The Society for the Advancement of Philosophy invites you to participate with a paper presentation in the Zagreb Applied Ethics Conference 2017: The Ethics of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, to be held from the 5th to the 7th of June 2017 in Zagreb (the exact venue to be announced soon).
Plenary lectures at the conference will be given by professor Gianmarco Veruggio (Italian National Research Council / Genoa Branch of the Institute of Electronics, Computer and Telecommunication Engineering (IEIIT)) and professor Bojan Jerbić (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Department of Robotics and Production System Automation).
The aim of the conference is to gather philosophers and scholars from other disciplines who will present papers on various ethical aspects of robotics and artificial intelligence (e.g. industrial, military, medical and healthcare robots, robots in entertainment, robots as personal companions, the moral status of robots and AI, artificial moral agents, responsibilities for the design and functioning of robots and AI systems, the impact of robotics and AI on human society).
The organizing committee:
Tomislav Bracanović, president (University of Zagreb) × Tomislav Janović (University of Zagreb) × Bojan Jerbić (University of Zagreb) × Tvrtko Jolić (Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb) × Stipe Kutleša (Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb) × Mihovil Lukić, secretary (Society for the Advancement of Philosophy, Zagreb) × Davor Pećnjak (Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb)