Selected news and articles:

30 November 2023
TU Munich, IEAI
Reflections on AI: Q&A with Prof. Patrick Lin

25 November 2023
Navigating the Ethical Landscape of Data-Driven Policing: A New Framework Emerges

22 November 2023
Wired (Czech Republic)
Patrick Lin: Robots Will Probably Get Their Rights

Fall 2023
Cal Poly Magazine
Predicting Crime

28 August 2023
Northwestern University
Ethical Framework Aims to Reduce Bias in Data-Driven Policing

21 August 2023
The Spoon
I Attended a Workshop on the Impact of AI on The Food World. Here’s What We Discussed

18 August 2023
Cyberattack Shutters Major NSF-Funded Telescopes for More Than 2 Weeks

3 July 2023
The Spoon
Researchers at Cal Poly Are Studying The Social Impact of AI & Robotics on the World of Food

30 June 2023
War on the Rocks
Rise of the Machines or Just a Routine Test?

22 May 2023
Drone Wars
Report: "Cyborg Dawn? Human-Machine Fusion and the Future of Warfighting"

17 May 2023
Popular Science
Trump Shares AI-Altered Fake Clip of Anderson Cooper

5 May 2023
Prindle Post
The Garden of Simulated Delights

24 April 2023
Inside Edition
NYPD Announces the Addition of Security Robots and Robo-Dogs to Its Force, Testing the Ethics of Policing
How Fearful Should We Be of Robot Police? (video)

9 April 2023
Brain in a Vat (podcast)
Dystopian Technology

30-31 March 2023
Hoover Institution
Outer Space Cybersecurity: Novel Scenarios
An expert workshop at Stanford

6 March 2023
Daily Nous
COPE: AI Tools Aren’t Authors. Philosophers: Not So Fast

2 February 2023
SLO New Times
Artificial Intelligence: The Way Students Complete Assignments Could Change With New Software That Can Do Their Work For Them

30 January 2023
AI-Assisted Authorship: How to Assign Credit in Synthetic Scholarship
Our special report on AI writers

19 December 2022
Cal Poly
Ethics Professor Patrick Lin Joins U.S. Space Council Advisory Group

16 December 2022
White House Revamps Membership of National Space Council Advisory Group

16 December 2022
The White House
Vice President Harris Announces Selections to the National Space Council’s Users Advisory Group

12 December 2022
Real-World RoboCop: The Ethics of Using Robots to Apply Lethal Force

8 December 2022
Prindle Post
Driving with the Machine: Self-Driving Cars, Responsibility, and Moral Luck

4 October 2022
Le Devoir (Canada)
Montreal Declaration on Animal Exploitation

3 October 2022
Cal Poly Gets Funds to Study Ethics of Robotic Cooking

3 October 2022
Cal Poly
Cal Poly Wins $700,000 Federal Grant to Study the Social Impacts of AI Kitchens and Robot Cooks

12 September 2022
Cal Poly
Cal Poly Wins First-Ever Grant on Space Cybersecurity from US National Science Foundation

8 September 2022
The Prindle Post
Were Parts of Your Mind Made in a Factory?

15 July 2022
Northwestern University
CASMI Hosts Workshop on Data-Driven Policing

7 July 2022
United Nations, Office of Disarmament Affairs
Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Education: 10th Biennial Report of the Secretary General

1 July 2022
AI Made These Stunning Images. Here's Why Experts Are Worried

22 June 2022
The Prindle Post
The Curious Case of LaMDA, the AI that Claimed to Be Sentient

11 May 2022
The Prindle Post
Cryonics: The Trap Objection

28 April 2022
The Prindle Post
No Fun and Games

4 April 2022
MIT Press
A Reading List for National Robotics Week

24 March 2022
Public Ethics
The Ethics of Deepfake Pornography

19 March 2022
Which Car? (Australia)
The Autonomy Dilemma: Are We Ready for Self-Driving?

2 March 2022
Independent Online (South Africa)
Russia-Ukraine War Faces Devastating Digital Attacks by “Forces” Armed with Viruses and Other Tech Weapons

Fall 2021
Impact Magazine (Cal Poly CLA)
Early Detection System for Technology Ethics

Fall 2021
Cal Poly Magazine
Sleepwalking Into Our Future

22 September 2021
Psychology Today
Stanford Releases Report on the Current State of AI

5 July 2021
AI Legislation Must Address Bias in Algorithmic Decision-Making Systems

31 May 2021
MedCity News
FDA Faces Big Questions As It Takes a Closer Look at AI Regulations

22 May 2021
Immersion Tracks Oxytocin Levels to Improve Entertainment. Critics Fear It's Going Too Far.

23 April 2021
Cars of the Future
Ethics in Self-Driving: The Trolley Problem Strikes Back

29 March 2021
Tech The Lead
NYPD Latest Digidogs Robot Program Raises Serious Concerns

18 March 2021
A New York Lawmaker Wants to Ban Police Use of Armed Robots
Also requoted here and here.

8 February 2021
The Myth and Reality of the Super Soldier

6 November 2020
Univ. of Colorado, CS
The Future of War ("Philosophy in the City' series)

30 September 2020
Cal Poly
New report: "Artificial Intelligence Ethics and Predictive Policing: A Roadmap for Research"

21 September 2020
Congressional Research Service
Cybercrime and the Law: Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) and the 116th Congress

20 September 2020
When AI in Healthcare Goes Wrong, Who Is Responsible?

27 August 2020
Breaking Defense
DoD Needs New Policies, Ethics For Brain-Computer Links (Jacked-In Troops?)

8 June 2020
Gods and Robots

2 June 2020
The Philosopher's Magazine
Winning the Battle, Losing the War (predictive policing)

18 May 2020
The Coming Nuclear Menace: Hypersonic Missiles

April 2020
The Cyber Society (podcast)
Advanced Technology And Its Integration With Our Way Of Life #1 – with Stephen Wu And Keith Abney

24 April 2020
Technically Human
The Good Place: Talking Ethical Tech and Philosophies of "the Good" with Dr. Ryan Jenkins

3 April 2020
Center for a New American Security
Dr. Patrick Lin Joins the CNAS Task Force on Artificial Intelligence and National Security

31 March 2020
Christian Science Monitor
Hypersonic Missiles May Be Unstoppable. Is Society Ready?

February 2020
La Recherche (France)
Autonomous Car Defeats Utilitarianism

22 January 2020
Cal Poly News
Cal Poly Philosophy Professor Awarded Grant to Study Predictive Policing

13 November 2019
Carnegie Council
AI in the Arctic: Future Opportunities & Ethical Concerns

28 October 2019
Christian Science Monitor
As AI Joins Battlefield, Pentagon Seeks Ethicist

14 October 2019
Wall Street Journal
The Worlds That AI Might Create

9 September 2019
Technology Ethics in Central Europe: A New Hope in Prague

4 September 2019
Defense Systems
The Pentagon Is Looking for an AI Ethicist

25 July 2019
KCBX Radio
Artificial Intelligence: Will It Save Us, or Destroy Us?

15 July 2019
'Sony Research Award Program' Continues for Fourth Year

8 July 2019
Cryonics: Medicine, Or The Modern Mummy?

July 2019
The Monthly (Australia)
Mining the Moon

27 June 2019
Interesting Engineering
Are We Programming Killer Cars? The Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles

27 June 2019
Czech Academy of Sciences
Experts Advise on the Ethics of Self-Driving Cars

Summer 2019
Ethics & International Affairs
Arctic 2.0: How Artificial Intelligence Can Help Develop a Frontier

June 2019
Special Journal Issue: Human Colonization of Other Worlds
(Announcement here)

24 April 2019
Radio Canada/CBC
Self-Driving Cars: Who to Save, Who to Sacrifice?

5 April 2019
MIT Technology Review
Hey Google, Sorry You Lost Your Ethics Council, So We Made One for You

20 March 2019
Automotive IQ
The Only Way is Ethics for Self-Driving Cars

25 February 2019
Qubit (Hungary)
Interview with Patrick Lin on Autonomous Cars

20 February 2019
European Science-Media Hub
Autonomous Cars: Will Roads Be Safer If Algorithms Replace Human Drivers?

20 February 2019
European Science-Media Hub
Interview with Patrick Lin about Autonomous Cars

5 February 2019
The Strategy Bridge
Biotechnology and Human Augmentation: Issues for National Security Practitioners

26 January 2019
Station HYPO
Ethical and Moral Issues within Cyber Warfare

7 January 2019
Motor Trend
What Autonomous Cars Can Teach Us About Driving

3 January 2019
This Is Not A Pipe Podcast
Robot Ethics 2.0: Interview with Ryan Jenkins and Keith Abney

1 January 2019
MIT Media Lab, City Science
A Future-Forward Proposal for a System of Streets and Autonomous Vehicles

13 December 2018
It's Time to Plan for How Quantum Computing Could Go Wrong

3 December 2018
Harvard Kennedy School
The Moral Gray Space of AI Decisions

14 November 2018
Karel Čapek Center for Values in Science and Technology
An Interview with Prof. Patrick Lin

8 November 2018
Should A Self-Driving Car Kill Its Passengers?

29 October 2018
Does AI Ethics Need to be More Inclusive?

28 October 2018
Les Echos (France)
Autonomous Cars: Moral Choices Vary by Country

24 October 2018
Scientific American
Survey Polls the World: Should a Self-Driving Car Save Passengers, or Kids in the Road?

24 October 2018
Army Magazine
Engineering Super-Soldiers: Boost in Lethality May Come from Within

24 October 2018
The Verge
Global Preferences for Who to Save in Self-Driving Car Crashes Revealed

24 October 2018
PBS News Hour
In a Crash, Should Self-Driving Cars Save Passengers or Pedestrians? 2 Million People Weigh In

19 October 2018
World Economic Forum
What Pandora's Box tells us about AI

17 October 2018
We Need to Work Harder to Make Software Engineering More Ethical

15 October 2018
Would 'Deviant' Sex Robots Violate Asimov's Law of Robotics?

15 October 2018
Project Syndicate
An AI Wake-Up Call From Ancient Greece

8 October 2018
Would a BDSM Sex Robot Violate Asimov's First Law of Robotics?

31 August 2018
International Journal of Law and Information Technology
Robot Ethics 2.0: Book Review

2 July 2018
United Nations, Office of Disarmament Affairs
Eighth Biennial Report of the Secretary-General on Disarmament and Non-proliferation Education

July 2018
National Academy of Engineering
Autonomy on Land and Sea and in the Air and Space

14 June 2018
New Yorker
Elon Musk and the Failure of Our Imagination in Space

12 June 2018
Washington Post
When It Comes to AI and Weapons, the Tech World Needs Philosophers

21 May 2018
Harvard Business Review
Active Defense and "Hacking Back": A Primer

16 May 2018
We Need Chief Ethics Officers More Than Ever

May 2018
Forward Motion: Q&A with Prof. Patrick Lin

21 April 2018
Huffington Post (France)
Westworld, season 2: How Far Can You Go With a Sex Robot Without Becoming Inhumane?

9 April 2018
Al Jazeera
Should We Be Worried About 'Killer Robots'?

April 2018
Smithsonian Magazine
What Will Our Society Look Like When Artificial Intelligence Is Everywhere?

3 April 2018
Spektrum der Wissenschaft (Germany)
Sex at the Push of a Button

30 March 2018
Agence France Presse
Facebook 'Ugly Truth' Memo Triggers New Firestorm Over Ethics

23 March 2018
What the Fatal Uber Crash Doesn’t Tell Us About Self-Driving Cars

23 March 2018
San Diego Union-Tribune
Ethical Concerns Part of Driverless Car Issues

22 March 2018
IEEE Spectrum
Who's at Fault in Uber's Fatal Collision?

11 February 2018
Philosophers Are Building Ethical Algorithms to Help Control Self-Driving Cars

31 January 2018
Making New Worlds
What If I Get Sick (in a Space Settlement)?

22 January 2018
Someday You Could Get Sued for Sexually Harassing Your Robot Employees

10 January 2018
Future of Life
AI Should Provide a Shared Benefit for as Many People as Possible

9 January 2018
McClatchy DC Bureau
Want Guns? Drugs? Self-Driving Cars May Become the Perfect Delivery Vehicle

27 December 2017
Future of Life
Research for Beneficial Artificial Intelligence

30 November 2017
Future of Life
When Should Machines Make Decisions?

21 November 2017
Detroit Free Press
Morality, Ethics of a Self-Driving Car: Who Decides Who Lives, Dies?

16 November 2017
The Daily Tar Heel
Driverless Cars Make Driving Easier and Ethical Decision-Making Harder

10 November 2017
Artificial Intelligence Focus of Forum For EconAlliance

8 November 2017
New Scientist
Letting Robots Kill Without Human Supervision Could Save Lives

31 October 2017
The Indypendent
When Vehicles are Automated, What Happens to their Drivers?

25 October 2017
Powerful Lobby Group Wants to Keep AI Unregulated

4 October 2017
Why We'll Eventually Want Our Robots to Deceive Us

4 October 2017
Project Ploughshares
Autonomous Kalashnikovs?

21 September 2017
Future of Life
Artificial Intelligence: The Challenge to Keep It Safe

September 2017
Robot Ethics 2.0: From Autonomous Cars to Artificial Intelligence
From Oxford University Press

August 2017
WhiteFox Defense Technologies
UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems) Traffic Management: Recommendations for Seamless Integration

4 August 2017
Huffington Post
Can AI Remain Safe As Companies Race To Develop It?

4 August 2017
What Are The Ethical Implications Of Having Sex With Robots?

2 August 2017
The Independent (UK)
A Third Thumb? Our Changing Attitudes to Human Enhancement

28 July 2017
The Ringer
The Future of Police Robots Began Last Year—Where Is It Now?

26 July 2017
Communications of the ACM
On the Ethics of Cyberwar

25 July 2017
Future of Life
Safe Artificial Intelligence May Start with Collaboration

22 July 2017
PC Magazine
Are Autonomous Vehicle Tests a Public Hazard?

17 July 2017
World Economic Forum
Why Cyberattacks Could Be War Crimes

17 July 2017
How Worried Should You Be About the AK-47 Company’s New Killer Robots?

14 July 2017
The Atlantic
When Companies Get Hacked, Should They Be Allowed to Hack Back?

14 July 2017
The Week
Morality in the Age of Sex Robots

13 July 2017
Are Sex Robots Good For Society?

12 July 2017
Autonomous Navigation: How To Drive Neighborhoods Crazy

12 July 2017
Augmented Reality: It's Fun And Games Until You Make Your Neighborhood Mad

5 July 2017
The Robot Sex Doll Revolution May Have Some Big Downsides, Experts Warn

5 July 2017
Digital Trends
New Report Explores the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly About Sex Robots

5 July 2017
The Guardian (UK)
Sex Robots Promise 'Revolutionary' Service But Also Risks, Says Study

5 July 2017
The Telegraph (UK)
Sex Robots On Way for Elderly and Lonely...But Pleasure-Bots Have a Dark Side, Warn Experts

5 July 2017
Wired (Germany)
How Sex Robots Seduce Us

5 July 2017
De Morgen (Germany)
Beware of Sex Robots

5 July 2017
Business Insider
A New Report Showed All The Different Ways That Sex Robots Could Be Used In Society

5 July 2017
The Telegraph (UK)
Sex Robots On Way for Elderly and Lonely...But Pleasure-Bots Have a Dark Side, Warn Experts

5 July 2017
Study Says a Revolution in the Sex Robot Industry Is On The Way, Warns of Potential Dangers

5 July 2017
Futurezone (Austria)
Sex Robots Can Help, But Also Contain Risks

5 July 2017
Kronen Zeitung (Austria)
Rise of the Sex Robots: Revolution or Danger?

5 July 2017
El Espectador (Columbia)
Sex Robots for the Near Future

5 July 2017
La Vanguardia (Spain)
Using Sex Robots Has Risks, Study Shows

5 July 2017
Uno (Argentina)
They Warned of the Risks of Lying Down with the "Revolutionary" Sex Robots

5 July 2017
La Repubblica (Italy)
The Invasion of "Sex Robots" Is Close, but We Are Not Yet Ready

5 July 2017
Lad Bible
Sex Robots Present Moral And Ethical Issues, Says New Report

14 June 2017
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Private Sector Cyber Defense: Can Active Measures Help Stabilize Cyberspace?

2 June 2017
If Hacking Back Becomes Law, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

31 May 2017
Is It Ethical for These Researchers to Pay Hackers for Access to Malware Before It’s Unleashed?

7 May 2017
German Press Agency (DPA)
When Driving Computers Decide About Life and Death

3 May 2017
American National Standards Institute
Could Driverless Cars Harm People That Human Drivers Would Not?

26 April 2017
Designing a Moral Machine

13 April 2017
Future of Life
Interview on Asilomar AI Meetings and Principles

5 April 2017
Here's How Tesla Solves A Self-Driving Crash Dilemma

3 April 2017
Robot Cars and Fake Ethical Dilemmas

31 March 2017
Future of Life
Law and Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

23 March 2017
Huffington Post
Can We Properly Prepare for the Risks of Superintelligent AI?

21 March 2017
The Latest Futuristic Sex Doll Is Teaching Men All the Wrong Things About Consent

2 February 2017
These 23 Principles Could Help Us Avoid an AI Apocalypse

1 February 2017
Alexa Is America's Favorite Teddy Bear for Adults

26 January 2017
CNN Tech
Killing the Immortal: Why Scientists Are Debating the Life Span of Robots

4 January 2017
New Scientist
Give Your Car a Conscience: Why Driverless Cars Need Morals

3 January 2017
4 Reasons Why Driverless Cars Aren’t Everywhere Yet

29 December 2016
Business Insider
Self-Driving Cars Are Already Deciding Who to Kill

27 December 2016
If a Self-Driving Car Kills a Pedestrian, Who Is at Fault?

23 December 2016
The City of the Future According to Elon Musk

18 December 2016
What Our Violent Obsession With Sex Robots Reveals About Us

29 November 2016
Microsoft’s HoloLens Headset Will Allow Real Tank Operators to See the Battlefield Outside

16 November 2016
Let's Teach Smart Machines to Do the Right Thing

16 November 2016
Can You Crash An Autonomous Car Ethically?

1 November 2016
Agence France-Presse
Hitting Back at Hackers: Debate Swirls on How Far to Go

24 October 2016
RAND Corporation
Report: The Moral Component of Cross-Domain Conflict

23 October 2016
Big Questions Online
Can Machines Become Moral?

18 October 2016
Should a Driverless Car Kill the Kid or the Retiree?

4 October 2016
Fast Company
Robots Are Developing Feelings. Will They Ever Become "People"?

3 October 2016
Robot Rape in ‘Westworld’ Unsettlingly Mirrors Society

3 October 2016
KQED Radio (NPR)
How Safe Is Safe Enough for a Self-Driving Car?

3 October 2016
Hugh Herr Wants to Build a More Perfect Human

Fall 2016
Cal Poly Magazine
Before We Go Any Further...

30 September 2016
Financial Times
Elon Musk, Billionaire Tech Idealist and Space Entrepreneur

30 September 2016
Fast Company
The Creators Of HBO's Westworld Talk AI, Sentience, And Our Surveillance State

26 September 2016
World Economic Forum
Is It Wrong for Victims of Cyber-Crime to Hack Back?

26 September 2016
Council on Foreign Relations
Hacking Back Is Ethical in the Cyber Frontier

26 September 2016
Lessons From Zombie Warfare Can Help Us Beat Hackers At Their Own Game

26 September 2016
Forget About Law and Ethics — Is Hacking Back Even Effective?

26 September 2016
Ethics of Hacking Back: 6 Arguments from Armed Conflict to Zombies
Our new policy paper on cybersecurity

26 September 2016
Silicon Angle
Anarchy on the Internet: Can AI Be Judge and Jury for Online Content?

23 September 2016
World Politics Review
How Far Can the U.S. Military Go to Building a Technology-Enhanced "Super Soldier"?

12 September 2016
New America Foundation
Autonomous Vehicles, Ethics & Law: Toward an Overlapping Consensus

2 September 2016
MIT Technology Review
Top Safety Official Doesn’t Trust Automakers to Teach Ethics to Self-Driving Cars

26 July 2016
Inside Unmanned Systems
Future Safety of Autonomous Vehicles Highlighted at Conference

21 July 2016
Government Technology
Tesla CEO Sets Sights on Self-Driving Public Transit

19 July 2016
The Ethics Centre (Australia)
There's No Perfect Ethics Setting for Self-Driving Cars

13 July 2016
The Ethics of Using 'Bomb Robots' as Killing Machines

11 July 2016
After Bomb Robot in Dallas, Expert Wants Taser-Wielding Robot in Every Police Car

11 July 2016
IEEE Spectrum
Should the Police Have Robot Suicide-Bombers?

11 July 2016
IEEE Spectrum
Tesla Autopilot Crash: Why We Should Worry About a Single Death

9 July 2016
War Is Boring
Cops’ Robo-Bomb Is the Moment When a Defensive Technology Becomes a Weapon

8 July 2016
When Can Police Use a ‘Bomb Robot’ to Kill a Suspect?

8 July 2016
The Daily Beast
Cops Kill With a Robot for the 1st Time

4 July 2016
DZone / IoT Zone
Thought Experiment: The Ethics of Self-Driving Cars

1 July 2016
US National Science Foundation
Researcher Ethicist Q&A: 5 Considerations for a Transforming Society

1 July 2016
Atlantico (France)
Tesla Motors Questioned After a Fatal Accident with a Self-Driving Car

1 July 2016
Is Tesla Responsible for the Deadly Crash on Auto-Pilot? Maybe.

30 June 2016
NHTSA Is Looking Into Fatal Crash Of Tesla Model S In Autopilot Mode

25 June 2016
The Economist
Ethics and AI: Frankenstein's Paperclips

23 June 2016
Your Self-Driving Car Will Be Programmed to Kill You—Deal With It

23 June 2016
Why Self-Driving Cars Will Favor The Lives Of Passengers Over Pedestrians

23 June 2016
Kill the Pedestrian or the Passenger? The Complicated Ethics of Self-Driving Cars

13 June 2016
ABA Journal (American Bar Association)
If a Self-Driving Car Equipped with an AI-Driven Conscience Gets in an Accident, Who's Liable?

9 June 2016
Self-Driving Cars Will Teach Themselves to Save Lives — But Also Take Them

8 June 2016
Modern Variations on the 'Trolley Problem' Meme

30 May 2016
WOSU radio (Ohio State University)
Training Driverless Cars To Be Ethical

28 May 2016
PBS NewsHour
How Will Driverless Cars Make Life-or-Death Decisions?

19 May 2016
American Philosophical Association
Technological vs. Social Progress: Why the Disconnect?

1 May 2016
National Catholic Register
Genetic Engineering and Building a Better Soldier: Captain America vs. Ironman

25 April 2016
No, Self-Driving Cars Won't Kill the Insurance Industry

13 April 2016
Center for Values and Social Policy (Univ. of Colorado, Boulder)
Killer Robots, Driverless Cars, and the Ethics of Letting Algorithms Make Morally Significant Decisions

3 April 2016
Can We Trust Robots to Make Moral Decisions?

April 2016
Costco Connection
Are We Ready for Self-Driving Cars?

26 March 2016
Der Standard (Austria)
Robo-Boss: Robots Commanding People Soon?

24 March 2016
Popular Science
The Tricky Ethics of Living Longer

February 2016
SXSW Magazine
For Driverless Cars, Solving for "X" Means Explaining "Why?"

27 February 2016
Mustang News (Cal Poly)
Cal Poly Professors Lay the Groundwork for Emerging Technology and Sciences

1 February 2016
Relationships With Robots: Good or Bad for Humans?

4 January 2016
Killer Robots: New Reasons to Worry About Ethics

21 December 2015
Slaw (Canada)
Can a Self-Driving Car Really React in an Accident?

17 December 2015
Fast Company
In An Accident, Who Will A Driverless Car Be Programmed To Kill?

15 December 2015
MIT Technology Review
What Will It Take to Build a Virtuous AI?

14 December 2015
Illustrating The Ethical Dilemma of Self-Driving Cars

8 December 2015
TED-Ed (animated shorts)
The Ethical Dilemma of Self-Driving Cars

18 November 2015
Automotive IT News
Self-Driving Cars: Don’t Forget the Human Factors

17 November 2015
Neue Zürcher Zeitung (Switzerland)
Artificial Intelligence: Uncertain Train-Switch Operators

17 November 2015
Geek (Mexico)
Robot Cars in a Moral Crossroad

15 November 2015
Andreesen Horowitz (a16z) podcast
Artificial Intelligence and the ‘Space of Possible Minds’

11 November 2015
National Public Radio (NPR)
Google's Traffic Stop: A Crash Course in Self Driving Concerns

7 November 2015
National Public Radio (NPR)
The Ethics Behind Driverless Cars

2 November 2015
Washington Post
We’re Building Superhuman Robots. Will They Be Heroes, or Villains?

28 October 2015
Washington Post
What If Your Self-Driving Car Decides One Death Is Better Than Two — And That One Is You?

27 October 2015
TV2 (Denmark)
Dilemma: Who Should a Driverless Car Select to Kill?

23 October 2015
Frankfurter Allgemeine (Germany)
Terrible Perfect Warrior

21 October 2015
America's Drone Strike Program Needs a Low-Tech Fix

11 October 2015
Stanford Professor Advises Autonomous Cars (And Their Designers) To Think More

9 October 2015
The Atlantic
Would You Pull the Trolley Switch? Does it Matter?

7 October 2015
Bloomberg Business
A Stanford Professor's Quest to Fix Driverless Cars' Major Flaw

7 October 2015
The Biggest Challenge for Driverless Cars: Getting Rid of the Drivers

8 September 2015
Audi Urban Future Initiative
Autonomous Driving Raises Ethical Issues

Fall 2015
Cal Poly Magazine
Cal Poly Faculty Advise the United Nations

August 2015
Communications of the ACM
The Moral Challenges of Driverless Cars

28 August 2015
Telepolis (Germany)
Asimov's Rules for the Asphalt Jungle

19 August 2015
Defense One
Predator Maker Is Flying Spy Missions For the Pentagon

19 August 2015
San Francisco Chronicle
‘Machines of Loving Grace,’ by John Markoff

4 August 2015
Stanford Expert Says AI Probably Won't Kill Us All

3 August 2015
MIT Technology Review
Military Robots: Armed, but How Dangerous?

31 July 2015
The Guardian (UK)
A Ban on Autonomous Weapons is Easier Said Than Done

29 July 2015
Why the Argument Against a Ban on Autonomous Killer Robots Falls Flat

29 July 2015
MIT Technology Review
How to Help Self-Driving Cars Make Ethical Decisions

28 July 2015
The Christian Science Monitor
Robots in War: Ethical Concern, or a Help for Social Ills?

22 July 2015
Defense One
In The War of 2050, The Robots Call The Shots

19 July 2015
Why Can't Google Cars Avoid Rear-End Accidents?

14 July 2015
New York Times
Our Drone War Burnout

13 July 2015
Defense One
What the Fighter of the Future Will Look Like

Summer 2015
The Wilson Quarterly
Future Wars: Reshaping the Ethics and Norms of War

24 June 2015
Should a Driverless Car Decide Who Lives or Dies?

22 June 2015
The Hurdles Facing Autonomous Vehicles

18 June 2015
International Business Times (UK)
You or the Pedestrian: Ethics of Autonomous Cars Making Emergency Decisions to Save Lives

17 June 2015
New America Foundation
Cybersecurity Fellows Announced

6 June 2015
PC World
Google Reveals Its Self-Driving Car Accident Record

26 May 2015
Meanwhile in the Future: What If We Banned All Weapons?

11 May 2015
Wall Street Journal
Should Washington Allow Companies to Strike Back Against Hackers?

24 April 2015
The Conversation
Battle Lines Drawn Around the Legality of ‘Killer Robots’

23 April 2015
San Francisco Chronicle
Rise of Robotic Killing Machines Has a Cautious World Talking

20 April 2015
The Atlantic
Do Killer Robots Violate Human Rights?

20 April 2015
Army Magazine
Supersoldiers: Can Science and Technology Deliver Better Performance?

16 April 2015
Testimony at Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW) at UN Geneva on lethal autononomus weapons systems (LAWS)
The Right to Life and the Martens Clause

7 April 2015
Staying Healthy on the Red Planet

1 April 2015
Joint Force Quarterly
Will Humans Matter in the Wars of 2030?

27 March 2015
A.I. Pilots Are Not The Solution To Preventing Airline Disasters

24 March 2015
The Daily Dot
Tesla's Robot Cars Are Nice, But We Should Still Be Allowed to Drive

18 March 2015
Canadian Government Executive
Are We Ready For Robots?

13 March 2015
TechRadar Pro
Automated Cars and AI: Reasons Why the Tech Industry Must Consider Ethics

2 March 2015
IEEE Spectrum
Will You Need a New License to Operate a Self-Driving Car?

1 March 2015
Financial Times
Driverless Cars Must Learn to Take Ethical Route

26 February 2015
Cal Poly 2014 Annual Report
The Ethics of the Future

23 February 2015
IEEE Spectrum
How Much Training Do You Need to Be a Robocar Test Driver? It Depends On Whom You Work For

21 February 2015
The Times (UK)
Philosopher Helps Teach Morality to Driverless Cars

17 February 2015
Folha (Brazil)
Legal and Ethical Issues Intrigue Creators of Autonomous Cars

10 February 2015
The Daily Dot
Who Do You Blame When a Driverless Car Crashes?

Jan-Feb 2015
Military Review (US Army)
Ethics and the Enhanced Soldier of the Near Future

9 January 2015
New York Times
Death By Robot

Winter 2015
Canadian Military Journal
The Ethics and Operational Considerations of Personal Augmentation in Military Operations

16 December 2014
12 Reasons Robots Will Always Have An Advantage Over Humans

2 December 2014
The Globe and Mail (UK)
Even Stephen Hawking Fears the Rise of Machines

19 November 2014
Associated Press
Self-Driving Cars: Safer, But What Of Their Morals

10 November 2014
Defense One
The Cyborg Medicine of Tomorrow Is Inside the Veteran of Today

10 November 2014
Yahoo! Tech
Your Car May Be Programmed to Kill You — and 9 More Fun Facts About Self-Driving Vehicles

5 November 2014
Truck News
Navigating the Roadblocks (for Self-Driving Trucks)

20 October 2014
The Telegraph (UK)
The Real Cyborgs

14 October 2014
Les Echos (France)
What Legal Status for Robots?

11 October 2014
Mars Exploration Bioethics 101

6 October 2014
Introduction to Astronaut Bioethics

6 October 2014
New York Magazine
Drones and Everything After

22 September 2014
Discover (Romania)
Can We Trust Robots?

22 September 2014
Slate (France)
Intelligent Robots Will Not Save Us

16 September 2014
10 Horrifying Technologies That Should Never Be Allowed To Exist

13 September 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
When a Robot Takes the Wheel, Who's In Charge?

13 September 2014
Tech Cocktail
The Current State of CyberWar in the World

11 September 2014
Medium / War Is Boring
Why Terrorists Probably Won’t Hijack Google’s Driverless Cars

5 September 2014
Brookings Institution
Our Cyborg Future: Law and Policy Implications

27 August 2014
The Moral Dilemma Presented by Driverless Cars

26 August 2014
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Cyberwarfare Ethics, or How Facebook Could Accidentally Make Its Engineers Into Targets

26 August 2014
The Next Web
Machines Are Taking Control of the World, So Why Stop Them?

24 August 2014
The Conversation
Self-Driving Cars Need ‘Adjustable Ethics’ Set by Owners

22 August 2014
PC Magazine
Who Should Be the Self-Driving Car's Moral Compass?

18 August 2014
Here’s a Terrible Idea: Robot Cars With Adjustable Ethics Settings

18 August 2014
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Don't Fear the Robot Car Bomb

14 August 2014
Big Think
An Ethics Meter Next to the Odometer? Not a Good Idea For Robot Cars.

28 July 2014
What Google Cars Can Learn From Killer Robots

7 July 2014
The Driverless Car Tipping Point Is Coming Soon

1 July 2014
Wall Street Journal
Facebook Experiment Tests Ethics of Manipulating Emotion

July 2014
Evaluation Engineering
Beware Autonomous Machines Making Decisions

30 June 2014
Wall Street Journal
Facebook Furor Is Overblown, Says Cal Poly Ethicist

24 June 2014
Paris Tech Review
Can Military Robots Adopt Ethical Standards?

22 June 2014
TagesWoche (Switzerland)
Big Data on Wheels

11 June 2014
The Facebook War: Would Taking Down the Social Network Justify a Real-World Attack?

6 June 2014
How to Make Driverless Cars Behave

30 May 2014
National Post (Canada)
If The Only Way Out of Traffic Is a Robo-Car that May Murder Me, Fine

28 May 2014
The Guardian (UK)
Self-Driving Cars Face a Long and Winding Road to Success

21 May 2014
For Good or Bad, Intelligent, Swarming Nanobots Are the Next Frontier of Drones

20 May 2014
Popular Science
Robots Are Strong: The Sci-Fi Myth of Robotic Competence

14 May 2014
No, Driverless Cars Won’t “Choose” to Kill You

13 May 2014
Huffington Post (UK)
Should Robot Cars Be Programmed To Kill You If It Will Save More Lives?

13 May 2014
Die Zeit (German)
If Software Determines Life and Death

12 May 2014
Should Your Driverless Car Kill You to Save Two Other People?

12 May 2014
Applied Philosophy: Who Do We Program This Car To Hit?

12 May 2014
La Repubblica (Italy)
Auto-Drone and Accidents. Who Lives and Who Dies?

10 May 2014
Popular Science
The Mathematics of Murder: Should a Robot Sacrifice Your Life to Save Two?

6 May 2014
The Robot Car of Tomorrow Might Just Be Programmed to Hit You

29 April 2014
Newsweek Japan
Cover Story: Future and Humanoid Robots

2 April 2014
Mustang Daily (Cal Poly)
Cal Poly Group Questions Robot Ethics, Before It's Too Late

4 March 2014
Robotic Business Review
Global Hawk Drone Replaces U-2 Spy Plane: Here Comes Automated Warfare

27 February 2014
Foreign Policy
The Future of War: Enhancing Human Performance

18 February 2014
Wall Street Journal
Robots Are About to Have Their 'Watson' Moment

3 February 2014
Inside Google's Mysterious Ethics Board

29 January 2014
The American Interest
Self-Driving Cars: An Advertiser’s Dream

27 January 2014
More on DeepMind (and Google's Ethics Board)

22 January 2014
The Atlantic
What If Your Autonomous Car Keeps Routing You Past Krispy Kreme?

6 January 2014
The Atlantic
Just the Right Amount of Cyber Fear

December 2013
IEEE Robotics & Automation
What Is Robot Ethics?

19 December 2013
National Research Council
Emerging and Readily Available Technologies and National Security — A Framework for Addressing Ethical, Legal, and Societal Issues

17 December 2013
The Verge
Google's Robotics Program Has Legs, but Where Is It Going?

14 December 2013
Les Échos (France)
Google Car: The Problem is the Human!

11 December 2013
Microsoft France's Digital Perspectives
Technologies Don't Always Address the Causes of Problems

3 December 2013
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
I, For One, Welcome Our New Car-Driving Robot Overlords

21 November 2013
Popular Science
Why You Still Can't Sell Me A [Robot] Car

November 2013
Homeland Security Today
The Dark Web: The Place Where Digital Evil Lurks

2 November 2013
Washington Post
Automated Cars Rumble Toward the Starting Line

November 2013
Communications of the ACM
Legal Issues with Robots

21 October 2013
Bloomberg Businessweek (Poland)
Open-Source War

15 October 2013
Cal Poly Public Affairs
Cal Poly Philosophy Professor Receives NSF Grant for Cyberwarfare Project

14 October 2013
Making Sense Out of Autonomous Vehicle Claims

10 October 2013
Predicting the Ethical Dilemmas of Fully Autonomous Cars

8 October 2013
The Atlantic
The Ethics of Autonomous Cars

6 August 2013
Delivered by Drones

30 July 2013
The Ethics of Saving Lives With Autonomous Cars Are Far Murkier Than You Think

19 July 2013
Medium / War Is Boring
Someone Just Built a Robot Sentry Gun

16 July 2013
Wall Street Journal
Driverless Car Experts At Stanford Address Ethical Dilemmas

20 June 2013
The Robots of War

20 June 2013
Times Union (Albany, NY)
Tech Valley Terror Target

12 June 2013
Medium / War Is Boring
China's Coming Drone Swarm

31 May 2013
Los Angeles Times
Some Companies Looking at Retaliating Against Cyber Attackers

20 May 2013
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Militaries’ Growing Use of Ground Robots Raises Ethics Concerns

15 April 2013
The Atlantic
Pain Rays and Robot Swarms: The Radical New War Games the DOD Plays

27 March 2013
Deutsche Welle (Germany)
Game of Drones

19 March 2013
PC Tech Magazine
The Dark Side of Computers

14 March 2013
ACM's Interactions
Humanoid (Robot) Hacking

28 January 2013
Press Release
Special Lecture on Food Ethics and Technology on Feb 8
Prof. Paul B. Thompson reveals surprising conflicts in key approaches to food ethics

22 January 2013
io9: Futurism
It Could Be a War Crime to Use Biologically Enhanced Soldiers

5 January 2013
BBC World Service Radio
Weekend Report (starts at 12.30)

4 January 2013
The Atlantic
Could Human Enhancement Turn Soldiers Into Weapons That Violate International Law?

1 January 2013
Press Release
New Report on Military Human Enhancements Tackles Ethical Dilemmas
Questions loom for bioethics, laws of war, military operations, and broader society

31 December 2012
The Raw Story
Group Warns Military: Prepare Now for Risks of ‘Mutant Soldier’ Future

31 December 2012
Digital Journal
Prepare for Future of Troops with 'Mutant Powers' Pentagon Urged

31 December 2012
End The Lie
New Report Highlights Ethics and Policy Dangers of “Military Human Enhancements”

31 December 2012
The Blaze
Report: Soldiers with ‘Mutant Powers’ Coming...But Is Anyone Considering the Implications?

31 December 2012
Wired's Danger Room
Military Must Prep Now for ‘Mutant’ Future, Researchers Warn

26 December 2012
Wired's Danger Room
This Scientist Wants Tomorrow’s Troops to Be Mutant-Powered

13 December 2012
Robot Ethics: What's Morals Gotta Do With Machines

21 November 2012
io9: Social Science
How Modern Technologies Made the Fighting in Gaza Even Worse

13 November 2012
Robotics Business Review
The Cyborg Agenda: Extreme Users

31 October 2012
"Robot Ethics": Book Review

27 October 2012
National Public Radio (NPR)
When A Robot Comes Knocking On The Door

22 October 2012
The European (Germany)
Beautiful New Friends
(English translation here)

27 September 2012
Homeland Security Newswire
Technology Soon To Make Drones Deadlier, More Autonomous

23 September 2012
Global Post
Deadlier Drones Are Coming (Special Report: The Drone Age)

22 August 2012
io9: Futurism
Who Should Pay When Your Robot Breaks the Law?

9 August 2012
Stars and Stripes
Intelligent, Autonomous Robots Set to Change Combat Landscape

26 July 2012
Wall Street Journal (Japan)
Use of Unmanned Drones: Ask an Expert in Robot Ethics
(English translation here)

26 June 2012
Big Think
The Ethics of War Must Be Engaged, Not Changed

19 June 2012
CSO (Chief Security Officer)
Should Best Cybercrime Defense Include Some Offense?

7 June 2012
Talking Points Memo
UN Tries to Navigate Cold Hard Politics of New Cyber War

7 June 2012
The Jerusalem Post
Cyber Warfare

6 June 2012
Practical Ethics (Univ. of Oxford, UK)
Just War Theory and Cyber Warfare

6 June 2012
Are There Ever Any "Good Guys" in Cyberwar?

5 June 2012
The Atlantic
Is It Possible to Wage a Just Cyberwar?

4 June 2012
Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Book review of "Robot Ethics"

7 May 2012
CSO (Chief Security Officer)
Does "Stand Your Cyberground" Stand a Chance?

30 April 2012
The Atlantic
"Stand Your Cyberground" Law: A Novel Approach for Digital Security

20 Mar 2012
Harvard Political Review
America, Drones, and the Future of Combat

March 2012
Communications of the ACM (CACM)
War 2.0: Cyberweapons and Ethics

March 2012
Journal of Military Ethics
Book Review: What Is Nanotechnology and Why Does It Matter?

22 Feb 2012
Boston Globe
Introducing Robot Ethics

16 Feb 2012
The Atlantic
More Than Human? The Ethics of Biologically Enhancing Soldiers

16 Feb 2012
The Big Robot Questions

12 Feb 2012
College Hill Independent (Brown University)
Manning the Unmanned: Taking a Closer Look at Drone Warfare

31 Jan 2012
Reuters (blog)
More Drones, More Robots, More Wars

5 Jan 2012
Robotics: Morals and Machines (book review)

5 Jan 2012
SLO New Times
Speaking Hypothetically (on technology ethics)

15 Dec 2011
The Atlantic
Drone-Ethics Briefing: What a Leading Robot Expert Told the CIA

15 Aug 2011
Engineering & Technology
Drone Warfare and the Geneva Convention

12 May 2011
Mustang Daily (Cal Poly)
Lecturer on Ethics of Facebook

12 May 2011
SLO New Times
"Like" It or Not: The Ethics of Facebook

9 May 2011
Wired Magazine (blog)
Killer Drone and Texan Philosophers

6 Apr 2011
Press Release
Ethics of Facebook to be Explored at Cal Poly on May 13
Social network continues to gain power but also feed worries

4 Apr 2011
Press Release
Ethics Group Joins Military Technology Consortium
Policy issues arising from cyberweapons, robotics, neuroscience, and more

3 Mar 2011
Mustang Daily (Cal Poly)
Robots-and-Sex Lecture to Discuss Technology and Ethics

23 Feb 2011
SLO New Times
Do the Robot

7 Feb 2011
Press Release
Ethics Professor to Discuss Sex-Robots at Cal Poly on March 4
Are there limits in exploiting human psychology? Can we find love in machines?

12 Jan 2011
Press Release
US Naval Academy Professor to Discuss War Technologies and Ethics at Cal Poly
Do new technologies lower barriers to waging war? What is the “principle of last resort”?

January 2011
Popular Science
The Terminator Scenario: Are We Giving Our Military Machines Too Much Power? (cover story)

30 Dec 2010
The Next Web
Ethical Robotics and Why We Really Fear Bad Robots

17 Oct 2010
San Francisco Chronicle
Ability to 'See' Advances Artificial Intelligence

4 Oct 2010
National Public Radio (NPR): Talk of the Nation
Can Unmanned Robots Follow the Laws of War?

Summer 2010
Nanotechnology Law & Review
Book Review of What Is Nanotechnology and Why Does It Matter?

19 June 2010
The Times (UK)
Are Robot Cops a Potential Disaster?
Reality of Robocops (excerpt)

13 June 2010
The New Atlantis (blog)
Patrick Lin on the Military's Push for Human Enhancement

21 May 2010
The Times (UK)
Looming Era of Robot Conflicts Redefine Ethics, Rules and Art of War&

13 May 2010
Mustang Daily (Cal Poly)
Professor Raises Questions on Science Fiction Becoming Reality

27 April 2010
Press Release
Ethics Professor to Discuss Military Technologies at Harvard University
Talks this spring include US Naval Academy, Cal Poly Science Café, local TEDx, others

5 April 2010
Mustang Daily (Cal Poly)
Stanford Law Professor Speaks About Neuroscience

1 April 2010
Will the RoboCops Rise by 2015?

8 March 2010
Press Release
New Nanoethics Book Released by Wiley-Blackwell
Collaboration between two ethicists and nanoscientist reveals unique synergies and insights

25 February 2010
Press Release
Neuroscience and Ethics to be Explained by Stanford Professor on March 12
Issues include prediction, mind-reading, responsibility, consciousness, and more

23 February 2010
Times Live (South Africa)
Drones Hearld New Era in Warfare

17 February 2010
The Christian Science Monitor
New Role for Robot Warriors

8 February 2010
BBC News
Can Battlefield Robots Take the Place of Soldiers?

February 2010
Popular Mechanics
The 8 Evil Forms of AI That Gave Robots a Bad Name

February 2010
Popular Mechanics
The Uncertain Future for Social Robots

22 December 2009
Institute for Religion and Peace (Austria)
George Bekey on Ethics of Autonomous Robots

6 December 2009
Associated Press
Scientists, Lawyers Mull Effects of Home Robots

31 August 2009
Press Release
NSF-Funded Ethics Report on Human Enhancement Released Today
A format gives an easy-to-understand introduction and outline of key issues

3 August 2009
London Daily News
"Terminators" on the Battlefield Could Pose Threat to Human Beings

1 July 2009
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Therapy and Enhancement: Is There a Moral Difference?

22 June 2009
Forbes (special AI report)
The Ethical War Machine

18 June 2009
Epoch Times
Nanotechnology: Tiny Particles Raise Big Concerns

1 June 2009
The Times (UK)
iRobot, Where the Terminator Is Coming to Life

June 2009
BBC Focus Magazine
Rise of the Machines (cover story)

22 Apr 2009
Killer Robots and a Revolution in Warfare

20 Apr 2009
Press Release
Ethics of Facebook to be Discussed in May 4 Talk at Cal Poly
Does Facebook redefine friendship, promote only some relationships, affect self-identity?

23 Mar 2009
Press Release
Cal Poly to Host April 10 Talk on Ethics of Cyberweapons
Dr. Neil Rowe to also propose solutions to prevent war crimes arising from cyberattacks

20 Mar 2009
Science Channel: Brink (episode 117)
Lead story on our military-robotics work—no link to video available

16 Mar 2009
Robot Madness: Preventing Insurrection of Machines

2 Mar 2009
Press Release
Human Enhancement and Nanotechnology Conference to Convene at WMU
March 28-29 ethics meeting to cover issues in sports, military, policy, religion, and more

25 Feb 2009
NewScientist Magazine
Why Robots Can't Be Trusted With Weapons

25 Feb 2009
Fast Company (blog)
Teaching Ethics to Robo Warriors

24 Feb 2009
Encyclopedia Britannica (blog)
The Artificial Morality of the Robot Warrior

23 Feb 2009
Press Release
Cal Poly Researcher to Speak on War-Robots Panel at APPE 2009
Presentation to discuss benefits, ethics, and risk arising from military robots

23 Feb 2009
Beware the Killer Robots

23 Feb 2009
Center for Responsible Nanotechnology (blog)
The Ethics of Killer Robots

20 Feb 2009
ZDNet (blog)
The Terminator Scenario: Perhaps Not So Fictional After All

17 Feb 2009
The Times (UK)
Military's Killer Robots Must Learn Warrior Code

11 Feb 2009
The Mustang Daily (Cal Poly)
Cal Poly Faculty Explore Military Robotics Issues

2 Feb 2009
Wired's Danger Room
What's Next? Robot Rights for Battlefield 'Bots?

2 Feb 2009
Press Release
Ethics Report on Autonomous Military Robots Released
Cal Poly researchers examine risks and concerns related to new trend in warfare

26 Jan 2009
Press Release
Public Lecture to Discuss NSF's New Requirement for Research Ethics
Challenges arise from lack of agreement on content and teaching strategies

15 Dec 2008
Press Release
Human Enhancement and Societal Challenges Featured in NanoEthics Journal
New collection of papers helps to navigate complex maze of issues

1 Dec 2008
Cal Poly Magazine
Caution in Wonderland

29 Sept 2008
Press Release
The Nanoethics Group to Speak at Environmental Nanotechnology Conference
Nanoparticles offer benefits but also risks to environment and health

19 Sept 2008
San Luis Obispo's New Times
Armageddon It - commentary on science experiments and risk

28 April 2008
Press Release
The Nanoethics Group Publishes Anthology with Springer
New volume focuses on the most urgent and near-term issues facing nanotechnology

29 October 2007
Press Release
The Nanoethics Group to Discuss Human Enhancement Debate at ICNT 2007
Nov. 6 San Francisco talk examines predicted applications and growing controversy

1 October 2007
Press Release
The Nanoethics Group to Speak in Yale University’s Lecture Series
Oct. 10 talk on possible societal and ethical issues arising from nanotechnology

26 Sept 2007
San Luis Obispo's New Times
Small Frontiers Carry Big Possibilities:
Nanotechnology with an Ethical Spin Finds a Home in San Luis Obispo

1 August 2007
Press Release
The Nanoethics Group Publishes Major Nanoethics Anthology with Wiley
First-of-its-kind collection explores full range of issues

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