The Paradox of Social Robotics: A Discussion

Brian R. Duffy, Gina Joue

Intuitive arguments suggest that the humanoid is the ideal form and function for a robot engaging people in their physical and social space. As technology improves and we come closer to achieving a truly social robot, the ethical issues of how we design such a robot, and whether it should be truly social, become more complex.


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