Lying Cheating Robots : Robots and Infidelity
Rousi, R. (2018). Lying Cheating Robots : Robots and Infidelity. In A. D. Cheok, & D. Levy (Eds.), LSR 2017 : Love and Sex with Robots. Third International Conference, LSR 2017, London, UK, December 19-20, 2017, Revised Selected Papers (pp. 51-64). Springer. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 10715. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-76369-9_5
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Love has been described as unpredictable, immeasurable and non-purchasable and as such, poses challenges for anyone in a relationship to both stay in love, and to not fall in love with someone else. Scientists are still discovering whether or not love follows any specific recipe. Outlooks, personality, sense of humor and talent may not perfectly guarantee an individual falls in love with another, and more importantly is able to sustain that relationship. This article portrays a futuristic scenario in which truly intelligent and emotional robots already exist. Here, the bi-directional love discussed in Lovotics is not simulated through engineering, but rather is genuine from the perspectives of both machine and human. This is a theoretical piece that draws on psychological theories of love, sex, attraction, associated emotions and behavior. The method involves reviewing previous literature on human-robot bi-directional love, and combines it with current discussions and theories of the realistic future potential of love relationships between humans and robots with full artificial intelligence and emotional capabilities. The result of the investigation is a multifaceted projection of the complexity humans will experience in love relationships with robots. Due to the incalculable nature of love, affection and sexual attraction, the development of robots with genuine capacity for emotions may not have the best outcome for a future of love and sex with robots. ...
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