REELER - Responsible Ethical Learning With Robotics


REELER is a highly interdisciplinary H2020-project involving 4 European partners from the fields of anthropology, learning, robotics, philosophy, and economy.

With our multidisciplinarity profile, we aim to assure collaboration, comprehension and acceptance of SSH research-based knowledge about distributed responsibility, ethical and societal issues relating to robotics. 

We aim to produce powerful instruments to foster networking between traditional robotics disciplines and new research fields, like Science and Technology Studies (STS) in order to exploit potentialities of future robotics projects. 

In the video below, you can watch an introduction
by the the project coordinator Cathrine Hasse Professor - DPU, Aarhus University  


News

2019.02.18 | Conference

New paper to be presented at the HRI 2019

Karolina Zawieska and Ben Vermeulen will be at the Human-Robot Interaction conference in Daegu, Korea to present their latest paper

2019.02.18 | Workshop

Upcoming workshop at the ERF 2019

REELER researchers will present tools for collaborative learning with users and policy-makers at the European Robotics Forum

2019.02.01 | Media coverage

REELER gets coverage in Danish media for insights on robot sabotage

Cathrine Hasse spoke about REELER findings on robot sabotage in a Weekendavisen article and on the P1 Morgen radio show


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