Android Robotics and the Conceptualization of Human Beings

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Android Robotics and the Conceptualization of Human Beings. / Nørskov, Marco; Platz, Anemone.

2018. Abstract from Robo-Philosophy 2018, Vienna, Austria.

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Nørskov M, Platz A. 2018. Android Robotics and the Conceptualization of Human Beings. Abstract from Robo-Philosophy 2018, Vienna, Austria.

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Nørskov, Marco and Anemone Platz Android Robotics and the Conceptualization of Human Beings. Robo-Philosophy 2018, 14 Feb 2018, Vienna, Austria, Conference abstract for conference, 2018. 1 p.

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Nørskov M, Platz A. Android Robotics and the Conceptualization of Human Beings. 2018. Abstract from Robo-Philosophy 2018, Vienna, Austria.

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Nørskov, Marco ; Platz, Anemone. / Android Robotics and the Conceptualization of Human Beings. Abstract from Robo-Philosophy 2018, Vienna, Austria.1 p.

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abstract = "Japan has for decades been a first-mover and pacemaker with respect to the development of humanoid and android robots [1]. In this conceptual paper, we aim to demonstrate how certain android robotic projects can be embedded and interpreted within a Japanese notion of nature, where the artificial is not opposed to nature and where conventionalized idealizations in general are cherished over original state of the latter [2]. Furthermore, we will discuss how android robots epitomize challenges to the macro and micro levels of society.[1] J. Robertson, Robo Sapiens Japanicus: Robots, Gender, Family and the Japanese Nation, University of California Press, 2017.[2] A. Kalland and P.J. Asquith, Japanese Perceptions of Nature - Ideals and Illusions, in: Japanese Images of Nature - Cultural Perspectives, A. Kalland and P.J. Asquith, eds., Curzon Press, Richmond, 1997, p. 36.",
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