Meeting at the European Parliament, December 10

ROBOTS: REALISM AND IMAGINARIES! Where is the voice of the actual users?

REELER deliver concrete policy recommendations for ethical robotics at the European Parliament, December 10.


Robots are coming out of the industrial cage into people’s everyday lives, but people working with, or being affected by, robots are not heard in decisions concerning robot technology.
 
The H-2020 funded REELER project will share ethnographic research knowledge of how robots affect our daily lives, work tasks, our ideas about robots, and why it is important to listen to people outside the inner circle of robotics.
 
This meeting delivers concrete policy recommendations for future robotics development and implementation.
 
Please join us for a morning meeting at the European Parliament, Member’s Salon, Tuesday December 10, at 8.00-10.00 am.


AGENDA

08.00-08.10
Welcome by MEP Christel Schaldemose

08.10-08.30 
Introduction to REELER and Collaboration in the inner circle of robotics by Project Coordinator Prof. Cathrine Hasse, Aarhus University, and R&D Director Maria Bulgheroni, Ab.Acus
                                  
08.30-08.40
Unforeseen impact of robots on nurses’ workload by Juan Jose Fernandez, Policy Advisor at European Federation of Nurses Associations

08.40-08:50
Citizen involvement and Innovation network by Prof. Kathleen Richardson and Prof. Andreas Pyka

08:50-09:50
Policy recommendations for future robot developments Presentation of two core policy recommendations and reflection upon these with the panel and guests 
Panel: Juan Jose Fernandez, Andreas Pyka, Kathleen Richardson, and Maria Bulgheroni
Moderator: Cathrine Hasse
                     
09.50-10:00
Summing up and thank you by Prof. Cathrine Hasse


TIME AND PLACE

• Tuesday 10th of December, 2019, at 8.00-10.00
• The European Parliament, Member’s Salon, Rue Wiertz, 1047 Brussels

 


REGISTRATION

Please register for the event via the link below:
https://events.au.dk/europeanparliament/registration

Participation is free, but registration is necessary and binding.