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Social Robots Articles summary

This summary covers the following articles: - AI ethics – Müller - A Literature Review on New Robotics: Automation from Love to War – Royakkers & Van Est - Is the brain’s mind a computer program? – John Searle - Robots and human dignity: a consideration of the effects of robot care on the dignity of older people – Sharkey - Moral Predators: The Duty to Employ Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles – Stawsel In this summary, the main topics and definitions are discussed, including the notes and hints given by the lecturers, providing a global understanding of the articles and a good preparation tool for the exam! Also check out my Social Robots bundle, which includes the lecture notes as well for a fair price ;)

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