Responsible Ethical Learning with Robotics
The project aims at aligning roboticists' visions of a future with robots with empirically-based knowledge of human needs and societal concerns through a new proximity-based human-machine ethics that take into account how individuals and community connect with robot technologies.
The main outcome of REELER is a research-based roadmap presenting:
- ethical guidelines for Human Proximity Levels,
- prescriptions for how to include the voice of new types of users and affected stakeholders through Mini-Publics,
- assumptions in robotics through socio-drama
- agent-based simulations of the REELER research for policymaking.
At the core of these guidelines is the concept of collaborative learning, which permeates all aspects of REELER and will guide future SSH-ICT research.
Integrating the recommendations of the REELER Roadmap for responsible and ethical learning in robotics in future robot design processes will enable the European robotics community to addresses human needs and societal concerns. Moreover, the project will give powerful instruments able to foster networking and exploit potentialities of future robotics projects.
AARHUS UNIVERSITY, DPU
DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY, CCSR
Coordinator: Stine Trentemøller
Project website: http://www.reeler.eu/
Call H2020-ICT-26-2016 a
Duration 1 January 2017 – 31 December 2019
Project ID 731726