Join Our Focus Group Robotics in Healthcare: Shaping the Future of Responsible Robotics Together!

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A series of focus groups is being organized in Munich and Garmisch-Partenkirchen on June 12, 13, and 14 to engage the broader public in discussions on Robotics in healthcare. In these focus groups, you will have the chance to discuss the use of robotics in healthcare and share your perspective: What opportunities, but also challenges do you see? What framework conditions must be ensured for the use of robotics? The results of the discussion will be anonymized so that they can no longer be attributed to you as an individual, and will be published in scientific journals and considered for further project progress. As a token of appreciation, participants will receive a €30 voucher for their participation.

We are thrilled to announce the organization of an exciting series of focus groups in Munich and Garmisch-Partenkirchen, aimed at engaging the broader public in discussions about Responsible Robotics and the transformative impact of robotics in healthcare. No prior expertise is required, and participants from all backgrounds are welcome. The focus groups will take place on June 12, 13, and 14 in Munich and Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Interested individuals are encouraged to register at Meeting-Registrierung - Zoom or send us an email with the relevant Information (last name, first name, age, gender, occupation, highest level of education, phone number) to: robotik.diskussion.stp@sot.tum.de. We would be grateful if you could share this invitation with any colleagues, friends, or acquaintances who might also be interested in participating. The focus group is open to individuals from diverse backgrounds, and we believe that a wide range of perspectives will enrich our discussions. As a token of appreciation, participants will receive a €30 voucher for their participation.

Together, we can contribute to a responsible and inclusive future for robotics in healthcare.

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The study is conducted by the research team of the Chair of Science and Technology Policy at the Technical University of Munich (Prof. Dr. Ruth Müller), In the context of the bidt-funded research project Responsible Robotics(RR-AI)