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.
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?
Should we rename institutions that honour dead racists?