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The 71-year-old David Levy looked like a white hair that looked like a suction to the back of his head, and it was easy to reminiscent of a scientist with a brain-opening like Einstein. In fact, Levy's idea is really bizarre. In 2007, he wrote a book called "Love with Robots, and Love with Robots" - 9 years later, this statement is still enough to make many traditional people feel shocked.

Although Levi’s title sounds very sexy, as a well-known British expert in artificial intelligence, he uses a rational brushstroke to explain the evolution of robots and humans from a professional perspective. He wrote: “In the beginning, robots literally meant workers. They were created to serve human masters like workers.” This industrial robot is relatively low-level, assembles the same parts in the factory, and completes the assembly line. Homework gives the impression of “efficient and cold”.

After meeting the needs of the public, robots serving a few people and families emerged. Service robots interact with the owner much more than industrial robots and become a powerful helper for housework. The interaction between humans and machines has grown by leaps and bounds. Machine dogs, robot cats, and other animal-like machine pets, like living pets, hold the owner's emotions.

But humans are certainly not satisfied with this. Levy insisted on the original assertion that in 2050, humans will fall in love with robots, marry robots, and make love with robots. If you accept the idea that "the robot can think", it is difficult to deny that it will also have a feeling of love and a desire for eroticism.

Early humanoid robots can take visitors to museums, take care of the elderly and patients in hospitals, and robots with “eggs” are even used for sex education courses for students. On the basis of the humanoid robot, the high-end version of the emotional robot came into being. They not only have a human appearance, but they are also able to communicate emotions with people.

The difference between robots and humans is shrinking. Levy believes that falling in love with robots will become as natural and normal as falling in love with other human beings. He pointed out that robots are entities that interact with humans to produce interesting, valuable and meaningful behaviors.

Those who question the possibilities of robotic life are like those who questioned artificial intelligence in the 1960s. The life of a robot is an artificial form of life, but despite this, there will be some sense of existence. Accepting and recognizing this form of life will be a huge step forward for mankind.

Human diverse activities require diverse assistants, and different types of robots are designed to solve different tasks. Previously, whether used in industrial military applications or disaster relief services, whether as a teacher or assistant, or as a helper in the operating room, the relationship between humans and robots is often seen as the relationship between the master and the slave, the body and the machine. . At that time, "the tasks that robots accomplish are rarely related to human emotions, and humans do not require robots to have any emotional response."

But with the involvement of psychology and cognitive science, Levy realized that the relationship between humans and robots must be reconsidered to reflect the rational exchanges between the two sides on a private level rather than on practical functions. Humans press the button to order "please help me get a cup of tea", and then the robots follow the action. This kind of communication is not enough. Humans and their "artificial partners" will have more interaction in daily life.

At the same time, the robot is written to recognize various states - cold or hot, soft or hard, noisy or quiet, and express their feelings, we have the same feeling. Then, an emotionally highly developed robot says "I like you", will we question its true and false?

“They are built to fulfill our requests and actual desires, deliver drinks, do housework, and they will satisfy our feelings,” Levy said. “If we accept the idea that robots can think, then It's hard not to admit that robots have a feeling of love and a desire for eroticism. Robots interact with us not only with functional meaning, but also with individual personal meaning."

The more humans grow like humans, the more intimate and more connected humans are.

In the late 1990s, MIT professor Cynthia Brezil created the robot Kismet. Like humans, Kismet has a head, a pair of eyes, a mouth and two lips that can move. It can imitate human emotions and make different facial expressions.

“Compared to metal boxes made up of wires, tubes and wheels, humans and their interactions will be more comfortable if the robots have certain human form factors,” Levy said. “When designing a partner robot, In order to achieve the most efficient communication effect, its body should be based on the human body structure."

A robot that looks more like a human being in appearance, speech, and behavior. People seem more willing to accept it, see it as an entity of existence, and be more willing to interact with it—that is, robots grow more like humans, humans, and them. The closer the relationship is, the more intimate and more attached.

It can be reasonably imagined that in the "human-machine" social society, if the robot mistakes a person's name, the person will feel hurt or be offended, and may destroy a relationship. However, Levy believes that speaking is not the most difficult part of emotional robots. Listening and recognizing human tones is one of the challenging content.

When the appearance and conversation of emotional robots became impeccable, the chances of falling in love seemed to increase. I don't expect to be able to be loved and loved by robots around the world overnight. But because of their talent, feeling and ability, robots have great appeal to humans. And it is completely feasible and inevitable that it will expand human understanding of love and sex, learn, experience and enjoy this new form of relationship.

Levi’s predictions were first inspired by Ashley Turk, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in sociology and personality psychology. Turk once wrote that computers are a concrete structure and a medium that reflects subjectivity. It has a chameleon-like quality, and when you program on a computer, it becomes your creation. For those who use computers to play games and programming, those who manipulate passwords, information, and visual images, computers have affected the development of their personality, identity, and even sexual behavior.

"It won't hurt your heart, it won't make you angry for no reason, and you won't leave you when you have no money." Levy believes that the frequency of social change is faster than ever before, humans are robotic Attitude changes will accelerate, and the current discrimination and prejudice against marriage and marriage with robots will disappear over time. He said in an analogy: "People who thought 100 years ago were crazy with same sex. Now, same-sex marriage is accepted by many people."

But at the same time, human-machine love will also produce a series of ethical issues. After being with a human relative, the state of the emotional robot is clearly defined as "no life"? Still have "some kind of life" or "almost life"? Under the branch of the emotional robot, the sex robot has been "debuted" generously. When some people still think that "robot sex" is a strange vocabulary, they are trying to get your good feelings in a loyal and perfect image.

Testers at Roxxxy, the world's first personal intelligence robot, have said that robots have one of the biggest advantages - it won't hurt your heart. It won't escape the family, it won't ruin for no reason, and it won't leave you when you don't have money or run a sports car.

It can not only be a human lover, but also a skill teacher, teaching people how to get more physical pleasure, and also helping those who suffer from sexual psychological disorders to recover. Many people talk to their therapists about their sexual life, and it's hard to talk about it. In the face of a dumb-minded robot, it may be able to unload a tight guard.

"The ethics of robotic sex is a very broad topic and will create many problems for legislators," Levy said. "For example, can you lend your sex robot to a friend? Or borrow someone else's sex robot? Or you Use his sex robot without the knowledge of a friend?"

For example, when the owner of the robot “burns in the fire”, but the robot walks away with shame, it is very likely that the robot is doing its own software testing or downloading new knowledge without wanting to be disturbed; or the character of the robot is set. In this case, sometimes it also knows to refuse - in this case, if human beings force the robot to make love with oneself, is it a kind of sexual assault?

From childhood dolls to perfumes, shoes, cars, calligraphy and paintings in adulthood, things that humans have loved are constantly being updated with age and social development. In Levi’s eyes, young people who grow up with a variety of electronic products will feel that robots are often like friends, partners or lovers.

But does the robot really have the ability to love? Levy thinks that people are not in love with the program, but a simulation person who can make a mess. “The key is that robots can be programmed to perform behaviors similar to love. This behavior is the most important, not what happens in behind-the-scenes software.”

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