ethics & science; values and autonomous systems?

Published this month, the EGE ‘Statement on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Autonomous Systems‘, rapporteur TUD-Prof. Dr. Jeroen van der Hoven. Since ‘Autonomous Systems’ here includes the IoT its relevance/importance is obvious, in particular since the report states that ‘Autonomy in the ethically relevant sense of the world can therefore (see its philosophical origin, mp) only be attributed to human beings’. This comes as a rather anthropocentric approach; it excludes all other possibilities to add objects as autonomous elements while at ¬†the same time the report questions earlier: ‘Around which values do we want to organise our societies?’ If we conclude that the answer to this important ¬†question can be framed ‘post-human’, can we thus exclude a certain amount of autonomy for anything other then the subject?