Nadine Bender

Nadine Bender
KUKA Laboratories GmbH · Corporate Research

Master of Science

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Introduction
Nadine Bender currently works at the Corporate Research, KUKA Deutschland GmbH. Nadine does research in the area of ethical, socio-economic and psychological issues of robotics. She is currently involved in the following H2020 and BMBF funded research projects: REFILLS, MURAB, RoSylerNT and SeRoNet.

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The foundation of this paper is an experiment of fifteen participants interacting directly with an autonomous robot. The task for the participants was to carry a table, in two different setups, together with a robot, which is intended to support older people with heavy lifting tasks. By collecting and analyzing observational, quantitative, and qual...
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The foundation of this paper is an experiment of fifteen participants interacting directly with an autonomous robot. The task for the participants was to carry a table, in two different setups, together with a robot, which is intended to support older people with heavy lifting tasks. By collecting and analyzing observational, quantitative, and qual...
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Criteria for Human-Machine Interaction with AI “Lernende Systeme” Germany’s Plattform for Artificial Intelligence, White Paper by Norbert Huchler et al., Working Group “Future of Work and Human-Machine-Interaction” The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers a wide range of potentials for safe, autonomous and self-determined work as well as at...
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One of the goals of the REELER project is to learn more about and – with the REELER Roadmap – in the end positively influence the robotic technology development. All this while aiming to raise awareness of the human potential developers have in robotics development. Whereas the REELER team consists mostly of social scientists and economists, the in...
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The short study: Ethische, rechtliche und psychosoziale Implikationen im Bereich Reha, Gesundheit und Heim-Robotik written by Nadine Bender and Stephanie von Maltzan for the BMBF funded project RoSylerNT analyses ethical, legal and (psycho-)social implications (ELSI) which occur due to technological change in the fields of rehabilitation-, health-...

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The overall goal of PeTRA (Person Transfer Robot Assistant) is to create a support solution in patient logistics for high-quality fulfillment of requirements while simultaneously relieving the burden on nursing staff. This is intended to create added value for users and operators, with the focus on reclaiming registered nursing capacities from non-nursing activities. The patients "using" the system are guided to examinations, for example, in a case-related and flexible manner and thus according to their needs. The time gained by the nursing staff as a result of the envisaged solution benefits the patients as a whole through more attention and care. The envisaged solution does not cause any additional financial expenditure for the entire organization and thus fully complies with the requirements of ELSI+. PeTRA delivers "good care" because it strives for a solution that conforms to nursing practice through integrative needs assessment and continuous project support in accordance with ELSI+. Consideration of the EPT (Economical, Practical and Technological) criteria set ensures that solution approaches are aligned with the needs of care practice and caregivers. By implementing the "multi-mobility
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MindBot’s idea is to support the worker’s motivation and engagement within the cobot-worker interaction in a flexible and personalized way, in order to facilitate active and positive job experiences, thereby preventing negative experiences of anxiety or boredom and apathy. The potential of work as an opportunity for skill implementation and goal pursuit is especially evident when dealing with populations who live in disadvantaged conditions, such as persons who experience mental health disorders.
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