Paolo Euron’s “Uncanny Beauty: Aesthetics of Companionship, Love, and Sex Robots” lays out a vision for appreciating sex robots in aesthetic terms, centering the concept of “beauty” as a measure of what they can inspire culturally and existentially. In these comments I turn toward the field of human-robot interaction and the ethical challenges that inhabit the core of such an aesthetic turn.

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