The existential challenges of human-robot interaction

When bots die
How will we react when a loyal humanoid robot that has served us for years suddenly fails? Will we genuinely grieve for no-longer working bots that have accompanied us through so much of our lives?

And when bots die, will we treat them like cherished family pets and bury them in our gardens (or robot graveyards)? Will we place the deceased bots’ body in a glass case in the livingroom? Or keep a head on the mantlepiece as a memento?

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