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thomas arnold
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thomas arnold
ethics
philosophy of religion
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thomas arnold and matthias scheutz (2017)
the tactile ethics of soft robotics: designing wisely for human-robot interaction
soft robotics, 4, 2, 81--87
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matthias scheutz and thomas arnold (2017)
intimacy, bonding, and sex robots: examining empirical results and exploring ethical ramifications
robot sex: social and ethical implications (working title)
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thomas arnold and matthias scheutz (2017)
beyond moral dilemmas: exploring the ethical landscape in hri
proceedings of the 2017 acm/ieee international conference on human-robot interaction, 445--452
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thomas arnold and daniel kasenberg and matthias scheutz (2017)
value alignment or misalignment -- what will keep systems accountable?
aaai workshop on ai, ethics, and society
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thomas arnold and matthias scheutz (2016)
against the moral turing test: accountable design and the moral reasoning of autonomous systems
ethics and information technology, 18, 2, 103--115
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matthias scheutz and thomas arnold (2016)
feats without heroes: norms, means, and ideal robotic action
frontiers in robotics and ai, 3, 32
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jason r. wilson and thomas arnold and matthias scheutz (2016)
relational enhancement: a framework for evaluating and designing human-robot relationships
proceedings of the aaai workshop on ai, ethics, and society
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vasanth sarathy and jason wilson and thomas arnold and matthias scheutz (2016)
enabling basic normative hri in a cognitive robotic architecture
proceedings of the 2nd workshop on cognitive architectures for social human-robot interactionat the 11th acm/ieee conference on human-robot interaction
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matthias scheutz and thomas arnold (2016)
are we ready for sex robots?
proceedings of the 11th acm/ieee conference on human-robot interaction
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bertram f. malle and matthias scheutz and thomas h. arnold and john t. voiklis and corey cusimano (2015)
sacrifice one for the good of many? people apply different moral norms to human and robot agents
proceedings of 10th acm/ieee international conference on human-robot interaction
recipient of the hri-2015 best paper award in new knowledge
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