You, Robot. The MIT Researcher Kate Darling leads a groundbreaking field of Ethics
(Sept Issue, 2016)
What Interacting With Robots Might Reveal About Human Nature
(June 30, 2017)
New Thinkers That Leaders Need To Learn About
(Jan 31, 2017)
If Animals Have Rights, Should Robots?
(Nov 28, 2016)
An A-Z of Women Pushing Boundaries in Science and Tech
(March 8, 2016)
25 women in robotics you need to know about
(Oct 13, 2015)
Why we can't help falling in love... with robots
(Sept 27, 2015)
What the Death of Hitchbot Teaches Us About Humans
(August 20, 2015)
Mr. Know-It-All: Is It OK to Kick a Robot?
(June 23, 2015)
MIT Researchers Discover Whether We Feel Empathy For Robots
(April 10, 2015)
«Ein simpler Roboter kann uns manipulieren»
(December 10, 2014)
Do Unto Robots ...
(February 13, 2014)
Could Robots One Day Have Legal Rights?
(December 2, 2013)
Is it OK to Torture or Murder a Robot?
(November 27, 2013)
Sympathy For The Metal: Almost Human Is The Pro Robot Propaganda WeNeed
(November 22, 2013)
Brauchen wir Roboterschutz-Gesetze?
(May 10, 2013)
MIT Researcher Proposes Rights for Robots
(December 4, 2012)
Should We Extend Legal Rights to Social Robots?
(September 9, 2012)
If Apple Makes Robots, Will Robots Have Rights?
(September 4, 2012)
This Week in Machine Learning and AI (2019): Human-Robot Interaction and Empathy with Kate Darling
Sean Carroll’s Mindscape podcast (2019): Kate Darling on Our Connections with Robots
Science Friday (2018): How Strong is the Human Robot Bond? (with Heather Knight)
NPR's Hidden Brain with Shankar Vedantam (2017): Can Robots Teach Us What It Means To Be Human?
Sam Harris Waking Up podcast (2017): Living With Robots
Wonderland Podcast with Steven Johnson (2016): Babbage and the Dancer
SRF Radio (2016): Innovationskraft Pornografie
Thingcast (2016): Episode 10
Radio Berkman (2015): Copyright XXX
RoboPsych (2015): Exploring the Psychology of Human-Robot Interaction
Mindful Cyborgs (2014): Emoji-ing Robots Seek to Fathom Their Origin
Robots Podcast (2013): Giving rights to robots