|11:00 – 14:00||Tuesday 18|
|Title||Inclusive Robotics for a better Society|
|Organizer||Juan C. Moreno (INBOTS Coordinator)|
11:00 INBOTS Conference Opening (Juan C. Moreno)
11:15 – Enrique Pelayo, Spanish NCP. CDTI
11:45 – Bruno Siciliano. Robotics Challenges in Europe (CANCELLED)
12:15 – Break
12:30 – Lucia Pallottino, University of Pisa
13:00 – INBOTS Documentary: live streaming.
|15:00 – 18:00||Tuesday 18|
|Title||Interactive Robotics – supporting tools for SMEs including standardization aspects|
|Organizer||Saskia Maresch (Work Package 4 leader), Roberto Conti (Work Package 1 leader)|
Phase I: Presentations (15:00 – 17:00)
Each presentation lasts no longer than 10 minutes and then there are 5 minutes for questions.
16:10 Coffee/tea break
16:30 Overview of the standardisation toolbox (DIN)
Phase II – Panel discussion (17:00 – 18:00)
• Barriers and challenges of SMEs and possible solutions
• Standardisation expert – Diego Torricelli (CSIC, EUROBENCH, ISO/TC 299)
|11:00 – 14:00||Wednesday 19|
|Title||Promoting Highly Accessible and Multidisciplinary Robotics Education Programs|
|Organizer||Monica Malvezzi and Dimitris Alimisis (Work Package 3 team)|
11:00 – Workshop introduction – Robotics education: INBOTS results and White Paper overview + some specific focus and highlights from INBOTS partners.
11:40 – Graphical Programming Environments for Educational Robots: Open Roberta – Yet Another One? – Thorsten Leimbach, Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems IAIS, Germany
12:30 – Industries on the future of educational robots – Emily Sisamos, ENGINO, Cyprus.
13:00 – Exploiting VR and AR technologies in education and training to Inclusive Robotics – Dr. Maria Pozzi, University of Siena
13:30 – Discussion
|15:00 – 18:00||Wednesday 19|
|Title||Policies to Promote Social Uptake of Interactive Robots|
|Organizer||Britt Ostlund (Work Package 6 leader)|
The INBOTS surveys show that there is an untapped potential for interactive robots to contribute to more sustainable and prosperous societies. Expectations of what interactive robots can contribute are high, but the development between sectors is uneven. Knowledge about the social uptake of robots among the general public is low and almost non-existent compared to the experience of using robots in industry, transportation and certain advanced parts of healthcare. The market is not enough here. Societal development needs policies and regulations. How can we promote this development? How to use policies? What good examples are there?
15:00 – Introduction by Britt Östlund who will chair the session
|11:00 – 14:00||Thursday 20|
|Title||Alternative Approaches to Liability in Robotics|
|Organizer||Francesca Episcopo, Andrea Bertolini, Erica Palmerini (Work Package 5 team)|
Within this session, invited speakers will be asked to discuss and debate on the findings of the WP5 on “Alternative Approaches to Liability in Robotics”, and in particular on the following issues:
– Whether regulation should follow a technology-neutral or technology-specific approach, and whether the liability regime should be based on the different level of risk attributed to the operation of the machine;
11.00 – 11.30 Introduction of the WP5 deliverable – Francesca Episcopo
11.30-14.00 Presentations from the panellists and discussion:
13.40-14.00 Conclusions – Francesca Episcopo
|15:00 – 18:00||Thursday 20|
|Title||Debate on legal, ethics & socio-economic aspects of interactive robotics|
|Organizer||Amparo Grau (Work Package 2 leader)|
15:00 – Welcome and introduction (Amparo Grau, UCM – NU)
15:05 – Regulatory approaches (Dan Linna, Northwestern University) and the involvement of civil society (Carlos Trias Pintó, EESC)
15:25 – Ethics and robots: privacy (Vincent Müller, U. Leeds) and environmental issues (Fiachra O’Brolchain, DCU)
15:45 – Economic and Labor market considerations around robots (Maarten Goos, U. Utrecht and José Ignacio López, UCM)
16:25 – Break
16:30 – Intellectual Property Law transformations connected to robotics (Luke McDonagh, CITY-LSE) and perspectives on innovation from the legal practice (Santiago Mediano, Madrid Bar Association)
17:15 – Round table on business approaches to sustainability in the robotics sector and their Corporate Social Responsibility reports moderated by Rita de la Feria (U. Leeds)
17:50 – The current dynamic regulatory framework after COVID-19 and research projects on ELSE issues (Eduard Fosch, U. Leiden)
17:55 – Conclusion (Amparo Grau)
Note: We invite the participants to share their views on this topic through the survey prepared for delivering the White Paper for the Regulation of Interactive Robotics in the European Union. Have your say here http://inbots.eu/inbots-experts-community/legal-ethics-socio-economics-aspects/else-robotics/
|Call for papers||
This session is organising a Call for papers in the field of legal, ethics & socio-economic aspects of interactive robotics.
Extended abstract (2 pages) contributions are welcome.
To submit the final version of your manuscript please log in at Easy Chair platform: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=2021inbotsconference.