The value of the European Union shines specially in times of crisis. Given the strong spreading capacity and mortality rate of the COVID 19, the European Commission seeks to make healthcare systems more efficient in order to sustain European society. The Artificial Intelligence
In the technological context described today as the 4th Industrial Revolution, which is more than just a description of technology-driven change, we jurists are obliged to understand the phenomenon. First, understand it, define it and delimit it; then, explain it
Robots, replicators, automatons, androids… are some of the different names given to self-moving machines. From the animated statues and hydraulic devices of the Middle Ages to the duck of Vaucanson, through the Greek myths that imagined fireworks, robots and self-propelled statues that have captivated the imagination and fed fears about the possibility of creating intelligence and artificial life. Today, the technology dreamt of by myths and sought after by protoengineers of various eras is already possible.
The European Commission has been very positive about the INBOTS results so far. Everything related with the studies and activities of the INBOTS project about legal, ethical, economic, tax, labor, gender aspects will be presented in the White Paper for the Regulation of Interactive Robotics.
INBOTS members from all over Europe got together for the third and last annual meeting which took place at The Institute of Philosophy in Madrid on a two-day event that was arranged with the purpose of defining the project’s future path. The team successfully discussed the previous performance of each one of the knowledge fields and established a series of strategies that will be carried out throughout 2020.
On november the 9th, in the context of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP25), INBOTS participated in a Conference of the Project CertificaRSE where experts in taxative systems and representatives from several institutions discussed about the different lines of action
Prof. María Amparo Grau Ruiz, the principal investigator at INBOTS from the University Complutense, in collaboration with Eduard Foch-Villaronga, Postdoctoral Researcher at the eLaw Center for Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden University, and Laura Aymerich-Franch, researcher at Pompeu Fabra University, have
INBOTS project participated at the Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition -, the three-day European event dedicated to technological innovation that took place at the Rome Fair on 18-20 October. Over 600 projects were presented during the event: from
Yolanda Sánchez-Uran Azaña from our Working team on legal, social and economics perspective, spoke about The Impact of Robotics and Computerization on the Labour Market: Inclusive insight from a Law and Economics perspective.This papers , forthcoming in Law and Innovation
It was a great day yesterday at San Telmo Museum, in Bilbao, where in the context of Hello Robot Expo we had the presentation of the teaser of our second documentary on Inclusive Robotics leaded by the Institute of Philosophy