It turns out that men have the misunderstanding that 'Women will also want to develop sex robots'

Artificial intelligence (AI) and robot technology are being used in various industries,

and it is said that the appearance of 'sex robots' that are used for sexual purposes is imminent . However, some point out that sex robots have the potential to over-stimulate humans, and the problem of definition/recognition regarding regulation . A new study found that 'people project their feelings about sex robots to their partners,' indicating that there is already a cognitive disparity between men and women.

Frontiers | Friends, Lovers or Nothing: Men and Women Differ in Their Perceptions of Sex Robots and Platonic Love Robots | Psychology

Men incorrectly believe their female partners would be okay with them having a futuristic sex robot

It has been pointed out that the evolution of technology has pointed out that artificial intelligence (AI) and robots could rob humans of work, and it is expected that human society will be transformed significantly by the evolution of robots in the future. At the same time, as robots approach humans, philosophical questions have emerged, such as 'are the rights of robots recognized?' and 'what is a human being in the first place?'

Even in the world of sex robots, such questions are being asked. For example, even if masturbation using a vibrator is not regarded as “cheating”, if a sex robot that looks like a human being is used for masturbation, some people may be jealous of the same machine partner. What is the qualification that humans consider a robot to be an “infidelity partner” is an industrially and philosophically interesting question.

To deepen this point, Associate Professor Mads Nordmo Arnestad of the Norwegian University of Management conducted a survey of 163 women and 114 men. Subjects first read a short story about a world in which there are real robots designed just for pure love or sexual activity, and then, 'What if your partner reacts to such a robot?' What response do you think your partner would have if you had a robot like this?'

As a result of this survey, there was a significant difference in the answers between men and women.

First, compared to women, men agreed to the sentences 'I want the future that such robots will be developed' and 'I want these robots to be released.' On the other hand, women were more likely than men to agree with the sentences 'such robots cause jealousy' and 'I want partners not to use such robots'.

``Men should be interested in robots like this and think that'the use of sex robots should be allowed in close relationships','' says Ahnestad, and women in human relationships are not interested in robots. It's no surprise that we don't accept it,' he said, but what is interesting is that each partner, both men and women, was mistaken for having the same opinion.

Of course, such a subject's reaction is based on the hypothesis that 'if a sex robot is possible', and it cannot be said that it accurately evaluates the reaction when a sex robot is actually created. However, while it is said that the spread of sex robots is imminent , the suggestion that 'people project their emotions about robots to their partners' is becoming very interesting in the future of robot development. ..

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