The Rights and Wrongs of Robotics: Ethics and Robots in Public Organizations

@inproceedings{Kernaghan2014TheRA,
  title={The Rights and Wrongs of Robotics: Ethics and Robots in Public Organizations},
  author={Kenneth Kernaghan},
  year={2014}
}
Some electronics experts believe that robots, like present-day computers, will be commonplace. A diverse assortment of robots, with varying purposes, capacities, forms, and sizes, is emerging with significant implications for the policy, service and regulatory responsibilities of government. This paper explores three public policy fields – aging, health care and defence – where the use of robotics is already substantial or where it is projected to grow substantially and where significant… CONTINUE READING
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