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Social Robots: Opportunities and Challenges with Auxane Boch (IEAI)

July 06, 2021 ANSGAR BITTERMANN, AUXANE BOCH (GUEST SPEAKER), ISAO KABAYA, SATYA DHARMAPURAMSHI, RAINER RAUPACH, VIVIANE POLISENA, MANJEET SINGH Season 1 Episode 10
Social Robots: Opportunities and Challenges with Auxane Boch (IEAI)
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Social Robots: Opportunities and Challenges with Auxane Boch (IEAI)
Jul 06, 2021 Season 1 Episode 10
ANSGAR BITTERMANN, AUXANE BOCH (GUEST SPEAKER), ISAO KABAYA, SATYA DHARMAPURAMSHI, RAINER RAUPACH, VIVIANE POLISENA, MANJEET SINGH

Auxane Boch is associate researcher at the Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (IEAI) at the TU Munich. She describes herself as a cyber psychologist and explores the opportunities, challenges and ethical considerations of social robots. The IEAI writes in their April Brief: "Robotics technologies are now increasingly used in a multitude of ways related to social interaction with humans. Considering their expanding employment in many areas of everyday life, it is now crucial to understand the implications of robotic technology for users and society." In our next podcast, Auxane will talk with us about this and the latest social robot technology designed for serving humans and will offer an assessment of the ethical considerations needed.

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Auxane Boch is associate researcher at the Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (IEAI) at the TU Munich. She describes herself as a cyber psychologist and explores the opportunities, challenges and ethical considerations of social robots. The IEAI writes in their April Brief: "Robotics technologies are now increasingly used in a multitude of ways related to social interaction with humans. Considering their expanding employment in many areas of everyday life, it is now crucial to understand the implications of robotic technology for users and society." In our next podcast, Auxane will talk with us about this and the latest social robot technology designed for serving humans and will offer an assessment of the ethical considerations needed.