Centre for Professional and Applied Ethics News Archive
November 30, 2017 —
A digisexual is someone who, because of their use of immersive technologies such as sex robots or virtual reality pornography, feels no need to search for physical intimacy with human partners, Neil McArthur explains
November 28, 2017 —
"Sexbots aren't going to necessarily replace human partners, but I think they're potentially a powerful tool in addressing people's isolation," says Neil McArthur.
November 23, 2017 —
McNally Robinson Booksellers on Wednesday, Nov. 29, at 7:30 p.m
October 19, 2017 —
The media can play a role in helping prevent future tragedies by not giving the perpetrators what they want. They can refuse to publish the names or photos of the people who commit these crimes.
October 3, 2017 —
When sexbots become available, they could make relationships stronger by providing novelty and variety – or they might allow you to give up sex altogether
October 2, 2017 —
'As members of the U of M community, we are uniquely well positioned to boost attendance in the local arts scene'
April 10, 2017 —
The Centre for Professional and Applied Ethics at the U of M is hosting a book launch on love
April 3, 2017 —
A discussion on the latest biohacking technologies, and the ethical and practical issues they raise
March 16, 2017 —
Lecture to focus on on the health effects of cannabis, and the implications for drug policy more generally