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Published on 25 Jan 2021 / In Science & Technology

TECH | Japan Releases Fully Functioning Female Robots 34

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Shadow Monk
Shadow Monk 2 months ago

Hallelujah

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SQUEAK077
SQUEAK077 2 months ago

Detroit also said to curb honda we will just make a bigger gas tank and not a smaller economical car and look at what happened.

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ThinkorDie
ThinkorDie 3 months ago

So they may have a Soong android sitting in cold storage right now. The irony of having a T-800 that looks like Sarah Connor. Seriously, I am thinking about if it is possible to download your Siri or Alexa or what-have-you into one of these exquisite creations - and the impact thereof.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 3 months ago

which sarah connor are you thinking about? the one form the movies or the one from the tv series?

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KEEPER
KEEPER 3 months ago

i actually prefer the one on the tv series myself.

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ThinkorDie
ThinkorDie 3 months ago

@KEEPER: Movies. The TV one looks like she'll leave you for her brother (haha).

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KEEPER
KEEPER 3 months ago

@jackson60199: you mean her son lol.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 3 months ago

the paradox is killing me! lol

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ThinkorDie
ThinkorDie 3 months ago

@KEEPER: Yep!! at least it isn't liquid metal.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 3 months ago

@jackson60199: nah , i'm just messing around with the son bit lol. but it's weird though, because the kyle reese bit he was a kid when the terminators took over and sarah was in her 30s. but because he grew up into a man into the future and was sent back into the past, how the hell did he know for himself to get with sarah and have a kid with? it's a weird plot. but it's interesting none the less.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 3 months ago

at least that's how the story went in the tv series. and funny enough, i liked the series more than the movies. i mean the movies had much better fight scenes, but the story was better written and deeper in the tv show.

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ThinkorDie
ThinkorDie 3 months ago

@KEEPER: I tried mapping the timeline and I needed a shot of whiskey to cling to my sanity. (Deep Breathe) I think Terminator '84 is really the 2nd timeline (the audience never sees the first) where it just happened to be Reese that popped the "P", while the first timeline has a random donor.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 3 months ago

@jackson60199: and that's what the series somewhat covers. the funny thing is that he eventually sees his father as an child in the tv show. but he first meets his fathers brother who is never mentioned in the first movie, idk if there is a book that talks about this info either.

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ThinkorDie
ThinkorDie 3 months ago

@KEEPER: Based on this, all of the movies could still "technically" make sense - if you view it from the lens of timeline tampering, each planned trilogy was a timeline that could have told more stories. Technically, making each attempt a new timeline. Check out Class of 1999 for good robot action too, well not like this action but you know.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 3 months ago

@jackson60199: oh, i could absolutely believe that concept. and it would also make sense as well. so the tv show could be just an alternate timeline.

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Ratherbefishing
Ratherbefishing 2 months ago

@KEEPER: I'll take the Android Cameron played by Summer Glau.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 2 months ago

@Ratherbefishing: she was pretty banging to.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 2 months ago

@Ratherbefishing: that webpage has some fucked up scripts, I had to block them.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 2 months ago

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KEEPER
KEEPER 2 months ago

@Ratherbefishing: now you got me hooked.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 2 months ago

And just like that I'm looking at the girl from Chuck.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 2 months ago

She's like the OG sex doll.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 2 months ago

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MR Mayhem
MR Mayhem 3 months ago

The community that would be created by having these women. Arranged marriages, a deep and meaningful relationship with her parents, before you even meet her, true trust in relationships, Lives not being destroyed cause she got bored or wanted more. What would a world as such be like and evolve into?

It really highlights just how badly human women are failing human men. It's sad.

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MR Mayhem
MR Mayhem 3 months ago

Kermit thee frog here.

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ExperimentalGroup
ExperimentalGroup 3 months ago

Shakaama has alot of content on this topic. America is so disinterested in the social robot thing because the government makes so much money from the lack or relationships or their collapse, through fines and sanctions placed on men. Really, the only way something like this would happen is if one of us, the mgtow contingent, has gotten into contact with a Japanese manufacturer and obtained permit to open a headquarters in America. I imagine the learning curve to manufacture these things without their input and tech would yield a product that would walk and function very much like an old Chuck E. Cheese animatronic puppet

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