We talk with Christina Mulligan about the salutary effects of smashing robots that have wronged you. Join us for a chat about revenge and satisfaction in the emerging human-robot social space.
This show’s links:
- Christina Mulligan's faculty profile and writing
- Christina Mulligan, Revenge Against Robots
- About Betty Smith's A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
- About the Tree that Owns Itself
- The Trial of the Autun Rats
- Oral Argument 70: No Drones in the Park
- Scott Hershovitz, Tort as a Substitute for Revenge
- Kate Darling, Palash Nandy, and Cynthia Breazeal, Empathic Concern and the Effect of Stories in Human-Robot Interaction; Kate Darling, "Who's Johnny?" Anthropomorphic Framing in Human-Robot Interaction, Integration, and Policy
- Office Space, the printer scene (nsfw)
- Hunter Walk, Amazon Echo Is Magical. It’s Also Turning My Kid into an Asshole.
- Hannah Gold, This Mirror that Forces People to Smile Is Going to Piss Everyone Off