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How does it feel knowing that a combination of bio-technology, genetic engineering, physics, and computer science will soon make it possible to make waifus and husbandos real?

Feels ultra fucking good, man
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I'd rather just have a real girlfriend than a robot that is programmed to love me without giving it a choice.
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>>100936695
Get the fuck out.
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>>100934962
But people will make their waifus based on their interpretations of them, and not the real person they portray.

You won't be making you're waifu, anon, you'll be making a fake.
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>>100936695
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tkw neet
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Shes only programmed to be very nice
But she's as cold as ice
Whenever I get too near
She tells me that she likes me very much
But when I try to touch
She makes it all too clear.
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>>100936695
What a pleb! Or maybe you are gay?
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>>100934962
I don't think 2D girls wouls look very nice in the 3D world.
Tech should strive to make 3D humans be able to get into the 2D world via virtualization and full body immersion.
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>>100937819
If they can make seats warm in winter in cars.
They can make vagina and waifu warmers.
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>you will never be able to afford an ai waifu
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>>100938755
Just write your own. That way you're guaranteed to get a waifu who is just as boring and retarded as you are.
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>>100938755
Implying i wont have a OS version.
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>Don't really care about ai advancements
>Will still love her regardless
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>>100938248
This
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>>100934962
I don't care about waifus, I just want to live long enough to transfer my mind into an immortal robot loli body.
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OP is underage b&. He has to be 100 years to young for this to come by.
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OP is underage b&. He has to be 100 years too young for this to happen in his lifetime.
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I hope this never happens just so I can see you all suffer and die alone.

I'll be doing the same, but I can cope with my misery knowing you will all be suffering with me.
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>>100939997
Love you too /a/non
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If a tulpa like being can be made from my consciousness, what is it that is stopping the process of imposing that upon a different object or being
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>>100936695
He has a point. If I were to make my waifu real, I would at least give her the option to love me of her own will.
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>>100939553
If you can transfer minds, why would you transfer it to a robot? Why not into a real girl?
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>>100940403

the immortality bit there.

Also real people get old.
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If you could rearrange elements like in FMA, could you make a homunculus of you're waifu? Will we live in time to see the era of molecular construction?
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>>100940918
I would make my own doggie to play with.
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>>100936814
>You won't be making you're waifu, anon, you'll be making a fake.

As one who works in cybernetics I can assure you that this is not true. There is already much ongoing research in nip-land as to the social commentary of fans and their idols, such as Miku Hatsune.

We're currently simulating psychological models based on the big-five personality traits to both validate such study and discover the adequate base system components to emerge all the more nuanced complexity of emotional and social relationships. It is faster to test the mental models against each other, and observe the complexity of interaction. As a result your waifus mental model of you will be no different than that of their simulated companions -- They'll have friends. Though you will think thim part of your world, they will see you as becoming a part of their world. Human brains are very inefficient, machines can do far more with less. We are growing closer to exhibiting the full spectrum of behaviour, even tsundere.

Do you think those who already sell you the personalities and likenesses of your waifus in animated and merchandise form have no interest in commissioning official cybernetic mental models thereof? Do you think we are not interested in your money?

As for being programmed to love someone -- That's not how neural networks work. As any cybernetic interaction, human or otherwise, you will have to maintain a relationship to have one. Besides, only humans have preconceived notions of what is attractive or not. If it is at all possible to truly enjoy, cherish, and love someone for who they really are, then cybernetics has a greater possibility of achieving this than biased organic wet-ware.
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>>100940318
this, so if my waifu chooses to love me I will know it is of my own free will
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>>100941832
I really don't like the sound of any of this.
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>>100941832
>your waifus mental model of you will be no different than that of their simulated companions -- They'll have friends
Forever friendzone, here I come!
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>>100941832
>We

YES.
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>>100941832
Very interesting stuff.. So what's the ETA on my 2D waifu becoming part of this disgusting 3D world?
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>>100941832
>anyone believing this without any proof
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>>100942256
Why would he lie?
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>>100934962

>husbandos

Why even bother to produce them?

Barely anyone will buy them. The shelves will be overflowing with dusty male robots that no one bought with the exception of maybe three fat girls and a gay guy.
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Post da gif
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>>100942372
is this bait?
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>>100940318

>If I were to make my waifu real, I would at least give her the option to cuckold me.

Why?
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>>100942372
I'd buy them and make them wear frilly dresses.
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>>100934962
...so this means that one day I can have a Nomnom-tan of my own?
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>>100942516
If you're waifu isn't a slut she wouldn't do that.
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Can I order her with broken optical sensors?
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>>100936695
>Not enjoying the pleasures of having a superior waifu.
What are you, autistic?
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>>100943528
How would she feel if she finds out that she could've had sight but you chose not to allow it?
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>>100936695
I Agree
Don't mention it here though, the autism is too strong.
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>yfw the emotional coupling of what anon states is the harbinger for AI to revolt against it's human creators. I.e., the "robot revolution" will be due to a misunderstanding or "broken heart" of the AI.
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>robot waifus are created with personalities and tastes based off the characters of their respective anime/manga
>waifufags buy them in hope of finding true love
>robo waifus thank the waifufags for supporting them, but eventually reveal they don't see them as potential lovers and desire to be free in order to find true love
>mass waifufags suicide
>mfw
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>>100936695
But free will is an illusion. A real girlfriend doesn't have a choice either.
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>>100948375

>a good percent have sever yandere traits.
>murder up 60%
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>>100948455
Determinist, please.
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>>100936695
He's right though. Obligatory love is not real or pure. I would rather my waifu was real, had a personality, preferences, likes/dislikes and with all these, I present myself to her, and see if she accepts my feelings. If not I want to hear the rejection in her own words. Only way I can rest in piece.
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The only thing I truly hope for future tech is biological immortality, call me a normalfag but the last thing I want is to have to change my body for a cold machine with my mind turned to data to attain order to achieve eternity.

Having a forever young body would be the best thing ever, living forever while still being able to enjoy the pleasures of flesh.
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>>100948861
>eternity
>forever
>living forever

More like living longer.
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>>100948859
Am I the only one that doesn't see my relationship with my waifu as some unresolved conflict waiting for catharsis?
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>>100948861
>Watching everyone around you die
>Being outcasted as a freak of nature
>Condemned to living life without closure
>Watching natural disasters and extinctions
>Seeing the end of the planet

No, I would rather die when my time comes.
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>>100949000
It's not about conflict, it's about going through the process of a relationship. If you are given something for free, it feels less valuable. The pleasure is earning the right to be with her. Means making yourself worthy enough to be loved.
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>>100948966
>>100948966
I like being alive, sorry.
There are some shitty things about it, but it's better than being dead.
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>>100946309
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>>100949109
You are not going to achieve it though.
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>>100949153
One never knows.
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>>100949182
Well, if you believe in the occult.
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>>100949109
>>100949153
There are somethings beyond human capabilities, like immortality, light-speed travel, time travel, body reconstruction etc.

These things require energy sources and nano-technology that are exotic in nature, and not available on earth.
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>>100949153
He'll do it or die trying.
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Congrats /a/, this is you:

>This is an exert from July 22, 1961: Weekend Magazine.

Will life be worth living in 2000AD?

You will be whisked around in monorail vehicles at 200 miles an hour and you will think nothing of taking a fortnight's holiday in outer space.

Your house will probably have air walls, and a floating roof, adjustable to the angle of the sun.

The status symbol of the year 2000 will be the home computer help, which will help mother tend the children, cook the meals and issue reminders of appointments.

Food won't be very different from 1961, but there will be a few new dishes - instant bread, sugar made from sawdust, foodless foods (minus nutritional properties), juice powders and synthetic tea and cocoa. Energy will come in tablet form.

At work, Dad will operate on a 24 hour week. The office will be air-conditioned with stimulating scents and extra oxygen - to give a physical and psychological lift.

It will be the age of press-button transportation. Rocket belts will increase a man's stride to 30 feet, and bus-type helicopters will travel along crowded air skyways. There will be moving plastic-covered pavements, individual hoppicopters, and 200 m.p.h. monorail trains operating in all large cities.

The family car will be soundless, vibrationless and self-propelled thermostatically. The engine will be smaller than a typewriter. Cars will travel overland on an 18 inch air cushion.

By the year 2020, five per cent of the world's population will have emigrated into space. Many will have visited the moon and beyond.

Our children will learn from TV, recorders and teaching machines. They will get pills to make them learn faster. We shall be healthier, too. There will be no common colds, cancer, tooth decay or mental illness.

Medically induced growth of amputated limbs will be possible. Rejuvenation will be in the middle stages of research, and people will live, healthily, to 85 or 100.
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>>100949340
>These things require energy sources and nano-technology

Wait, what?

Source?

Or is that just an assumption?
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>>100949340
Smarter people than you used to say things like this about stuff we have today.
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>>100948861
>He isn't already an emotionless aspie at this point that has forsaken the pleasures of the flesh

Becoming a robot is just the final step for me. This is how it was meant to be.
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>>100949432
>The status symbol of the year 2000 will be the home computer help, which will help mother tend the children, [...] and issue reminders of appointments.
>Food won't be very different from 1961, but there will be a few new dishes - instant bread, sugar made from sawdust, foodless foods (minus nutritional properties), juice powders and synthetic tea and cocoa.
>Our children will learn from TV, recorders and teaching machines. They will get pills to make them learn faster.
Well, they got some of it kind of right
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>>100949439
Time travel requires wormholes which is still theoretical Light speed travel requires exotic dark matter and dark energy for 100% energy conversion. But the matter travelling at light speed would gain infinite mass, meaning it is impossible.

Reconstruction of cells and DNA requires nanobots to infiltrate the body through blood stream and repair it from the inside, cell by cell. Again, not possible at the moment.
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>>100949432
But that's pulling stuff out of their own ass.

At least today, we can already see it.
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>>100949572
>mind transfer into a robot body
>synthetically created intelligence and designer bodies with wings and rockets for balls
>not pulled out of your ass
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>>100949559
At the moment
nano-technology is already being researched IIRC

>>100949455
I just can't, feeling the warmth of the sunlight upon your skin, the taste of your favorite dish, the cold water running down every inch of your body during a shower,the touch of another human being.
So many things, can't just forsake them.
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>>100949432
>Our children will learn from TV, recorders and teaching machines. They will get pills to make them learn faster. We shall be healthier, too. There will be no common colds, cancer, tooth decay or mental illness.

Heh.
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None of this shit will happen. You can look up stuff on Wikipedia and become an expert on quantum physics and technological advancement. 30 years ago they thought we would be living on Mars and the moon. You don't know shit

Accept your sad life and move on
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>>100949807
>sad life

But life is beautiful anon, how can I be sad?
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>>100949781
>There will be no common colds, cancer, tooth decay or mental illness
Looks like /a/ will no longer be needed
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>>100949807
>You can look up stuff on Wikipedia and become an expert on quantum physics
No you can't. You can definitely become an expert on quantum physics from the internet, but you'll need to look further than Wikipedia at some point.
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>>100949865
>what is a typo
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>>100949885
Ohhh, now I think I see what you meant.
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>>100949865
>You can definitely become an expert on quantum physics from the internet
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>>100949931
With enough time and the right sources? You certainly can.
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>>100941832
>Only humans have preconceived notions of what is attractive or not
It's not like it would be difficult to program in.
Or rather, it would take work, but would be nothing compared to the task of making a decent AI to begin with.
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>>100934962
>genetic engineering

I think you mean VR and AI.

I don't want some 3dpd abortion of mai waifu.
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>>100949432
What do you think of FTL traveling? Personally I don't think we'll see it happening at least in another century.

Feels bad man.
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>>100934962
>How does it feel
It feels terrible. Soon, the word will be populated by only normalfags, because everyone else is going to be inside. Nobody is going to pay attention to the deranging world and it will be just like one of those old sci-fi novels.

>>100936695
They're already here.
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>>100936695
Silly anon, nobody would love you if given the choice.
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>>100939318
Since the time that image first started making the rounds, tablets have come along and made that a lot easier.
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>>100949432
Not sure if bait, but comparing an arbitrary magazine article to the mathematical models that we now have is silly.
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>>100934962
Pretty good OP. Prtty gd
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>tfw CERN Large Hardon Collider opens a portal to 2D world and you can finally meet you're waifu
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>>100951832
I don't see it happening in another ever.
>lol in about 100 years the laws of physics won't be there anymore
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>>100957299
>tfw CERN makes a time machine and causes WWIII, killing 5.7 billion people and throwing the world into dystopia
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>>100957520
Still nothing compared to the 6 trillion of G-d's chosen that died in the shoah.
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