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Technological Moral Proxies and the Ethical Limits of Automating Decision-Making In Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

@inproceedings{Millar2015TechnologicalMP,
  title={Technological Moral Proxies and the Ethical Limits of Automating Decision-Making In Robotics and Artificial Intelligence},
  author={Jason Millar},
  year={2015}
}
  • J. Millar
  • Published 29 October 2015
  • Engineering
.......................................................................................................................................... ii Acknowledgements ........................................................................................................................ iv List of Abbreviations ...................................................................................................................... ix Chapter 
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