A review of “Caregiving, Carebots, and Contagion” [Book Review]

Monash Bioethics Review 40 (2):231-233 (2022)
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AbstractHow far can smart machines, or carebots, go in performing the profoundly intimate human work of patient caregivers? How will mechanization alter how we understand the essential features of the human task of caregiving and the role of the caregiver? It is these complex questions, with real world implications, that this article discusses in reviewing “Caregiving, Carebots, and Contagion” by philosopher and bioethicist Michael Brannagan.

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