The grand challenges of science robotics

Guang Zhong Yang, Jim Bellingham, Pierre E. Dupont, Peer Fischer, Luciano Floridi, Robert Full, Neil Jacobstein, Vijay Kumar, Marcia McNutt, Robert Merrifield, Bradley J. Nelson, Brian Scassellati, Mariarosaria Taddeo, Russell H Taylor, Manuela Veloso, Zhong Lin Wang, Robert Wood

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One of the ambitions of Science Robotics is to deeply root robotics research in science while developing novel robotic platforms that will enable new scientific discoveries. Of our 10 grand challenges, the first 7 represent underpinning technologies that have a wider impact on all application areas of robotics. For the next two challenges, we have included social robotics and medical robotics as application-specific areas of development to highlight the substantial societal and health impacts that they will bring. Finally, the last challenge is related to responsible innovation and how ethics and security should be carefully considered as we develop the technology further.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article numbereaar7650
JournalScience Robotics
Volume3
Issue number14
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 31 2018

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Yang, G. Z., Bellingham, J., Dupont, P. E., Fischer, P., Floridi, L., Full, R., ... Wood, R. (2018). The grand challenges of science robotics. Science Robotics, 3(14), [eaar7650]. https://doi.org/10.1126/scirobotics.aar7650

The grand challenges of science robotics. / Yang, Guang Zhong; Bellingham, Jim; Dupont, Pierre E.; Fischer, Peer; Floridi, Luciano; Full, Robert; Jacobstein, Neil; Kumar, Vijay; McNutt, Marcia; Merrifield, Robert; Nelson, Bradley J.; Scassellati, Brian; Taddeo, Mariarosaria; Taylor, Russell H; Veloso, Manuela; Wang, Zhong Lin; Wood, Robert.

In: Science Robotics, Vol. 3, No. 14, eaar7650, 31.01.2018.

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Yang, GZ, Bellingham, J, Dupont, PE, Fischer, P, Floridi, L, Full, R, Jacobstein, N, Kumar, V, McNutt, M, Merrifield, R, Nelson, BJ, Scassellati, B, Taddeo, M, Taylor, RH, Veloso, M, Wang, ZL & Wood, R 2018, 'The grand challenges of science robotics', Science Robotics, vol. 3, no. 14, eaar7650. https://doi.org/10.1126/scirobotics.aar7650
Yang GZ, Bellingham J, Dupont PE, Fischer P, Floridi L, Full R et al. The grand challenges of science robotics. Science Robotics. 2018 Jan 31;3(14). eaar7650. https://doi.org/10.1126/scirobotics.aar7650
Yang, Guang Zhong ; Bellingham, Jim ; Dupont, Pierre E. ; Fischer, Peer ; Floridi, Luciano ; Full, Robert ; Jacobstein, Neil ; Kumar, Vijay ; McNutt, Marcia ; Merrifield, Robert ; Nelson, Bradley J. ; Scassellati, Brian ; Taddeo, Mariarosaria ; Taylor, Russell H ; Veloso, Manuela ; Wang, Zhong Lin ; Wood, Robert. / The grand challenges of science robotics. In: Science Robotics. 2018 ; Vol. 3, No. 14.
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