"Nudges" as exhibited by robotic, intelligent or autonomous systems are defined as overt or hidden suggestions or manipulations designed to influence the behavior or emotions of a user. This standard establishes a delineation of typical nudges (currently in use or that could be created). It contains concepts, functions and benefits necessary to establish and ensure ethically driven methodologies for the design of the robotic, intelligent and autonomous systems that incorporate them.
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- IEEE Robotics and Automation Society
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Ethical Nudging - Ethically Driven Nudging for Robotic, Intelligent and Autonomous Systems
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- Christy Bahn
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- Sean Dougherty
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