The Future of Care Initiative brought together scholars at the University of Leeds and beyond working on care in relation to aging, disability, gender, economics, and technology, in order to discuss and imagine how emerging technologies, shifting economies, and the “non-human turn” are affecting the ethics and philosophy of care. The second Future of Care workshop, “Care Robots & other assistive technologies,” was devoted to considering new and emerging care technologies, especially social assistive robots, providing an opportunity to discuss the ways caregiving technologies are transforming the parameters and definitions of care, companionship, and compassion. They were delighted to be joined by guest speaker Dr. Aimee van Wynsberghe, who will deliver a talk on “The Ethics of Ethical Robots.”