Regina Rini
Assistant Professor, New York University

Regina Rini teaches ethics at the New York University Center for Bioethics. She writes on moral disagreement, moral psychology, and is now working on a book about the ethics of microaggression.

Written by Regina Rini

Gael Rougegrez of the Blanca Li Dance Company performs ‘Robot’, 22 February 2017 in London, England. Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty
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Computing and artificial intelligence
Raising good robots

We already have a way to teach morals to alien intelligences: it’s called parenting. Can we apply the same methods to robots?

Regina Rini