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Inclusive Robotics for a Better Society

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 IUVO: A Spin-Off Company on Wearable Robotics Technologies
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    Chapter 2 Movendo Technology: A Technology Transfer Case Study Based on the Product Hunova
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    Chapter 3 COMAU: Collaborative Robotics Market and Applications in Industrial Environments
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    Chapter 4 Key Intellectual Property Aspects of Robotics
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    Chapter 5 Inclusive Robotics and AI – Some Urgent Ethical and Societal Issues
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    Chapter 6 AI, Robots and IPRs – An Approach to Ownership
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    Chapter 7 The Industrial Robot Evolution in the World. A First Dendrogram for a Cluster Analysis
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    Chapter 8 Inclusive Robotic and Work: Socially and Legally Responsible Technological Innovation
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    Chapter 9 Taxing Robots: Clarifications on Legal and Economic Capacity, Capacity to Act and Representation
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    Chapter 10 Taxing Autonomous Vehicles: The Californian Case
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    Chapter 11 Robotics as an Instrument for Social Mediation
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    Chapter 12 (Technical) Autonomy as Concept in Robot Ethics
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    Chapter 13 Conceptual Analysis: Technology, Machine and Robot
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    Chapter 14 Discursive Frameworks for the Development of Inclusive Robotics
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    Chapter 15 Robotics and Minors
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    Chapter 16 Women and Robotics
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    Chapter 17 Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in Wearable Robotics: Perspectives from the Work of the COST Action on Wearable Robots
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    Chapter 18 Cartography of the Values Involved in Robotics
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    Chapter 19 AI and Discrimination. A Proposal for a Compliance System for Protecting Privacy and Equality
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    Chapter 20 Loud and Cloud: Human Responsibility for Cloud Robotics Ecosystems
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    Chapter 21 “Meet Me Halfway,” Said the Robot to the Regulation
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    Chapter 22 Emerging Pedagogies in Robotics Education: Towards a Paradigm Shift
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    Chapter 23 ANSYMB - Interdisciplinary Teaching for Human-Centered Robotics
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    Chapter 24 Design and Impact of a Commercial Educational Robotic Exoskeleton
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    Chapter 25 On-Line Educational Resources on Robotics: A Review
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    Chapter 26 Medical Robotics and the Daunting Certification Process
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    Chapter 27 User Involvement, Device Safety, and Outcome Measures During Development of Walking Exoskeletons: Current Practices
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    Chapter 28 How Do Older People Think and Feel About Robots in Health- and Elderly Care?
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    Chapter 29 The CYBATHLON - Bionic Olympics to Benchmark Assistive Technologies
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    Chapter 30 The Role of Education for the Social Uptake of Robotics: The Case of the eCraft2Learn Project
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    Chapter 31 Supernumerary Robotic Fingers to Compensate and Augment Human Manipulation Abilities
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    Chapter 32 SecondHands: A Collaborative Maintenance Robot for Automated Warehouses. Implications for the Industry and the Workforce
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Title
Inclusive Robotics for a Better Society
Published by
Springer International Publishing, January 2020
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-24074-5
ISBNs
978-3-03-024073-8, 978-3-03-024074-5
Editors

José L. Pons

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Unknown 3 100%

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Ph. D. Student 2 67%
Student > Master 1 33%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Philosophy 1 33%
Psychology 1 33%
Engineering 1 33%