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Robots and Society

by: Alayna Veum

Robots and Society CS 4002

Alayna Veum

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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alayna Veum on Monday November 2, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CS 4002 at Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see /class/234148/cs-4002-georgia-institute-of-technology-main-campus in ComputerScienence at Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus.

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Date Created: 11/02/15
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robofs in 19405 e Shakey navigafes sfrucfured indoor environmenfs in fhe 19605 a 1818 Frankensfein by Mary Shelley a 1920 Creafion of fhe word robof meaning compulsory laborquot by Czech wrifer Karel Capek For RUR Terminafor O Mafrix Preloaded 1926 Mefropolis debufs 1938 Willard Pollard and harold Roselund invenf programmable painf sprayer a 19305 or 405 rsf foy robofs culminafing in Afomic Robof Man 1941 Asimov predicfs robofics eld e 1942 Asimov39s Runaround de nes Three Laws of Robofics 0A robot may not injure humanity or through inaction allow humanity to come to harm This was added after the initial three laws 1 A robot may not injure a human being or through inaction allow a human being to come to harm 2 A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law 3 A robot must protect ii own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law o 1952 Tesfuwan Afom From Ozamu Tezuka fhe father of modern magnd 3 6 1953 rsf gi anf robof series Tesfu j in 2 28 confro lled by boy 619542 George Devol desighs rsf programmable I Dhof a 1962 Indusfrial robofs come fo fhe Unifed Sfafes e 1969 Unimafe rsf Japanese indusfrial robof descendanf of Devol39s company a 1972 Mazinger Z resurgence of robof magna pilofs now inside robofs war machines a 1973 Wabof 1 considered by some fhe rsf Japanese humanoid robof sfafic walkerquot a 1977 Sfar Wars Changes movies Forever and infroduces friendly robofs RZDZ amp C3PO 1980 Japan becomes 1 indusfrial robof owner 50 of indusfrial robofs in Japan a 1982 Firsf popular fransformable robofs e 1986 Honda P O jusf mechanical legs precursor fo walking Qrio and ofher humanoid walking bofs P 1 comes in 1993 P 2 in 1996 Personal robofs come of age a 1999 AIBO e 2000 Asimo SDR 35 humanoid robof 6 Eureka Peoplebof mindsforms a painf cars solder finy wi res fo cir cdif boards a assemble cookies 20000 fimes a day 9 Clean dirf off oors a micro surgery a explore milnes fol c anoesf chemical spills o blow up sfuff e gef blown up defuse bombs in N Ireland Today a foys a enferfainmenf 6 movies a everywhere So how Far apar f are we a A Few inferesfing sfudies have been done 6 Kaplan For Sony Who is Afraid of the Humanoid e NTT amp Sfanford Robofs as New Media Robo rs as Media a Reacfions fo robofs versus other media vary dramafically across culfures a fypically mirror accepfed sociological disfincfions a US prefers SD bofs fo 2D buf Japanese reversed 6 Confrasf fhaf wifh universal reacfions fo symmefry smiling efc Buf why Who39s afraid a Addresses claim Japanese love fechnology Wesf nof so much a Theme 6 Exacfly backwards Americans see fools as cenfral and fherefore dangerous Japanese nof so much and so don39f worry abouf if so Arfi cialify used fo recreafe nafural somefimes nafure creafes unnafural pafferns beffer fo undersfand and reproduce arfi cially a Typical plof of magna 5 Japan affacked by somefhing awful a Frighfening cyborg fechnology fhaf scienfisfs musf masfer fame e Infegrafion 6 bofs become infegrafed cyborgs do nof a idea goes back fo fhe Meiji period Confrasf fhaf wifh fhe Wesf39s developmenf 6 Pre hisfory Arfi cial Creafure as companion andor Undersfanding life a Enlighfenmenf nafuml and arfi cial should be separafed a Romanficism fhe nafural is beHer fhan fhe arfi cial 6 Religion Reform arfi cial reproducfion of nafure is a negafive acf e Becomes a popular archefype mad lovers mad scienfisfs Sorcerer39s apprenfice Conclusions 9 Wesferners see machines as explaining the sehc machines are an analogy buf as such progress challenges our speci cify leading to bofh Fascinafion and Fear 5 Japanese keep ideas separafe so speci cify is nof challenged


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