Robots and elderly care: philosophical questions and method
Coeckelbergh, Mark (2008) Robots and elderly care: philosophical questions and method. In: Expert meeting on Assistive Technology and Robotics, 10-11 October 2008, Brussels, Belgium.
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|Additional information:||The Expert Meeting on Assistive Technology and Robotics is included in a series of five Workshops examining the social and ethical implications of specific emerging technologies impacting the elderly in Europe. These technical workshops engaged scientists, ethicists, and policy makers in confronting this range of issues. Ethics and privacy issues in Robotics & Assistive Technology opened discussions on human dignity, non-maleficence, autonomy and individual responsibility, privacy and informed consent, social responsibility, solidarity, equity and equality: all these issues facing robotic applications for the elderly were discussed in this meeting.|
Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social sciences (BMS)
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