Mark Coeckelbergh
Mark Coeckelbergh
Professor of Philosophy of Media and Technology, University of Vienna
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Robot rights? Towards a social-relational justification of moral consideration
M Coeckelbergh
Ethics and information technology 12 (3), 209-221, 2010
1272010
A survey of expectations about the role of robots in robot-assisted therapy for children with ASD: ethical acceptability, trust, sociability, appearance, and attachment
M Coeckelbergh, C Pop, R Simut, A Peca, S Pintea, D David, ...
Science and engineering ethics 22 (1), 47-65, 2016
1082016
Health care, capabilities, and AI assistive technologies
M Coeckelbergh
Ethical theory and moral practice 13 (2), 181-190, 2010
1052010
Human being@ risk: Enhancement, technology, and the evaluation of vulnerability transformations
M Coeckelbergh
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
1032013
From computer ethics to responsible research and innovation in ICT: The transition of reference discourses informing ethics-related research in information systems
BC Stahl, G Eden, M Jirotka, M Coeckelbergh
Information & Management 51 (6), 810-818, 2014
992014
Ethics of healthcare robotics: Towards responsible research and innovation
BC Stahl, M Coeckelbergh
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 86, 152-161, 2016
962016
Growing moral relations: Critique of moral status ascription
M Coeckelbergh
Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
922012
Humans, animals, and robots: A phenomenological approach to human-robot relations
M Coeckelbergh
International Journal of Social Robotics 3 (2), 197-204, 2011
912011
Moral appearances: emotions, robots, and human morality
M Coeckelbergh
Ethics and Information Technology 12 (3), 235-241, 2010
912010
Drones, information technology, and distance: mapping the moral epistemology of remote fighting
M Coeckelbergh
Ethics and information technology 15 (2), 87-98, 2013
832013
Regulation or responsibility? Autonomy, moral imagination, and engineering
M Coeckelbergh
Science, Technology, & Human Values 31 (3), 237-260, 2006
832006
Checkmate? The role of gender stereotypes in the ultimate intellectual sport
A Maass, C D'Ettole, M Cadinu
European Journal of Social Psychology 38 (2), 231-245, 2008
792008
Personal robots, appearance, and human good: A methodological reflection on roboethics
M Coeckelbergh
International Journal of Social Robotics 1 (3), 217-221, 2009
772009
Human development or human enhancement? A methodological reflection on capabilities and the evaluation of information technologies
M Coeckelbergh
Ethics and Information Technology 13 (2), 81-92, 2011
732011
How to build a supervised autonomous system for robot-enhanced therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder
PG Esteban, P Baxter, T Belpaeme, E Billing, H Cai, HL Cao, ...
Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics 8 (1), 18-38, 2017
722017
Can we trust robots?
M Coeckelbergh
Ethics and information technology 14 (1), 53-60, 2012
692012
The blockchain as a narrative technology: Investigating the social ontology and normative configurations of cryptocurrencies
W Reijers, M Coeckelbergh
Philosophy & Technology 31 (1), 103-130, 2018
632018
Violent computer games, empathy, and cosmopolitanism
M Coeckelbergh
Ethics and Information Technology 9 (3), 219-231, 2007
542007
Imagination and principles: An essay on the role of imagination in moral reasoning
M Coeckelbergh
Springer, 2007
492007
The moral standing of machines: Towards a relational and non-Cartesian moral hermeneutics
M Coeckelbergh
Philosophy & technology 27 (1), 61-77, 2014
482014
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