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For centuries, Asian women have been associated with demeaning and limiting stereotypes. Asian-featured robots are the newest twist in the longstanding cultural "fetishization and overt sexualization of Asian women," says English professor Leslie Bow, as well as an alarming example of "techno-orientalism," the mingling of stereotypes with fears and fantasies about a future ruled by machines.Read More »
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