INBOTS brings together experts from different disciplines involved in the understanding and acceptance of Interactive Robotics, promoting the collaboration between four pillars and six areas of expertise (technical, legal, business, socioeconomic, standardization, etc).
- INBOTS & COST Action 16116 on Wearable Robots19 February, 2019(IFS CSIC Mario Toboso y Aníbal Monasterio; UCM Yolanda Sánchez-Urán, Ana Lambea & Amparo Grau ) These days the leaders of the ethical, legal and social (ELS) Working Group of the COST Action 16116 on Wearable Robots Dr. Heike Felzmann from NUI Galway (Ireland), Ms. Alexandra Kapeller from Linköping University (Sweden), Dr. Ann-Marie Hughes from the University of Southampton (United Kingdom) and Dr. Eduard Fosch-Villaronga from Leiden University (the Netherlands) are visiting the University Complutense of Madrid. The visiting research period aims to establish synergies between them and the H2020 INBOTS Projct. The COST Action 16116 […]
- Workshop on Digital Economy and Social Protection Systems7 February, 2019The Group of “Studies on Sufficient Pensions, Universal Social Security and Democracy” of the FUNDACIÓN FRANCISCO LARGO CABALLERO (Spain), organized a workshop to present the changes that the digital economy are bringing to the labour market in order to identify the main challenges that the society and regulators must overcome to be able to adapt the actual social protection systems INBOTS participated at this workshop named “THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE ECONOMY AND OF WORK AND ITS IMPACT ON SOCIAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS: CHALLENGES FOR THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE” represented by Amparo Grau, from the University […]
To create a community hub that can bring together experts to debate & create a responsible research & innovation paradigm for robotics
25 partners from 13 different countries on the basis of the multidisciplinary expertise and trans-nationality required for meeting its objectives
Papers and other publications Robotics and Labour Law Final Fiscal Law May 2018 Artificial Intelligence and civil law: liability rules for drones