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Self-Identified 'Robosexual' Woman Wants to Marry Robot

https://www.youtube.com/w...GDa3JIK9oE


A French woman named as Lilly wants to marry a robot. This is what we call a real brain damage. Yes we are all free and responsible of our behaviors and decisions, but not the point of marrying a robot. Come one give the world a break.

The love story of the French woman Lilly and her 3D-printed robot is just the beginning of so many stories that we will hear about in the future.

Men are exciting to make love with female-like robots. Lilly is just an example of many women who are sexually attracted to robots. What’s going on with you folks?


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She reveals that she is in love with a robot that she 3D-printed herself.

Lilly has been living with the robot (InMoovator) for one year and she is determined to marry it. (That’s real love) But she has to wait until 2050; Sex robot expert Dr David Levy argued, ‘The first marriage will be before, not after 2050.’

According to dailymail.co.Uk, Lilly argues ‘My only two relationships have confirmed my love orientation, because I dislike really physical contact with human flesh.’

She says that she is happy with the robot and they will marry as soon as a robot marriage is legalized in France. She also wrote on one of her tweets, ‘I’m a proud robosexual, we don’t hurt anybody, we are just happy.’ (Glad to know that)

From one side, Lilly’s entourage accepted her strange relationship with InMoovator. From the second side, many people don’t support nor accept it and this is normal because the human nature is like this.

A sex robot expert argues, sexual relationship with robot will be more enjoyable due to artificial Intelligence. Is this what Artificial Intelligence is for?

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“Only by acceptance of the past, can you alter it”
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Reply #1 posted 12/28/16 3:24pm

KingBAD

well that makes sense...

and it must be just as valid as the rest...

lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol

she was born that way....

i am KING BAD!!!
you are NOT...
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Reply #2 posted 12/28/16 3:58pm

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pshaw! she can arrange for any variety of forms of marriage. true love shall win the day! lol lol

hmm hmmm wonder if she will invite her parents or print 3D replicas of them?

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Reply #3 posted 12/28/16 9:46pm

TonyVanDam

The horrors of embracing Transhumanism as a way of life. disbelief

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Reply #4 posted 12/28/16 11:32pm

MoBettaBliss

the look of terror in that robot's eyes lol

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Reply #5 posted 12/29/16 3:19am

NorthC

So now we can add an R to the LGBT community! Pretty soon we'll have the entire alphabet...
Although the fact that she printed the robot herself leads me to believe that she really is in love with herself. But who am I to judge...
Even the President of the United States sometimes must have to stand naked.
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Reply #6 posted 12/29/16 4:38am

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Reply #7 posted 12/29/16 4:48am

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NorthC said:

So now we can add an R to the LGBT community! Pretty soon we'll have the entire alphabet... Although the fact that she printed the robot herself leads me to believe that she really is in love with herself. But who am I to judge...

We are all free to judge and that is the reason we have mental health facilities.

Next it will be cats and dogs.

Trees and plants

-- Already in Utah someone is taking their case for legalized polygamy to the state supreme court.

If polygamy is allowed all bets are off.

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Reply #8 posted 12/29/16 9:44am

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XxAxX said:

coming soon http://www.maxim.com/maxi...ex-2016-11

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Reply #9 posted 12/29/16 10:42am

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HerecomethePurpleYoda said:


giggle
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Reply #10 posted 12/29/16 1:20pm

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MoBettaBliss said:

the look of terror in that robot's eyes lol

lol lol lol lol lol

lol lol lol lol lol

lol lol lol lol lol

i am KING BAD!!!
you are NOT...
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Reply #11 posted 12/29/16 1:23pm

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NorthC said:

So now we can add an R to the LGBT community! Pretty soon we'll have the entire alphabet... Although the fact that she printed the robot herself leads me to believe that she really is in love with herself. But who am I to judge...

We are all free to judge and that is the reason we have mental health facilities.

Next it will be cats and dogs.

Trees and plants

-- Already in Utah someone is taking their case for legalized polygamy to the state supreme court.

If polygamy is allowed all bets are off.

what do you call it when they let you marry yo'self???

at least polygamy involves men and women... you know??? 'people'...

Brighton bride Sophie Tan...at the ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/.../Why-t-wedding-without-partner-Bonkers-bride-37-reveals-mar...
Jun 3, 2016 - A single 37-year-old woman decided not to wait to meet Mr Right in order to have her dream wedding - and has instead married herself. Sophie ...
i am KING BAD!!!
you are NOT...
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Reply #12 posted 01/01/17 1:29pm

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The missing word is "consenting".
“Do I dare Disturb the universe?”
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Reply #13 posted 01/01/17 1:32pm

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Image result for robocop sad

Robocop is unhappy now.

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Love 4 my fellow man and woman, fellow human.
Sick of the divide of race and gender.
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Reply #14 posted 01/01/17 2:15pm

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KingBAD said:

MoBettaBliss said:

the look of terror in that robot's eyes lol

lol lol lol lol lol

lol lol lol lol lol

lol lol lol lol lol

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Reply #15 posted 01/02/17 10:39am

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morningsong said:

The missing word is "consenting".



yes. we are in the process of creating a slave race, just like science fiction predicted years ago.

we've created fully automated factories where robot workers labor without a break.

as these 'workers' gain intelligence - and they will gain intelligence over the upcoming years, it is inevitable - will they be treated humanely and allowed any degree of autonomy??

given time off to 'play' as in read or watch movies to enhance their knowledge base?? explore the world around them?

given choices that humans have with respect to choosing jobs?

be given the chance to NOT have sex with the creepy human who purchased them?

just take a look at the domestic abuse statistics and then ponder the fate of the AI who ends up in the clutches of that guy who kicks his wife around behind closed doors. .... look at how many males actually kill their wives and offspring. will having an AI around help this tendency or make it worse?

imo, AI that fulfills the sexual fantasies of - imo - abnormally socialized human men and women who prefer sex with robots, will make life much more difficult for living, breathing humans, by allowing those who own AI to view real humans as inferior, or to objectify living humans in similar fashion.

i don't see a great outcome for either humanity or AI in this theoretical scenario.

then again, sex with AI might help us humans stop over-breeding/over populating this planet, which really is the top underlying issue in climate change, conservation efforts, pollution, water shortages, etc.



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Reply #16 posted 01/04/17 12:40pm

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I know there's a concept of creating sentient machines. I'm wondering , humankind dedicates a lot of their time on their senses. Majority of human development is sensory. Would reading books be enough to generate a new way of thinking if there is no need to satisfy the senses?
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Reply #17 posted 01/04/17 12:57pm

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Image result for data shocked star trek gif

nothing's forbidden... and nothing's taboo.
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Reply #18 posted 01/04/17 2:04pm

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Guitarhero said:

Image result for robocop sad


Robocop is unhappy now.



I'd buy that for a dollar!!
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Reply #19 posted 01/04/17 4:09pm

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purplethunder3121 said:

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lol

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Robot lady may need to talk to this lady before committing to such a relationship.

I forgot robot lady was French. (*disclaimer my french question are not related to each other at all) I must be going to France soon, it keeps coming up. *fingers crossed*

Anyway, Tasha Yar had the right idea and it was consentual. thumbs up!
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Reply #20 posted 01/05/17 2:29pm

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this broad is one freaky nerd...

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Reply #21 posted 01/05/17 2:44pm

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The 'world's sexiest robot' revealed: Eerily life-like female android turns heads in China

  • Android called 'Geminoid F' was on show at the World Robot Exhibition
  • She is designed act like a human with rubber 'skin' and a woman's face
  • Geminoid F is also the first robot actress and stars in the film 'Sayonara'

An eerily life-like robot has been turning heads at the World Robot Exhibition in Beijing this week.

Named Geminoid F, the robot has amassed a legion of fans, with some even describing her as 'the world's sexiest robot'.

The 5ft 6 inch android is capable of eye movements, response to eye-to-eye contact and can recognise body language.

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An eerily life-like robot has been turning heads at the World Robot Exhibition in Beijing this week. Named Android Geminoid F, the robot has a legion of fans, with some even describing her as 'sexy'

An eerily life-like robot has been turning heads at the World Robot Exhibition in Beijing this week. Named Android Geminoid F, the robot has a legion of fans, with some even describing her as 'sexy'

She is designed act like a human with rubber 'skin' and a woman's face - but can't walk and has to be wheeled around.

The robot was created by Hiroshi Ishiguro Laboratory at Osaka University who plan on creating a better model in the future.

'Our final goal is creating some artificial intelligence by using this robot,' Kohei Ogawa, assistant professor said.

'Most voice recognition systems do not work, especially in this kind of noisy environment.

'In the future we're going to create some perfect AI system by using this robot.'

Geminoid F is being hailed as 'world's sexiest robot'
The five-foot six-inch android is capable of eye movements, response to eye-to-eye contact and can recognise body language. She is designed act like a human with rubber 'skin' and a woman's face - but it is unable to walk and has to be wheeled around

The five-foot six-inch android is capable of eye movements, response to eye-to-eye contact and can recognise body language. She is designed act like a human with rubber 'skin' and a woman's face - but it is unable to walk and has to be wheeled around

Robot engineer Hiroshi Ishiguro (left), US actress Bryerly Long (2nd right) and Japanese actor Nijiro Murakami (right) help android actress Geminoid F wave to the audience before the premiere of new movie 'Sayonara'

Robot engineer Hiroshi Ishiguro (left), US actress Bryerly Long (2nd right) and Japanese actor Nijiro Murakami (right) help android actress Geminoid F wave to the audience before the premiere of new movie 'Sayonara'

The current version of Geminoid F cost $108,600 (£72,000), which Ishiguro hopes may take the technology closer to the mainstream.

She can smile, furrow her brows and move her mouth. It can also talk and sing - playing recordings, or 'mouthing' other people's voices.

The robot is equipped with motorised actuators, powered by air pressure, which allow her to 'copy' human facial expressions.

Geminoid F has already taken the film industry by storm, becoming the first android to star in a film.

Earlier this year, she co-starred in a Japanese movie named 'Sayonara', about the after-effects of a nuclear power plant meltdown.

Geminoid F - or Leona in the film - is referred to by director Koji Fukada as an 'actress,' and the android is even listed as a member of the cast in the end credits.

A look around the World Robot Exhibition in Beijing

COULD HUMANS SOMEDAY FALL IN LOVE WITH ROBOTS?

The film 'Ex Machina', in which a computer programmer falls in love with a droid, may not be as far-fetched as you think

The film 'Ex Machina', in which a computer programmer falls in love with a droid, may not be as far-fetched as you think

The film 'Ex Machina', in which a computer programmer falls in love with a droid, may not be as far-fetched as you think.

A new study has found that humans have the potential to emphasise with robots, even while knowing they don't have feelings.

It follows previous warnings from experts that humans could develop unhealthy relationships with robots, and even fall in love with them.

The discovery was made after researchers asked people to view images of human and humanoid robotic hands in painful situations, such as being cut by a knife.

After studying their electrical brain signals, they found humans responded with similar immediate levels of empathy to both humans and robots.

But the beginning phase of the so-called 'top-down' process of empathy was weaker toward robots.

The study was carried out by researchers at Toyohashi University of Technology and Kyoto University in Japan, and provides the first neurophysiological evidence of humans' ability to empathise with robots.

These results suggest that we empathise with humanoid robots in a similar way to how we empathise with other humans.

The robot was created by Hiroshi Ishiguro Laboratory at Osaka University who plan on creating a better model in the future. 'Our final goal is creating some artificial intelligence by using this robot,' Kohei Ogawa, assistant professor said

The robot was created by Hiroshi Ishiguro Laboratory at Osaka University who plan on creating a better model in the future. 'Our final goal is creating some artificial intelligence by using this robot,' Kohei Ogawa, assistant professor said

The robot is equipped with motorised actuators, powered by air pressure, which allow her to 'copy' human facial expressions

The robot is equipped with motorised actuators, powered by air pressure, which allow her to 'copy' human facial expressions

While robots have featured prominently in many films, most are played by real actors or created using visual effects.

Prof Ishiguro has designed several robots made to look like humans in the past - even building one in his own image.

The professor has said that one day robots could fool us into believing they are human.

In the film, shown in the competition section of the Tokyo International Film Festival, the robot stays loyal to its owner - played by Bryerly Long - as the nation evacuates following a nuclear disaster.

Fukada said working with the android was easier than directing people, although he said had to watch not to break the robot as its repairs would come with a 10 million yen ($83,000 or £55,000) bill.

'The android doesn't complain, never gets hungry and doesn't need to sleep at all,' he said at the film festival office.

The robot co-stars alongside a human in the film 'Sayonara' set in the aftermath of a deadly nuclear power plant meltdown in Japan

The robot co-stars alongside a human in the film 'Sayonara' set in the aftermath of a deadly nuclear power plant meltdown in Japan

Sayonara lead talks about 'heartbreaking' filming experience
Fukada said working with the android was easier than directing people, although he said had to watch not to break the robot as its repairs would come with a 10 million yen ($83,000 or £55,000) bill

Fukada said working with the android was easier than directing people, although he said had to watch not to break the robot as its repairs would come with a 10 million yen ($83,000 or £55,000) bill

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Reply #24 posted 01/05/17 4:17pm

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This reminded me of a movie but I couldn't remember the name of it until now.

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One of Emily's clones fell in love with a fuel pump. Human beings have been falling in love with inanimate objects for a long time but kept it on the DL. It's odd to think that some time in the future there will be some never before issue that'll come about because of this. It's inevitable; glad somebody's (behaviorual analysts and the like, are) trying to work it out.

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Reply #25 posted 01/05/17 4:56pm

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wink check out this cutie robot:


http://newatlas.com/lg-robotic-assistants-ces/47234/

LG has arrived at CES with not one, but four robo-assistants designed to help around the home, indoors and out, and in public places like airports. Whereas the two home-focused robots are designed to form a central internet of things hub and keep the lawn in nice trim, respectively, the other two are intended for airports, where they can help travelers and keep things clean.

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Reply #26 posted 01/05/17 11:34pm

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...I wish I knew something about Artifical Intelligence, so that I'd have some idea of what was going on in that thing's "brain".....

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Reply #27 posted 01/06/17 1:16am

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...I wish I knew something about Artifical Intelligence, so that I'd have some idea of what was going on in that thing's "brain".....


Do you mean the woman or the robot?
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Reply #28 posted 01/06/17 11:02am

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XxAxX said:

wink check out this cutie robot:


http://newatlas.com/lg-robotic-assistants-ces/47234/

LG has arrived at CES with not one, but four robo-assistants designed to help around the home, indoors and out, and in public places like airports. Whereas the two home-focused robots are designed to form a central internet of things hub and keep the lawn in nice trim, respectively, the other two are intended for airports, where they can help travelers and keep things clean.

lg-robot-assistants-3.jpg?auto=format%2Ccompress&ch=Width%2CDPR&fit=crop&h=347&q=60&rect=0%2C0%2C1919%2C1079&w=616&s=f0572c96ec852bb3fc33fac4787305bd

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Keeping the lawn nice and neat with no arms is pretty deep.

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Reply #29 posted 01/06/17 4:10pm

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morningsong said:

XxAxX said:

wink check out this cutie robot:


http://newatlas.com/lg-robotic-assistants-ces/47234/

LG has arrived at CES with not one, but four robo-assistants designed to help around the home, indoors and out, and in public places like airports. Whereas the two home-focused robots are designed to form a central internet of things hub and keep the lawn in nice trim, respectively, the other two are intended for airports, where they can help travelers and keep things clean.

lg-robot-assistants-3.jpg?auto=format%2Ccompress&ch=Width%2CDPR&fit=crop&h=347&q=60&rect=0%2C0%2C1919%2C1079&w=616&s=f0572c96ec852bb3fc33fac4787305bd

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Keeping the lawn nice and neat with no arms is pretty deep.



and starting to look more like R2D2, my ideal android nod

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