Zhu, Q. (in press). Confucian moral imagination and ethics education in engineering. Frontiers of Philosophy in China. Zhu, Q., Williams, T., Jackson, B., & Wen, R. (in press). Blame-laden moral rebukes and the morally competent robot: A Confucian ethical perspective. Science and Engineering Ethics.
Book Chapters and Encyclopedia Entries Liu, Y., Lan, L., & Zhu, Q. (in press). Technocracy. In A. Grunwald & R. Hillerbrand (Eds.), Handbuch zur technikethik (2nd ed.). Stuttgart, Germany: J.B. Metzler Verlag.
Zhu, Q. (in press). Technocracy, public optimism, and national progress: Constructing ethical guidelines for responsible nano research and development in China. In E. Hildt, K. Laas & M. Davis (Eds.), Codes of ethics and ethical guidelines: Emerging technologies, changing fields. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.
Williams, T., Zhu, Q., Wen, R., & de Visser, E. (2020). The Confucian matador: Three defenses against the mechanical bull. Proceedings ofHRI ’20: ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Cambridge, UK. March 23-26.
Williams, T., Zhu, Q., & Grollman, D. (2020). An experimental ethics approach to robot ethics education. Proceedings of the 10th Symposium on Educational Advances in Artificial Intelligence, New York, NY. February 8-9.