Alle Artikel mit dem Schlagwort ‘Autonomy

Automated killing and mediated caring

Robot-based intervention in clinical contexts establishes new forms of collaboration between physicians and medical agents. In particular, image-guided robotic intervention such as radiation cancer therapy relies on cooperation between human and robotic actors. This setting comprises an epistemic and a pragmatic dilemma: if the tools and devices increasingly shape, impact and govern medical decisions and […]

Terry Peters: Bringing Research to Clinical Practice

Interview with Terry Peters by Christoph by Christoph Bichlmeier following up on his keynote talk “The Role of Augmented Reality Displays for Guiding Intra-cardiac Interventions” at ISMAR 2014. In the interview Peters states that none of all existing image-guided procedures procedures use autonomous robots: „They are all master-slave devices – and I do not expect this to change in […]