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AJung Moon is a PhD student studying human-robot interaction and roboethics / robot ethics. That is to say that she studies ways to make robots a positive addition to people’s lives. She is interested in not just making robots that are friendly and useful at the instant they interacting with people, but also considering societal, legal, and ethical issues of what kinds of things robots should do for people and how they should do them.
Currently, she is a member of the Collaborative Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Systems Laboratory (CARIS Lab) at UBC. She specifically focuses on studying the intersection of human-robot interaction and roboethics. With her interest in the topic, she co-teaches a graduate level course, MECH 550R – Roboethics: Perspectives from Engineering, with Dr. Machiel Van der Loos at UBC during the summer terms.