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The next decade will bring a diversity of love partners for us to choose from – lovebots with intelligent skin, cyborgs with sensory implants, tele-dildonic connected avatars, through to empathetic personal carers loving you day and night. There will be intense debate on the ethical issues that emerge.
As human cyborgs appear more often in our communities, as our friends bring robot lovers to dinner, as touch, caress and gaze technology converge, we will see virtual reality, augmented reality and holograms deepening and intensifying our virtual-physical immersive experiences.
This expert panel will debate this looping of our senses and emotions with these ‘non-human humans’.
Chair: Luke Robert Mason, Director, Virtual Futures
Panelists:
Trudy Barber, Senior Lecturer and Course Leader, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth
Marco Donnarumma, Marco Donnarumma, performance artist and research fellow, Universität der Künste Berlin
Anna Troisi, Digital artist and researcher
Text from http://www.futurefest.org/speaker/synthetic-emotions
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I'll move together with Rob Smith the huge hypersculpture now sleeping at Wysing arts centre. Glad to be able to exhibit this work we did together with Neal White for Office of Experiment. 

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I'll move together with Rob Smith the huge hypersculpture now sleeping at Wysing arts centre at Cambridge. Glad to be able to exhibit this work we did together with Neal White for Office of Experiments and EMERGE.

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EMERGE


 
 
Glad to have the opportunity to present the performance as well as giving a paper about the performance. Looking forward to it.

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