Why can’t I marry the robot I love?

Why can't I marry the robot I love?

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Do people have the right to marry the one they love, even if the one they love is a robot? If not, why not? After all, in the words of Lilly from France, who has fallen in love with her robot, “We don’t hurt anybody, we are just happy.”

Isn’t that what matters in the end, that people are happy?

Lilly calls herself a “proud robosexual,” and she fully plans on marrying her robot, whom she named InMoovator.

As explained in the Daily Mail, “Lilly is reportedly engaged to the robot and says they will marry when human-robot marriage is legalised in France.”

But why should this surprise us? People have not only married their same-sex spouses (which has the merit of joining together fellow-humans, albeit completely opposite to the God-ordained male-female pattern), but they have married animals and inanimate objects and, with increasing frequency, married themselves.

Indeed, it was just a few days ago that Good Housekeeping – not some radical, far-out, tabloid – ran the story, “WHY I MARRIED MYSELF. Self-marriage is a small but growing movement around the world.”

The article speaks at length (and with seriousness) about “solo weddings” and references people like Dominique, who “is a self-marriage counselor and minister, offering services including consulting sessions and private ceremonies through her website, Self Marriage Ceremonies, which she runs from her home in northern California.” Full Story

‘We don’t hurt anybody, we are just happy’: Woman reveals she has fallen in love with a ROBOT and wants to marry it

A French woman has revealed she is in love with a robot and determined to marry it.

Lilly’s partner is a robot called InMoovator, who she 3D-printed herself and has been living with for a year.

On her Twitter page, where she goes by ‘Lilly InMoovator,’ she says: ‘I’m a proud robosAnd Lilly’s relationship could become the norm if an expert of human-robot relationships is to be believed.

At a conference on the matter in London earlier this week, Dr David Levy said humans would marry robots around or before 2050.
Lilly said she realised she was sexually attracted to robots at the age of 19 because she dislikes physical contact with people, news.com.au reported.

Now, Lilly is reportedly engaged to the robot and says they will marry when human-robot marriage is legalised in France.
She insisted the idea is not ‘ridiculous’ or ‘bad’ but simply an alternative lifestyle.

‘I’m really and only attracted by the robots,’ she said.

However, she declined to say whether she and InMoovator have a sexual relationship.

‘My only two relationships have confirmed my love orientation, because I dislike really physical contact with human flesh.’

Her family and friends have accepted her unusual relationship, she said, although not everyone in her life understands.

Lilly, who is training to become a roboticist, believes her relationship will improve further as technology evolves.

‘I’m really and totally happy,’ she added. Full Story

You’ve known each another for many years now, and you’ve come to truly understand each another. You share a home, pay bills and putter around the garden together. The two of you look forward to your Sunday morning ritual of working on The New York Times crossword puzzle together. You are truly and deeply in love.
You’d like to get married, but unfortunately, you live in a society where your relationship is considered unnatural and immoral. Despite the breadth of your love for each other, marriage is against the law. If your beloved were a human and not a robot, society might be more tolerant.

While the idea of human-robot marriage may seem far-fetched now, it may one day come to pass if artificial intelligence researcher David Levy’s theory is correct.

Levy, a British researcher who recently earned a Ph.D. from the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands, believes that by 2050, robots and humans will be able to marry legally in the United States. He predicts that Massachusetts will lead the way as it did in 2004, when it became the first state to allow same-sex marriages between humans.

As robots become increasingly humanoid in appearance, Levy and other roboticists believe that people will begin to have sex with robots — as soon as 2011, says at least one artificial intelligence theorist Physical attractiveness, coupled with the advances in robot programming that will allow human-like emotions and intellect in robots, could produce artificial mates. Full Story

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