Robonomics: The Study of Robot-Human Peer-to-Peer Financial Transactions and Agreements

18 Aug 2019  ·  Cardenas Irvin Steve, Kim Jong-Hoon ·

The concept of a blockchain has given way to the development of cryptocurrencies, enabled smart contracts, and unlocked a plethora of other disruptive technologies. But, beyond its use case in cryptocurrencies, and in network coordination and automation, blockchain technology may have serious sociotechnical implications in the future co-existence of robots and humans... Motivated by the recent explosion of interest around blockchains, and our extensive work on open-source blockchain technology and its integration into robotics - this paper provides insights in ways in which blockchains and other decentralized technologies can impact our interactions with robot agents and the social integration of robots into human society. read more

PDF Abstract
No code implementations yet. Submit your code now


Computers and Society Robotics General Economics Economics


  Add Datasets introduced or used in this paper