Legal and Societal Issues of Robots in Therapy and Education Workshop.

Abstract: abstract_-palestra_bortone

Contact Information: giuseppe.palestra@uniba.it

Vallverdú, J. and Shah, H. (2016) AI Educational Technologies: Connecting the Student by Emotional Proxy. New Friends 2016, Conference Proceedings. Ethical, Legal and Societal Issues of Robots in Therapy and Education Workshop

Abstract: abstract_vallverdu_shah

Contact Information: jordi.vallverdu@uab.cat / ab7778@coventry.ac.uk

Zornoza, A. (2016) Social Robots, Cognitive Testing and Search for the Source of the Moral Damage in the Law. New Friends 2016, Conference Proceedings. Ethical, Legal and Societal Issues of Robots in Therapy and Education Workshop

Abstract: abstract_zornoza

Contact Information: alejandro.zornoza.somolinos@gmail.com