To be updated.
|SSML for Sex Robots.
Oliver Bendel, School of Business FHNW
|Disrupting Pygmalion? Trans sex dolls beyond the gender binary.
Maria João Faustino, ICS-ULISBOA
|Being Riajuu. A phenomenological analysis of sentimental relationships with “digital others”.
Nicola Liberati, University of Twente
|The influence of body proportions on perceived gender of robots in Latin America.
Gabriele Trovato, Waseda University; Cesar Lucho, PUCP; Friederike Eyssel, Bielefeld University; Jasmin Bernotat, Bielefeld University
|Virtual Sex: Good, Bad or Ugly?
Hoshang Kolivand, Liverpool John Moores University; Abdoulvahab Ehsani Rad, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Shahrood Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran
|Posthuman desire in robotics and science fiction.
Sophie Wennerscheid, Ghent University
|Lying cheating robots – robots and infidelity.
Rebekah Rousi, University of Jyväskylä
|The Next Evolution: The Constitutive Human-Doll Relationship as Companion Species.
Deborah Blizzard, Rochester Institute of Technology
|Neurodildo: A Mind-Controlled Sex Toy with E-stim Feedback for People with Disabilities.
Leonardo Gomes, University of Sao Paulo; Rita Wu, University of Sao Paulo
|Pepper in Taiwanese News Media: Exploring Pepper’s Images and Discourses News Media Make.
Kuan-Hung Lo, Virginia Tech
|Sex Machines of Substitution. Who needs to look human.
Nicole Duller, Alpen-Adria-University Austria; Joan Rodriguez-Amat, Sheffield Hallam University
|Sexbots: Biomimetics, Biohybrids and Ethicaland Legal Constraints on Customisation.
Robin Mackenzie, University of Kent
|Dolores and Robot Sex: Fragments of Non-Anthropocentric Ethics.
Thomas Beschorner, University of St. Gallen; Florian Krause, University of St. Gallen
Marta Giralt, Material Futures
|Female Robots as “The Perfect Woman”.
Julie Wosk, State University of New York, Maritime College
|Reflections on the Moral Challenges Posed by a Child Sex Robot.
Marc Behrendt, ULB University, Brussels, Belgium