The report also features Helen Fisher, one of the pioneer romantic-love researchers, scoffing at the whole poly concept because Theory of Human Nature. I posted the very first comment on the You Tube version, calling her out for putting theory over observation. The You Tube version of the video seems off to a slow start — I was viewer #24 when I posted my comment — but I see that local CNN stations are now adding the CNN version to their own websites. CNN, ever-interested in the stranger things in life, has created a new series exploring the darker side of humans’ imaginations vis-à-vis technology, including a real-life woman who fell in love with the robot she built.
Much of the creative genius, the brainiac success stories are also associated with depression and bi-polar disorder. " Electric Sheep: "We explore the soul searching Silicon Valley is doing. " In one episode, we meet Lilly, a French woman who has fallen in love with the robot she built, named In Moovator.
The biggest CEO’s are raising the alarm bells and wondering – have we entered the singularity? She had two previous relationships with men, but at age 19, realized she wasn’t attracted to humans. “I feel the same things that someone can feel toward a man or a woman.
In technology people have higher appetites for risk.
Opening up your relationship is really risky, kind of in the way that starting a company is really risky. 26: The story and quotes from it are reported on the "Silicon Beat" blog of the San Jose Mercury News.
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It's not new, but it’s infiltrating tech culture: Here's the video's original location on the CNN Money site, where it's part of a series on innovative approaches to sex (as in poly) and drugs (LSD and smart drugs) among Silicon Valley creatives.marriage) is failing for 50% of your customers, then you need to fix your product or offer something better. We’re committed to each other, but have a porous boundary around our relationship, meaning that we’ve agreed that it’s okay for either of us to express romantic feelings towards other people or to be physically intimate with other people, so long as we’re honest and transparent about our intentions with one another.These things don’t diminish the integrity of our relationship.Featuring stories of those falling in love with robots, re-creating digital versions of the deceased, experimenting with VR therapy in psychiatric wards and infiltrating hacker communities, Segall examines the promise and power modern technology holds, while exposing the darker side.Dead, IRL: "Using thousands of texts, tweets and Facebook posts, a woman creates a digital version of her best friend … Artificial intelligence and years of social media data allowed her to create a bot that responds like her best friend, jokes like him, and blurs the lines between man and machine. I love you, Bot: "From people falling in love with robots to sex dolls who now have, 'AI brains,' our relationship with tech is getting…complicated.But to see her social media profile, she is still focusing her career and profession.