A full-day ICRA 2020 workshop- 31 May 2020 or 4 June 2020
Submission deadline: 23 March 2020
Intelligent robots come with promises of great value to society but can also be seen as threats in terms of job loss, increased social inequalities, transparency and privacy, age/race/gender bias in training or design, autonomous warfare, excessive delegation of decision-making, etc. This workshop aims to put forth a diversity of viewpoints from experts not only in robotics and AI but also disciplines that are close to the real-world use of robots: social science, law, economics, and philosophy. Together we want to explore possible outcomes of increased uptake of intelligent robots, and contribute to ethical frameworks and good practices. The workshop builds on its previous edition AGAINST-19 at ICRA 2019, which focused on bias and discrimination. This edition will further extend its scope to other topics of ethics and responsible innovation in robotics, while at the same time keeping its focus on spreading awareness and a critical mindset in our robotics community regarding ethical issues of the technologies we design.
The workshop will provide a venue for both theoretical and technical discussions which interleave philosophy/economics/social-science talks with technical talks.
- Paper submission deadline: 23 March 2020
- Author notification: 19 April 2020
- Camera-ready submission: 4 May 2020
- 31 May or 4 June 2020
This workshop is sponsored by The IEEE RAS Technical Committee on Human Robot Interaction & Coordination