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Dienstag, 7. September 2010

Ethica Themen: Ethical and Legal Aspects of Unmanned Systems. Interviews

Gerhard Dabringer (ed.)
Ethical and Legal Aspects of Unmanned Systems. Interviews
Austrian Ministry of Defence and Sports
Vienna 2010
ISBN: 978-3-902761-04-0

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Contributors

  • John Canning, Gerhard Dabringer: Ethical Challenges of Unmanned Systems
  • Colin Allen: Morality and Artificial Intelligence
  • George Bekey: Robots and Ethics
  • Noel Sharkey: Moral and Legal Aspects of Military Robots
  • Armin Krishnan: Ethical and Legal Challenges
  • Peter W. Singer: The Future of War
  • Robert Sparrow: The Ethical Challenges of Military Robots
  • Peter Asaro: Military Robots and Just War Theory
  • Jürgen Altmann: Uninhabited Systems and Arms Control
  • Gianmarco Veruggio, Fiorella Operto: Ethical and societal guidelines for Robotics
  • Ronald C. Arkin: Governing Lethal Behaviour
  • John P. Sullins: Aspects of Telerobotic Systems
  • Roger F. Gay: A Developer’s Perspective