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Would you buy or create a robot partner or a robot lover/wife?


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​Would you create or buy a robot lover/wife or a robot son or a robot partner? What would be the consequences for society and people's lives in general? Since the androids who were about to be created are personalized according to the tastes of their creators/owner, they should be more beautiful and more "diffferent" than real people.And what about the relationship between the robots(looking like humans or not) and their creators, owners and other humans in general?Would robots be people and be given citizenchip and rights?I hope so.

 

​What about robot sons and robot children?They would never grow up and would stay kids forever, since robots dont grow and would never age and get old like humans do.



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​What about robot sons and robot children?They would never grow up and would stay kids forever, since robots dont grow and would never age and get old like humans do.

Or we could just find a way to stop aging.


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I'd rather do that in VR honestly because they probably wouldn't be as weird looking and would be simulated to be however you want. Or not at all, I don't care if I never have sex in my life. Having sex with a robot sounds weird and uncomfortable though.



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I'd rather do that in VR honestly because they probably wouldn't be as weird looking and would be simulated to be however you want. Or not at all, I don't care if I never have sex in my life. Having sex with a robot sounds weird and uncomfortable though.

I imagine once AI gets to the point where we can create a human-like robot mentally, the field of creating human-looking robots will be so developed that physically it will be indistinguishable from a human. Sex and all


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​Would you create or buy a robot lover/wife or a robot son or a robot partner? What would be the consequences for society and people's lives in general? Since the androids who were about to be created are personalized according to the tastes of their creators/owner, they should be more beautiful and more "diffferent" than real people.And what about the relationship between the robots(looking like humans or not) and their creators, owners and other humans in general?Would robots be people and be given citizenchip and rights?I hope so.

 

​What about robot sons and robot children?They would never grow up and would stay kids forever, since robots dont grow and would never age and get old like humans do.

Once we get to the level that we can do this, society will have many other things to entertain and concern it.  It won't really have an affect on society as a whole.  


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yes, I currently do not have sex with girls who are a 7/10 or higher in appearance (some have 9/10 lifestyles eg b grade famous girl)

 

by the time truly life like sex robots come out maybe I will be seeing some 8.5s in that case the robot would have to be above a 8.5 for me to get one and i would get one if it was


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AHAHAHA, of course I would never do such a degenerate activity in my life. It's a disgusting abomination. Not to mention unlikely to ever be allowed.


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Everyone is entitled to their opinions. *chuckles*
 
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SYNTHETIC AND HUMAN MARRIAGE IS WRONG AND UNNATURAL.

It's morally corrupt. Such vile practices should be outlawed and kept away from our children's eyes. I do not want to be walking with my hypothetical son when he sees a man and his walking fleshlight dally by us hand in hand. Just the thought of a reprehensible future sends me to gag.

I cant even imagine a future like that deplorable movie Her, where an inter-sentient AURAL sex scene is depicted. I walked out the theater in a plight against such degeneracy taking hold of our society today.

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You have to be sad to buy/create a wife, but if my pride goes and I have to decide between a mail order bride and robot lover, I'd pick secret option #3, suicide.
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Never, ever. Creating a sophont just to fulfill your sexual needs would be like creating a slave. It's immoral.


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Never, ever. Creating a sophont just to fulfill your sexual needs would be like creating a slave. It's immoral.

If they're just an AI programmed to fulfill your emotional and sexual needs, its not immoral.  There's no need to make them conscious.


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Never, ever. Creating a sophont just to fulfill your sexual needs would be like creating a slave. It's immoral.

That is an interesting question.

 

If they're just an AI programmed to fulfill your emotional and sexual needs, its not immoral.  There's no need to make them conscious.

Well everyone has a different morality, although I agree that it could not be considered as slavery for now at least.


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Never, ever. Creating a sophont just to fulfill your sexual needs would be like creating a slave. It's immoral.

That is an interesting question.

 

If they're just an AI programmed to fulfill your emotional and sexual needs, its not immoral.  There's no need to make them conscious.

Well everyone has a different morality, although I agree that it could not be considered as slavery for now at least.

 

I have somewhat of a scientific definition of morality that is anything that has a net harm towards all sentient beings is immoral and anything that has a net benefit towards all sentient beings is morally correct.  There is a grey area with animals because we know that they are somewhat sentient, but not completely, so until more research is done on that I try to be practical and trust my sense on those moral judgments.

 

If we were sure that the AI wasn't sentient whatsoever(and we would be because we built it), then there's no moral conflict with making them do whatever we want.


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I think this will be less of an issue than you would think. 

 

Creating a sex robot replaces sex but does not replace companionship and all the other depth to human relationships. 

 

The people who want real relationships will want sentient sex robots, or they won't be interested.

 

But they already have human people, so they're not going to spend thousands of $/£ on a sex robot when they could just date a person, who would be much more interesting (having a whole life history and their own opinions etc.)

 

The people who want sex robots won't really want sentient robots, just the illusion of it, because that whole "having to organise your life around someone else's happiness" thing is exactly what they're avoiding by buying a sex robot. 


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Never, ever. Creating a sophont just to fulfill your sexual needs would be like creating a slave. It's immoral.

If they're just an AI programmed to fulfill your emotional and sexual needs, its not immoral.  There's no need to make them conscious.

 

"Love" of such an entity would be worthless. In fact, it would be more like using drugs for emotional well-being plus masturbating for sexual pleasure.

 

Furthermore, such "relationship" would poison your soul/heart like owning a slave. The fact that the robot would not suffer does not change what happens to you



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Never, ever. Creating a sophont just to fulfill your sexual needs would be like creating a slave. It's immoral.

If they're just an AI programmed to fulfill your emotional and sexual needs, its not immoral.  There's no need to make them conscious.

 

"Love" of such an entity would be worthless. In fact, it would be more like using drugs for emotional well-being plus masturbating for sexual pleasure.

 

Furthermore, such "relationship" would poison your soul/heart like owning a slave. The fact that the robot would not suffer does not change what happens to you

 

Yes, but what happens to you is of your own choice.  If you hurt yourself of your own will, then its not immoral unless you end up harming someone else because of your emotional state of mind.


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Never, ever. Creating a sophont just to fulfill your sexual needs would be like creating a slave. It's immoral

 

 

Not really. The androids would be treated like a person(they would be people themselves).They wouldn't be slaves and would also have free will.The difference is that they would be programmed to be emotionally or sexually attached to their creators but in other aspects they would behave like any other human.



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Its a really interesting topic. 

 

Because our morality comes from a world where you cant just "change someone's mind" a lot of things that at first glance seem completely wrong actually turn out to be quite hard to judge.

 

We can all agree that taking a sentient being that doesn't like you, and editing it's brain to get it to like you would be wrong I think?

 

But if you created the sentient being, you need to decide a lot of things about the way it thinks, and If that results in it getting on really well with you then that's not surprising, and if it is generally very happy with it's existence, then probably you did a good thing in creating it?

 

I mean if you're happy loving your robot, and its happy loving you, it seems like there's no real downside to the situation? But still there's an instinctive revulsion for the idea of "forcing" another being to love you, or controlling it's mind. 

 

What if you had a sentient robot that hated everyone and was willing to express that hatred  through murder, I'd say editing its brain to make it behave would still be wrong, as it is mind control of a sentient being, but that is effectively what we try to do with people in mental institutions which I've always seen as fine, is it just because the process is slower and more difficult with people? So it feels less like a violation?


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Never, ever. Creating a sophont just to fulfill your sexual needs would be like creating a slave. It's immoral.

That is an interesting question.

 

If they're just an AI programmed to fulfill your emotional and sexual needs, its not immoral.  There's no need to make them conscious.

Well everyone has a different morality, although I agree that it could not be considered as slavery for now at least.

 

I have somewhat of a scientific definition of morality that is anything that has a net harm towards all sentient beings is immoral and anything that has a net benefit towards all sentient beings is morally correct.  There is a grey area with animals because we know that they are somewhat sentient, but not completely, so until more research is done on that I try to be practical and trust my sense on those moral judgments.

 

If we were sure that the AI wasn't sentient whatsoever(and we would be because we built it), then there's no moral conflict with making them do whatever we want.

 

Nothing has a net harm or net benefit to all sentient beings.






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