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Why Human-Robot Relationships Are Actually a Good Thing

That might sound trite, but there’s something fundamentally lovable about robots and computer software that attempts to approximate human intelligence, which is what a lot of AI is supposed to do.

While the creation of robots and the simulation of humanlike emotions and behaviors in them are fundamentally technological tasks, the study of relationships between humans and robots is an even newer research discipline, one that belongs within psychology.

This field has been given the name “robotic psychology” and practitioners within the field are known as “robopsychologists.” But before we study Robots, let us understand Love and the prerequisites of Love.

The final component commitment is purely cognitive in nature and encompasses the decision to love someone and maintain that love for years together.

Such robots must not only look human, feel human, talk like humans, and react like humans, they must also be able to think, or at least to simulate thinking, at a human level.

Once the robot’s memory has acquired all necessary information about its human, the robot will be able to emulate sufficient of the human’s stated personality characteristics to create a meaningful level of similarity.

And as the robot gets to know its human better, the human’s characteristics will be observable by the robot, who can then adjust its own characteristics, molding them to conform to the “design” of its human.

One can reasonably argue that a robot will be better equipped than a human partner to satisfy the needs of its human, simply because a robot will be better at recognizing those needs and more data equipped to finalize how to satisfy those needs.

Dr. Kevin Curran, a senior member of the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers and a computer scientist at the University of Ulster, argues cloud computing has the potential to transform artificial intelligence so robots can become far more lifelike.

‘It seems that when these machines do act in ways just like adults, where they can interact and talk in real-time, robots will become the perfect companion.” ‘We have got to ask ourselves will robots be re-purposed for companionship?

lot of people will still have reservations about sex with robots at first but gradually as they get used to them, as the AI and mechanical behavior and their feel improves, and they start to become friends with strong emotional bonds, that squeamishness will gradually evaporate.

So If you’ve just been dumped by your partner and are looking for a flirtation or a fling to redeem your self-esteem, your robot can be right there ready for all eventualities, with no need for speed-dating sessions or exploring dating apps.

Although it had no actual “understanding” of what users were discussing, Weizenbaum was disturbed by the fact that it prompted people to reveal intimate details of their lives, including relationship difficulties or complex life issues.

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good enough general system that is also some think would speed beyond human capability..compounding super chain reactions and moving into presently unrecognised physics like time warps.

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