Could robots contribute to improve social well being ? A psychoanalytical perspective

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Title: Could robots contribute to improve social well being ? A psychoanalytical perspective
Year: 2015
Authors: Thibault de SWARTE Marina CAMPANHER
Abstract:

This exploratory research focuses on four psychoanalytic concepts: unconscious, uncanny, object relation and structuration of the subject. They can be richly articulated with the field of technology and autonomous robots.

Keywords: Psychoanalysis, Roboethics, Autonomous agents, Unconscious, Subject, Social being
Language: English


Date: 06/13/2015
Location: Rome, Italy
Name of Event/Conference: ISPSO 2015 Annual Symposium
Sponsoring Organization: ISPSO

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Ross Hazeldine
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Thibault.deSwarte@telecom-bretagne.eu
Corresponding author: Thibault.deSwarte

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