What is "robophilosophy"?

"Robophilosophy" was defined in 2014 as "philosophy of, for, and by social robotics."  An elaboration on this definition can be found here.

But since robophilosophy is by definition interdisciplinary and empirically informed or experimental philosophy, the boundaries between robophilosophy and robo-anthropology, robo-psychology etc. are not as sharp as in other areas of interdisciplinary work.  The main difference between robophilosophy and other disciplines engaged with the investigation of human-robot interaction is that robophilosophy is both descriptive and normative in the sense that it evaluates social robotics applications relative to ethical and socio-cultural norms.