Does /a/ like robot girls?
Personally, I can go all the way from this...
...To this. I love 'em all.
I hope you're taking good care of her!
Robot girls that looks more human preferred.
What's the point of making robots look like girls? Why make them look like humans at all?
I want to marry a robot!
I want to repair a robot maid and keep her as a maid.
>be a NEAT who plays video games
>develop a robot
>program it to be gay and fall in love with a robot
Yeah, this show was dumb.
Robots are alright, though.
be careful of robot crabs
I hope you guys watched I Can Friday by Day.
I'd rather not get killed by a robutt.
I understand what you're saying.
And I'm saying it looks like Tomino.
Only if they look and act real enough to pass as humans. I don't even really want one for sex or anything, just to accompany me on social outings and events, so I'm not the only one without a date.
>I don't even really want one for sex or anything
HERE COMES THE TRUTH! Robots would generally be made in human form as all of our machines and tools are designed to be operated by the human body. As for human faces its so tin-can sama doesn't scare your kids when she pulls up in the car to collect your kids from school.
Lol who am I kidding its so you forget you are banging a toaster.
I wouldn't mind a cute robotic partner.
If proper AI ever comes of the ground it would certainly beat real women.
Why do you think its being worked on? Its pretty hard to find a woman that still has values uncorrupted by modern feminism. Men just want someone loyal to love them and not run off with their kids and if a robot can do that well thats who we will go for.
What kind of port is behind that red flap?
Androids are the best kinds of robots
Now you know androids can have children
What the fuck happened to this? I thought we were going to get another season.
Love between a gynoid and an android is the purest love you can get.
Because it is programmed into them.
I wouldn't mind a SoL anime about school human girls and robot girls.
Remember /a/, robot girls don't have rights. It's alright if they are forced into prostitution in exchange for their energy ration. In fact they can be programmed so they like it.
It was really silly.
They recite a bunch of basic questions about artificial consciousness and then when they actually give you an explanation for how it works they basically say 'it's like google or something.'
It was so dumb.
>wanting to fuck girls with skeletons inside them
Cum-like robo-blood. Great idea.
I'm so disappointed in you /a/
>it will never be
>it'll never pull a twist where one of the human girls turns out to have been a bot all along
I certainly do.
humans are weird too. you never know what they're thinking. they behave so erratically.
>not on pixiv
i hate it when they do that.
any good userscripts to improve image browsing on twitter?
>tfw only 10 more years until you can order your own chobit robot customized to look like your waifu and had adjustable genital settings so you can choose whether you want to fuck a girl or a trap version depending on your preference at the time
Don't an hero yet /a/, there are reasons to live. Just make sure to save your NEET bucks up for the day robots come out
In an Post Apocalyptic Utopian World, where all biological males have died out during the last World War and females have developed a way of reproducing through parthenogenesis. In a world where biological immortality is but a common fact. A future where Humanity has finally colonized other planets, after Jupiter's sudden collapse into a new star, comes the epic saga of a group of girls and their quest to create a artificial life.
The Tale of the Black Rose.
In Theaters July 2018.
I don't know what to feel after watching this
don't forget Yuu
since when are robot girls "typical villains"?
/a/ really is underage.
It is near impossible to describe how fortunate you have to be to encounter an actual female that has intellectual depth approaching that of Motoko Kusanagi.
Motion is difficult.
Behaviour is difficult.
A general purpose humanoid robot that can give you a handjob without also functioning as a juicer at the same time will probably exist within your lifetime.
A robot that convincingly acts as a person without preprogrammed behaviour (i.e. not just a fancier Siri) probably won't be, unless some revolutionary discovery in neuroscience occurs.
>A robot that convincingly acts as a person without preprogrammed behaviour (i.e. not just a fancier Siri) probably won't be
How so? If anything our ability to make their processing faster and more complex is better guaranteed than what advancements we can make in materials manufacturing or mechanical improvements.
INHUMAN!! No robot girl should be forced into prostitution in exchange for their energy ration. I will speak with the very top scientists and demand that their only source of energy is semen!!
Who the fuck came up with energy bars? I'ma fire his sorry ass!!
I've been on a bit of a cyberpunk binge lately. Good thread to stumble across.
Processing power isn't the problem, figuring out how the brain works is. I suppose one day we'll have the processing power to do a full chemical simulation of the nervous system (which would basically mean that we don't need to know how the brain works, as long as we reproduce it accurately enough), but making a digital chemical model isn't going to be that easy either, and it would probably be a very inefficient and inflexible way of doing it, so it's questionable as to how practical it would be for robotics.
Why don't we have an anime yet about cute girls working in a laboratory that focuses on building robots?
It seems like a lot of fun.
Surely that's overcomplicating it though? Human interactions and behaviour aren't so complex that they can't be skilfully predicted. If anything making a robot with a brain that can perfectly emulate a human's will be a downgrade of their potential. As long as you can estimate what a person would do most of the time you should be good to go, right? You don't need to make it, just fake it. Add in some saline packs for fake crying and we're good to go, bam, instant robotfu.
If not, well it's just as well. I'm picky about voices so I wouldn't mind a mute robo fuck maid that doesn't have complex or realistic behaviours. Just needs to be the right size, shape, and weight.
>you will never build a cute robot with your cute friends
It's not fair.
It's true. It's not as if the phrase "I knew you were gonna say that" doesn't exist. Most day-to-day encounters with strangers play out as you'd expect. Psychology alone has catalogued and simplified hundreds of behaviour patterns down to a science. The art of creating believable characters that behave like people do has been condensed down into books. Then there's the whole fields of economics, game theory, and sociology which again can objectively quantify, interpret, and predict behaviour on a massive scale. It's something so simple communications majors in marketing know enough about it to effect it.
Now, surely the big brains making robots can apply some of that to making a not totally unrealistic robot that's still pleasant to be around?
But what if you allow your robot to make some money under the condition that 10% of the profits go to you. So your robot finds some jobs, makes some money, and decides to buy other robots to help make some more money, eventually making enough money to buy robots capable of making intelligent decisions on other robots to buy. So now this one robot you own is making you tons of passive income, and you don't have to move a muscle.
>asking for the extermination of the human race
>But what if you allow your robot to make some money under the condition that 10% of the profits go to you.
They did that in Chobits. But it'll probably be at the point where people with recreational robots either already have money or the markets for robot hires has already been filled (you don't need a robot cashier for example, in this robot future, a simple kiosk will do). Plus the people with enough money for tons of robots to generate them passive income will probably already be rich to start with, and will either be pimps since that's the only job I can imagine would require realistic humanoid robots by the time we have the technology to make them (anything else can just be done by more simplistic and specialized machines, from farming to construction to service industries).
You have to concider the alternatives though? Would you rather have a realistic miku bot (or whatever you're into) that's a little predictable and maybe not that witty or a real human that's... well a real human.
Well, lets assume that programs can own money, and that robots are just hardware to run programs on. In that case, even the job of a kiosk will be delegated to programs capable of making money. Also an individual doesn't need to buy tons of robots/programs, it just needs to buy one which buys the rest, and the rest makes money for that one which gives a portion of that money to you. The realistic humanoid robot is just a hardware host for the software that actually owns the money. So even if your moneymaking robowaifu gets lost or stolen, she can buy replacement hardware and redownload a backup of herself to that. And regarding specialized machines, they can be bought by your robowaifu too and make money for your robowaifu by preforming whatever services they're designed to do.
I would atleast like there to be some concept of history in place. Like a chatter bot only lives in the moment, with no real concept of a timeline.
If said Miku bot could ask me a week later whatever happened to the sock I lost. I would atleast be set.
>year is 2039
>android girl approaches you in the street
>it's one of those miku models
>shit is so 2037
>she wants you to give her an order, any order
>she wants it so bad
>you tell her to shut up
>her eyes roll back in robogasm and she moans in binary
>Anon, did you lose my shima knee sock?
>Yeah, b-but don't worry I'll find it!
>[One week later]
>Did you ever find my knee sock Anon-kun?
>And it's only a matter of time before she finds it covered in semen. You could just throw it away, but then you'd need another and then another sock would go missing and that's when the robot starts getting suspicious.
Though this does make me wonder if they would sell things like skin-oils for your robot. Robots don't sweat, so you'd need to rub some kind of oil on them so that their socks and clothes would get smelly. Imagine, you could pick out how you wanted your robo-waifu to smell, ranging from New Car to Smelly NEET.
My point is less about the robo-waifu being able to earn and more over have the right to own money, and more that robo-waifus are, in theory, the pinnacle of robot technology. And by the time we're able to achieve them, most of the other positions humans can fill will already be filled by machines, so there won't be any market space for a robo-waifu owner to profit in.
A robo-waifu with enough cash can buy and sell those machines though. And there will be market space as long as there's demand for processing, if absolutely nothing else is available your waifu can lend out spare processor cycles of her brain to whoever wants to crunch data.
But what is the worst case scenario though? What's the most unpredictable thing a person can do? And what's the most unpredictable thing that can happen? And what's more, how well do we ourselves react to totally unpredictable things? I find real people don't handle the unexpected all that well themselves.
Rather, how would you personally react to someone doing something unpredictable? For instance if you find yourself in a situation where people are suddenly in grief (accident, illness, got a hangnail, whatever) the most common action is to either mimic the emotions people are displaying or to attempt to let them know you have experienced what they have. Being able to read changes in emotion and get small subtleties like when a person is being sarcastic or joking can't be that far out of reach. We already have programs that can rate jokes, politeness of speech, and so on.
Or let's say an emergency arises, what's the most out of the way natural disaster that a robot could have no means of responding to? I can't think of one, ranging from natural disasters to house fires, missing children, master is late, the robot itself being stolen or abused, all of these have pretty simple responses needed.
Another thing is that the robot doesn't need to react to totally abnormal circumstances. It's a machine, it's purposes are largely domestic where things can be easily typified. Even if the robot were suddenly dropped into a war zone it's previous programming and learning are irrelevant by that point.
But without going to extremes, I just can't see it being that big an issue. True, it's easy to fuck with chatbots, and computer programs in general, but we do those things because we're both aware that what we're interacting with is neither human nor are we trying to actively control our behaviour around it. As long as the robot is treated in a manner you'd treat anyone else, it should hold up fairly well.
Or am I still missing something here?
i'm saying that if you want to maintain an illusion of having an actual conversation then it would be quite quickly broken by anything for which it doesn't have an adequate response.
>implying we're not humanizing them more by seeing them as maids instead of mere appliances
I just don't think it's that far out of reach though. We've had programs that can get some passing grade on a Turing test for decades now. Even a low grade chatterbot can provide better conversation than plenty of people, casually at least. For instance wikipedia describes ELIZA's speech patterns as
>If a keyword is found, a rule that transforms the user's comments is applied, and the resulting sentence is returned. If a keyword is not found, ELIZA responds either with a generic riposte or by repeating one of the earlier comments.
That's not far off from how most people talk to each other. We all have topics that can set us off on rants or tangents if appropriate, and if confronted with something we have no knowledge of we either try to change the subject, give a generic response, or ask asbout it to learn more.
Also long as your chatterbot doesn't repeat itself verbatim given the same input you can raise how natural it is to talk to by a huge margin.
I don't know if we'd be able to make robots that can have deep and witty conversations, but then again we don't really need to imo. But if you want a waifu-bot that can really stimulate you intellectually and emotionally, then I can see why that'd be a concern.
I'm more of a fuck maid kind of guy, personally.
It's not, it's human girls wielding megitek weaponry.
I want a Madoka clone where some robot gets chosen for having magical capacity or some shit.
The anime, set in a cyber-punkish future, begins with an assistant robot getting thrown from her previous owner's house for being useless, only hearing the words "guess robots can't replace humans" before she is shut down. Some time later, she is awakened by a magical creature from another realm who mistakes her for a girl and gives her a wish in return for fighting the universe's enemies.
She (being mechanically broken) asks to know what it is to be human, and before the creature can understand the meaning behind the words, he grants her sentience, and with the anime going forward, she discovers her true emotions.
The anime should also have some suffering and teenagers punks ganking on her for being an android where she is heart-broken and learns true fear for the first time.
If a sexbot or a purely functional maid is all you want, that would suffice. If it's Mahoro you want, Chinese Room-type AI isn't going to cut it. One, because you'd basically be interacting with the worst possible kind of sociopath and be completely aware of that fact, and two, because you'll eventually (I expect sooner, rather than later) end up in a spot similar to that depressing moment in a video game when you realize you grok the whole system.
>>it's one of those miku models
>>shit is so 2037
If it's the Miku model, obviously it should be the big thing in '39,
Tell me about her anon. What would she look like? What features would she have? Would you try and model her after after an anime waifu even if the look and behavior couldn't be fully replicated because she's three dimensional? or would you opt for a custom robot? Or would any model do?
In the distant future, one of the most common crimes humans will face will be body thief. Human bodies will be taken and sold in the humans market for organs while the mind of its victim will be transfered into an external hard drive which will then be sold to bidders seeking to have their gynoids actually act like humans.
A person's mind will then be uploaded into a machine, a gynoid so to speak for the sexual entertainement of a wealthy elite seeking the most nefarious driven thrills of all.
I used to manage a spare parts warehouse in the army, and also an oil warehouse.
It's not that expensive.
Also, I'd think a person who has the money to make/buy a robot would have appropriate funds to maintain them.
This isn't Medabots.
We give anime characters genders because we are biologically programmed to see certain actions as being more masculine or feminine. Gender is a biological construct, just like society.
>Not joining the artificial wounderland of robot waifus
They are the future
praise the Machinegod
> a more passable facsimile of a human body
But I prefer Aigis this way. She's literally perfect. I want to kiss her gears and stuff
>No balljoint waifu to care for.
Industrial Type are too hightest for me.
At some point in the future it will be the norm to have sex with robots and the idea of meeting the opposite gender for anything other than government alloted breeding time will be seen as queer.
How does this make you feel?
Can I ask my aegis to install an onahole in her pelvic region?
Would she do it? How would she react?
Aegis can be pretty Yandere at times, do you think that she would do it.. herself?
Reminder that even if somebody managed to create some relatively useful AI that could be applied to a maid robot it would actually be used for website analytics, self driving cars or some other patented use.
Sex is fun when the one being fucked struggles
>tfw no android waifu
>you will never explain rudimentary emotional concepts to her
>you will never have her casually attempt to kill you based on a misunderstanding
>you will never have to use rational to save yourself by implying a use to her
>you will never have to go out to get her clothes so that way she can come with you into public without making people suspicious
>you will never have her slowly become obsessed with you
>you will never download your subconcious into an eternal body that she built for you
Just why even live?
This attitude that robots must fill their roles as servants is really hurtful to the robot youth!
Think about all the poor robots who are turned away from the STEM fields due to the Anthroparchy!
I would honestly feel really bad if I made a robot girl clean up after me.
>Think about all the poor robots who are turned away from the STEM field
For what? We've already got the robo waifus. That's it. Game over. GG. We won as a species. We have nothing left to do.
Does anyone know where I can find more lewd like this?
If mass-produced, they could be cheaper than you thought.
Everything that is wrong in this world : the post
All the positives of 3D without the negatives....
>A world where a mad scientist has created androids to replace people in mass
>androids infiltrate every school, business and home until there are no Humans left
>scientist forgot to tell them that there are other androids doing the same thing
>androids now all think they are alone in a Human world as they continue their infiltration waiting for reinforcements
I like how Aigis and Labrys are very feasible designs for how an actual gynoid would probably look like.
I mean, there's the arm SMGs, but aside from that I could see them actually being made by the middle of the century.
Now, if only someone could hurry up with the waifu AI already.