Robotics and Society

Dumas Guillaume
Stewart John
Language of the article : French
DOI: 10.3406/intel.2016.1797
Product variations: 


Paper format

In this issue, the authors present how robotics can not only be inspired by biology but also constitute a proxy to better understand it. Here we emphasize the need to keep a clear the distinction between natural organisms and artificial machines and to ethically consider the impact of robotics and artificial intelligence on human society.

Pour citer cet article :

Dumas Guillaume, Stewart John (2016/1). Robotics and Society. In Khamassi Mehdi & Doncieux Stéphane (Eds), New approaches in cognitive robotics, Intellectica, 65, (pp.223-225), DOI: 10.3406/intel.2016.1797.