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AJung Moon

Associate Academic Member
Assistant Professor, McGill University

AJung Moon is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at McGill University. She is an experimental roboticist specializing in human-robot interaction and the ethics and responsible design of interactive robots and autonomous intelligent systems. Her research interests include how robots and AI systems influence the way people move, behave and make decisions.

At McGill University, she is the Director of the McGill Responsible Autonomy & Intelligent System Ethics (RAISE) lab. The RAISE lab is an interdisciplinary group that investigates the social and ethical implications of robots and AI systems and explores what it means for engineers to be designing and deploying such systems responsibly for a better, technological future.



Can Open Source Licenses Help Regulate Lethal Autonomous Weapons
Cheng Lin and AJung Moon
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine


Design of Hesitation Gestures for Nonverbal Human-Robot Negotiation of Conflicts
Ajung Moon, Maneezhay Hashmi, H. F. Machiel Van Der Loos, Elizabeth A. Croft and Aude Billard
HRI 2021


Ethics of Corporeal, Co-present Robots as Agents of Influence: a Review
AJung Moon, Shalaleh Rismani and H. F. Machiel Van der Loos
Current Robotics Reports


Using Open Source Licensing to Regulate the Assembly of LAWS: A Preliminary Analysis
Cheng Lin and AJung Moon
ISTAS 2020


Driver perceptions of advanced driver assistance systems and safety
Sophie Le Page, Jason Millar, Kelly Bronson, Shalaleh Rismani and AJung Moon
arXiv: Human-Computer Interaction
Drivers' Awareness, Knowledge, and Use of Autonomous Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Vehicle Automation
Kelly Bronson, Sophie Le Page, Katherine-Marie Robinson, Ajung Moon, Shalaleh Rismani and Jason Millar
arXiv preprint arXiv:1911.10920

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