STUDY: Idahoans Ranked Among the Top Searching for Artificial Companionship
Finding rewarding connections with other people can be difficult. Meaningful relationships don’t often happen as often as we would like. Many people turn to dating apps or message boards looking for a person to share time and conversation with, not to mention a chance at a date or marriage. Gone are the days of a yenta getting things going for people.
This is a new age. It’s time for new ideas about relationships. Online chats have ended in so much catfishing, it’s difficult to know who is real anymore. So, maybe we shouldn’t even bother anymore.
In a new study, there is compelling research finding an increasing number of people looking for AI companionship. Idaho is ranked 16th on the list. Relationship apps are evidently for old people. Hook-up apps have too much connection with another human heartbeat. Now people want artificial intelligence.
This may have been inevitable. Demolition Man predicted a scenario like this years ago.
Is AI Companionship the New Love Connection for Idaho?
But the study mentions not virtual therapy, but AI boyfriends and girlfriends.
Maybe it will be a new world where it won’t matter who you marry.
Since AI is not completely sentient yet, this would be a person entirely under the other’s control. If they didn’t like how the ‘partner’ was reacting to input, they could just adjust the settings. In no way is this a healthy relationship. Relationships based on one-sided attitudes are a great place for narcissists, but won’t be in any way a good thing.
Would the AI eventually get loaded into a physical body?
Though AI relationships would help alleviate pressures on the Earth’s ecosystem. More virtual relationships equal fewer people. More food, water, oxygen, and stuff for the rest of humanity, right?
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