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Ein Fallbeispiel Integrierter Forschung: Das Projekt poliTE – Soziale Angemessenheit für Assistenzsysteme

  • Jacqueline BellonEmail author
  • Bruno Gransche
  • Sebastian Nähr-Wagener
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Lernfähige persönliche Assistenten und (soziale) Roboter finden in immer mehr Lebensbereichen, auch jenseits etwa der Pflege und industriellen Fertigung, Anwendung und interagieren auf unterschiedliche Weise mit Menschen. In dieser Interaktion folgen diese technischen Objekte in der Regel ihren eigenen Prozesslogiken, denen Menschen sich, auch teilweise im Sinne des Perfektionsparadoxons (vgl. Lindemann in diesem Band), anpassen. Eine Idee im Designprozess von Technikentwicklung wäre, menschliche Kulturtechniken zur Bewältigung von sozial geteilten Handlungszusammenhängen – wie zum Beispiel Normen und Konventionen angemessenen Verhaltens – zu berücksichtigen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jacqueline Bellon
    • 1
    Email author
  • Bruno Gransche
    • 2
  • Sebastian Nähr-Wagener
    • 1
  1. 1.Forschungskolleg FoKoSUniversität SiegenSiegenDeutschland
  2. 2.Philosophie & Foresight, Forschungskolleg FoKoSUniversität SiegenSiegenDeutschland

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