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Science fiction or reality? Near-term
ethical issues in human-robot interaction
Kate Darling @grok_
spot video
Anthropomorphism
Don’t run. we
are your
friends.
We respond to social cues from lifelike machines,
even if we know they are not real.
Original photo Jeff Keyzer
Five Takeaways
1. Robots are awesome
2. People relate to robots emotionally
3. Technology + emotion = opportunity
4. Manip...
Contact: kdarling@mit.edu

Twitter: @grok_


@grok_
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in ro...
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Kate Darling at WebTomorrow talking about: Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical, legal, and societal issues in robotics

  1. 1. Science fiction or reality? Near-term ethical issues in human-robot interaction Kate Darling @grok_
  2. 2. spot video
  3. 3. Anthropomorphism
  4. 4. Don’t run. we are your friends.
  5. 5. We respond to social cues from lifelike machines, even if we know they are not real.
  6. 6. Original photo Jeff Keyzer
  7. 7. Five Takeaways 1. Robots are awesome 2. People relate to robots emotionally 3. Technology + emotion = opportunity 4. Manipulation good/bad 5. This is not science fiction
  8. 8. Contact: kdarling@mit.edu
 Twitter: @grok_ 
 @grok_

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