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International Conference:
»Going Beyond the Laboratory — Ethical and Societal Challenges for Robotics« (GBTL)

Date:

13-15 February 2014

© Ilona Straub

Venue:

Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg - Institute for Advanced Study, Delmenhorst/Germany

Organizers:

Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Dept. of Social Sciences, Research Unit "Sociological Theory" (AST)
— Gesa Lindemann, Gregor Fitzi, Hironori Matsuzaki, Ilona Straub

Sponsors:

German Research Foundation (DFG)

Universitätsgesellschaft Oldenburg (UGO)

GBTL 2014

Conference Program

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Poster Session


Part. I: 13 February, 15:15 – 16:00, Entrance Hall of HWK

Part. II: 14 February, 15:15 – 16:00, Entrance Hall of HWK


1.

What a Vision: The Artificial Companion?! Six Theses about the Productivity of an Ambiguous Metaphor

Knud Böhle (ITAS – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

2.

Does an Infectious Laugh Occur between a Robot and Humans?

Tatsuhiro Kishi, Hajime Futaki, Souichiro Shimomura, Sarah Cosentino, Massimiliano Zecca (Waseda Univ.), Takashi Nozawa (Mejiro Univ.), Kenji Hashimoto & Atsuo Takanishi (Waseda Univ.)

3.

DREAM - Development of Robot-Enhanced Therapy for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Serge Thill (Univ. of Skövde), Bram Vanderborght (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Daniel David (Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai), Tony Belpaeme (Univ. of Plymouth), Honghai Liu (Univ. of Portsmouth), Mark Coeckelbergh (Universiteit Twente), Olivier Joubert (Aldebaran Robotics S.A.), David Vernon & Tom Ziemke (Univ. of Skövde)

4.

How Do Social Robots Become Social? Reconstructing Three Dimensions of Construction of Sociality

Andreas Bischof (Chemnitz Univ. of Technology)

5.

Facilitating Co-Existence with Humans and Robots

Ricarda Wullenkord, Birte Schiffhauer & Friederike Eyssel (CITEC – Bielefeld Univ.)

6.

Do Socially Assistive Robots Compromise our Moral Autonomy?

Andreas Huber, Lara Lammer & Markus Vincze (ACIN – Vienna Univ. of Technology)

7.

Robots in Surgery from the Laboratory towards Health Care

Maria João Maia & António Moniz (ITAS – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/ FCT – Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Eva Kirner (Hochschule Furtwangen University), Bettina Krings & Michael Decker (ITAS - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

8.

Social Acceptability of a Virtual Assistant? From Trusting a System to Realizing Its Fallibility

Marcel Kramer, Karola Pitsch, Ramin Yaghoubzadeh & Stefan Kopp (CITEC – Bielefeld Univ.)

9.

How to Perceive 'Acceptance': Effects of a Museum Guide Robot's Conduct on Humans' Actions

Raphaela Gehle, Karola Pitsch, Sebastian Wrede (CITEC - Bielefeld Univ.)

10.

Robots for Stimulating Emotions – First Experiences with Patients with Unresponsive Wakeful Syndrome

Barbara Klein (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences), Thomas Kaspar (Arbeiterwohlfahrt Kreisverband Frankfurt am Main)

11.

Self-alteration in HRI

Ryuji Yamazaki (Institute for Culture and Society - Philosophy, Aarhus University/ Hiroshi Ishiguro Laboratory, ATR)

12.

Revealing Different (Non-)Conceptions of Personhood for Social Robots.
About the Benefit of Social Theory for Social Robotics

Ilona Straub (Department of Social Sciences, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg)

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