Two New Philosophical Problems for Robo-Ethics
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to describe two new philosophical problems for robo-ethics. When one considers the kinds of philosophical problems that arise in the emerging field of robo-ethics, one typically thinks of issues that concern agency, autonomy, rights, consciousness, warfare/military applications, employment and work, the impact for elder-care, and many others. All of these philosophical problems are well known. However, this paper describes two new philosophical problems for robo-ethics that have not been previously addressed in the literature. The author’s view is that if these philosophical problems are not solved, some aspects of robo-ethics research and development will be challenged. View Full-Text
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Buechner, J. Two New Philosophical Problems for Robo-Ethics. Information 2018, 9, 256.
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Buechner, Jeff. 2018. "Two New Philosophical Problems for Robo-Ethics." Information 9, no. 10: 256.
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