Session talks

Sessions 1 and 7: Methodological Issues

Kerstin Fischer, Southern University of Denmark, DKRobots as Confederates: How Robots Can and Should Support Humanities Research

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Raya Jones, Cardiff University, GB"If It's Not Broken, Don't Fix It?" an Inquiry concerning the Understanding of Child-Robot Interaction

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Johanna Seibt, Aarhus University, DKIntegrative Social Robotics: A New Method Paradigm to Solve the Description and the Regulation Problem?

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Elizabeth Jochum, Aalborg University; DK, Damith Herath, University of Canberra, AU

Robot Choreography: Using Performance Paradigms for Experimental Setups in HRI

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Glenda Hannibal, University of Vienna, ATBringing the Notion of Everyday Life Back to the Center of Social Robotics and HRI

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Luis de Miranda, Michael Rovatsos, Subramanian Ramamoorthy, University of Edinburgh, GBWe, Anthrobot: Learning From Human Forms of Interaction and Esprit de Corps to Develop More Plural Social Robotics

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Malene Damholdt, Aarhus University, DKA Generic Scale for Assessment of Attitudes towards Social Robots: The ASOR-5

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Sara Ljungblad, Wolmet Barendregt, University of Gothenborg, SE; Mohammad Obaid, University of Koç, TR; Sofia Serholt, University of Gothenborg, SE; Pamela Lindgren, Chalmers University, SE Are we Really Addressing the Human in Human-Robot Interaction? Adopting the Phenomenologically-Situated Paradigm

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Lars Christian Jensen, University of Southern Denmark, DKUsing Language Games as a Way to Investigate Interactional Engagement in Human-Robot Interaction

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Sessions 2 and 9: Ethical Tasks and Implications

Arto Laitinen, University of Tampere, FI; Marketta Niemelä, VTT Technical Research Center of Finland , FI; Jari Pirhonen, University of Tampere, FISocial Robotics, Elderly Care, and Human Dignity: A Recognition-theoretical Approach

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Raul Hakli, Pekka Mäkela, University of Helsinki, FI

Robots, Autonomy, and Responsibility

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Nolen Gertz, University of Twente, NL

The Master/iSlave Dialectic: Post (Hegelian) Phenomenology and the Ethics of Technology

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Matthijs Smakman, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, NL

Robots and Moral Obligation

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Michael Funk, University of Vienna, AT

Tacit Security? Robot-Ethics and Societal Challenges of ‘Social-Robotic Information- and Cyberwar’

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Myrthe van Nus, University of Twente, NL

Social Robots, Privacy, and Ownership of Data: Some Problems and Suggestions

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Yvette Pearson, Old Dominion University, US; Jason Borenstein, Georgia Institute of Technology, US

The Ethical Impact of an Increased Presence of Robots on Human-Human Interaction (HHI) within Ageing Populations

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Filippo Santoni de Sio, Delft University of Technology, NL

Consent to the Use of Companionship Robots by Mentally Disordered Persons: An Ethical Perspective

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Hin-Yan Liu, University of Copenhagen, DK

Structural Discrimination and Autonomous Vehicles: Immunity Devices, Trump Cards and Crash Optimisation

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Session 3: Emotions in Human-Robot Interaction

Jaana Parviainen, Lina Van Aerschot, Tuomo Särkikoski, University of Tampere, FI; Satu Pekkarinen, Helinä Melkas, Lea Hennala, Lappeenranta University of Technology, FIMotions with Emotions? A Double Body Perspective and Human-Robot Interaction in Elderly Care

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Eduard Fosch-Villaronga, University of Bologna, IT; Alex Barco, Universitat Ramón Llull, ES; Beste Özcan, CNR Rome, IT; Jainendra Shukla, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, ES

An Interdisciplinary Approach towards a Better Cognitive Human-Robot Interaction: A Novel Emotion-Based Model

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Maike Klein, University of Stuttgart, DE

Can Artificial Systems Have Genuine Emotions? The Enactive Approach to Affectivity and Artificial Systems

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Session 4: Education, Art, Innovation

Eduard Fosch-Villaronga, Università di Bologna, IT and Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, ES; Vishwas Kalipalya-Mruthyunjaya, Carnegie Mellon University, USRobot Enhancement of Cognitive and Ethical Capabilities of Humans

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Bojana Romic, Malmö University, SE“Are You Talkin' to Me?” A Study of Social Robots Featuring in Robotic Art

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Sofia Serholt, Wolmet Barendregt, Dennis Küster, University of Gothenborg, SE; Aidan Jones, University of Birgmingham, UK; Patrícia Alves-Oliveira, Ana Paiva, Universidade de Lisboa, PTStudents' Normative Perspectives on Classroom Robots

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Session 5: Artifical Meaning and Rationality

Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen, Tallin University of Technology, EE

What Your Computer Still Can't Know: A Refutation of Bringsjord's Refutation of Searle's Refutation of Bostron and Floridi

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S. M. Amadae, University of Helsinki, FI

Computation of Rational Action

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Martin Mose Bentzen, Technical University of Denmark, DK

The Principle of Double Effect Applied to Ethical Dilemmas of Social Robots

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Session 6: How to Realize Value-Oriented Design

Raja Chatila, The French National Center for Scientific Research, FR; John C. Havens, The Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in the Design of Autonomous Systems, US

Values By Design: Addressing Ethical Concerns for Autonomous Systems and Artificial Intelligence

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Session 8: Social Norms and Robot Sociality

Arto Laitinen, University of Tampere, FIRobots and Human Sociality: Normative Expectations, the Need for Recognition, and the Social Bases of Self-Esteem

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Ingar Brinck, Christian Balkenius, Birger Johansson, Lund University, SERobots, Social Norms and the Dynamics of Interaction

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Marek Rosa, GoodAI, CZAI Roadmap Institute: Big Picture Thinking in General AI Research, Safety and Ethics

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Felix Lindner, Freiburg University, DEHow to Count Multiple Personal-Space Intrusions in Social Robot Navigation

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Christian Brems, Copenhagen University, DK; Anne Julie Arnfred, DKThe Third Space: Actualising the Social Robot

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Luciana Benotti, Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, ES; Patrick Blackburn, University of Roskilde, DKPolite Interactions with Robots

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Session 10: Perception of Social Robots

Dennis Küster, Jacobs University Bremen, DE; Aleksandra Świderska, Warsaw University, PLMoral Patients: What Drives the Perceptions of Moral Actions towards Humans and Robots?

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Maciej Musiał, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, PLMagical Thinking and Empathy Towards Robots

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Veronika Vanova, Tallinn University of Technology, EETrust in Human-Robot Interaction: The Role of Appearance

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Nello Barile, IULM University Milan, IT; Satomi Sugiyama, Franklin University, CHI Am Her(e): Physical/Cognitive Robots and Human Intimacy in the Imagery of Spike Jones' Movies

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Hironori Matsuzaki, University of Oldenburg, DESense of Social Atmosphere (Kūki) and Robots That Should Read the Situation to Be Safe

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Karolina Zawieska, Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements, PLHuman-Animal Analogy in Human-Robot Interaction

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