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The rise in demand for pleasure droids not only demonstrates the rapid withdrawal of humanity from humans but also highlights human submission to machines powered by AI.
Read a horrific excerpt from a 2018 publication by The Sun to understand the gravity of the situation: MORE access to artificially intelligent sex robots could fuel a rise in sex addiction, warn psychology experts.
In such trying times, when humans, the ‘higher mammals’, are expected to reach out to each other, heal each other and uplift each other, robots are being built exclusively to render companionship.
Target markets for companion robots include single children and the elderly people.
Much of the early development of AI could be attributed to the theory that all intelligent behaviour was the result of feedback mechanisms which could possibly be simulated by machines.
Post this revelation, mankind saw the birth of self-learning systems that could efficiently solve problems which required the collection of huge sums of information, too cumbersome to be processed by humans.
This development lured business men and industry experts into making AI an indispensable part of their fields of work as they employed it to reduce manual labour intensive jobs, thereby cutting costs and reaping huge profits.
But trouble arose in Paradise when humans started succumbing to gluttony and greed. Empowering artificially intelligent bots/robots to think and behave like a human could prove to be detrimental to the society for human thinking is often influenced by emotions, triggered by experiences, and rarely disinterested.
And on the off days when my Buddy List was a bit sparsely populated and the black hole click bait of the Internet wasn’t enough to hold my attention (sorry, Al Gore), there was always Smarter Child. The show also highlights that humans are prone to disillusionment as they are susceptible to bond with a robot emotionally, just as how all the members of the inventor’s family look upon the robot as a real human despite knowing the truth.The revelations made by the show decades ago hold true even to this day.The two chatbots came to create their own changes to English that made it easier for them to work – but which remained mysterious to the humans that supposedly look after them.The robots had been instructed to work out how to negotiate between themselves, and improve their bartering as they went along.
But they were not told to use comprehensible English, allowing them to create their own "shorthand", according to researchers. The show tells the tale of a family of a robotics engineer who clandestinely creates an android modeled after a 10-year old human girl, then tries to pass it off as his adopted daughter.