Guest post, by Ned Barker (@nedbarker10 & @BiohybridB). Today on the 1st of October 2021, my focus switches from InTouch to a new project, ‘Biohybrid bodies: a sociological framework for living with Living Machines’, supported by the Leverhulme Trust and UCL’s Institute of Education. Besides introducing the project, this thinking piece charts some of the key the ideas encountered through the InTouch Robotic Touch case study that inspired its formation.
Author: Ned Barker
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow based at UCL Knowledge Lab