Ethical Principles for Socially Assistive Robotics

  title={Ethical Principles for Socially Assistive Robotics},
  author={David Feil-Seifer and Maja J. Mataric},
The health, education, and other service applications for robots that assist through primarily social rather than physical interaction are rapidly growing, and so is the research into such technologies. Socially assistive robotics (SAR) aims to address critical areas and gaps in care by automating supervision, coaching, motivation, and companionship aspects of one-on-one interactions with individuals from various large and growing populations, including stroke survivors, the elderly and… CONTINUE READING
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