Social entrepreneurship has been defined in multiple ways. Some definitions are very broad, while other definitions are very specific. Could any of these definitions be utilized in social robotics research to help create robotic cultures prone to enabling/sustaining social entrepreneurial initiatives? If so, is it still really social entrepreneurship? How do we gauge the motivation of a programmable entity? What sort of socio-technical systems would need to be put in place for an environment where people and robots not only live in harmony, but help create and/or enhance social value that addresses both short- and long- term needs and problems in a way that can be gauged perpetually? By creating robots that can do these sorts of social initiatives, are we allowing some people the opportunity to work less or not at all on initiatives that create and/or sustain positive social change? How do we teach, program, and interact with robots now if we might possible live in a future where robots determine and shape our social circumstances? Do you think utilizing robots to address social initiatives could create a “salvation by technical fix” outcome to the problems facing the world today? Could social entrepreneurship become a hybrid science, and if so, would it cause us to study human behavior in new ways?