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Published on 15 Aug 2022 / In People & Blogs

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Hi Everyone Sandman Here,

This video is the second video brought to you by a more than generous donation from Mr. Anonymous from Switzerland. This is the 2nd of five videos I'm going to make for him. For this one I want to discuss a daily mail article called: "Rise of the 'Tamagotchi kids': Virtual children that play with you, cuddle you, and even look like you will be commonplace in 50 years – and could help combat overpopulation, AI expert predicts." So who is this so called AI expert and why does she get it so wrong. Well her name is Catriona Campbell. The first thing she gets wrong believing tht in 50 years the world is going to have an overpopulation problem. That claim alone discredits her. Is she not paying attention to the fertility rates crashing all over the western and much of the eastern worlds? She tries to tap into nostalgia by saying people will cuddle with augmented reality kids with a name like that. Tamagotchi was a fad that lasted a year or two in the mid nineties that mostly the Korean kids in my high school were obsessed with. You had a little toy device connected to your keychain that you had to remember to click some buttons to feed virtually and give it some attention. If you didn't then the creature would die of starvation or neglect and you could start all over again. I don't see it happening. People want to interact with something real or alive. You don't have conversations with Ai software like Siri? You might ask a question or two but that's it. Women won't have virtual kids for the same reason women won't be satisfied with male robots. You can't push their real emotional buttons and more importantly they don't come with a wallet. Catriona studied psychology in school but never became a psychologist. She's involved in the field of human computer interaction and she designed banking interfaces. Those are some of the worst ones I use on a daily basis. Everything is hard to find and the interface is not all that intuitive. Yet she's the one that's going to tell us that we are going to embrace babies while wearing augmented reality glasses. The problem is the human brain cannot be tricked that easily to have a relationship with technology. When I was in a long term relationship it was hard for me to get my partner to use the dishwasher for some reason. I bought a robot vacuum cleaner for my mother and it she didn't use it for almost two years before I helped her set it up. If the women I knew had issues with technology as simple as that do you think they will want to deal with a robot baby? Look at the technology women use today, ie smart phones. They use technology so they can communicate with others through it. It doesn't create a relationship bond between woman and machine. Instead it augments relationships with other human beings through the use of technology. Before the internet girls rarely used computers. Suddenly when ICQ and email became ubiquitous that's when things began to change. When it was just static video games where you didn't play with your friends or when a computer wasn't connected to the internet and real people women didn't care. Sure the odd woman would connect but most wouldn't. Catriona is nuts thinking that women are going to interact with technology like it's a real person. Get a woman a robotic vaccuum cleaner and see how well that works and if she's excited or not. I'll discuss more in a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The Red Pill Ring:






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WMHarrison94
WMHarrison94 2 months ago

I agree Sandman. The Mark of the Beast maybe more than one thing, but I believe all of its components is tied to the internet. We shall see soon shan't we? Good video bro as always the Sandman Standard.

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eldrazi317
eldrazi317 2 months ago

I can agree, the internet is an important component towards the total isolation of people. Communities in this time are a thing of the past. Or at least in ‘advanced societies’.

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AwfulDIGGER
AwfulDIGGER 2 months ago

This also reminds Me of the male gigalo movie with Rob S. If it weren't for the pound me too movement and other legal pitfalls, it might be a viable business option.

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zdoctor
zdoctor 2 months ago

and i bet whaman could not raise a robot child correctly either

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AwfulDIGGER
AwfulDIGGER 2 months ago

I would not bet against that. Dead digital kids everywhere. >D

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zdoctor
zdoctor 2 months ago

@AwfulDIGGER: ....DIGITAL KIDS WITH MENTAL ISSUES. piercings and blue, orange, green and yellow plastic everywhere after a good feminist programming.

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WMHarrison94
WMHarrison94 2 months ago

@zdoctor: yeah but reprogramming them would be a cinch.

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hqwebsite
hqwebsite 2 months ago

Timestamp 11:26 - https://store.steampowered.com/app/1332010/Stray/

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hqwebsite
hqwebsite 2 months ago

Those robot babies used in sex education may actually increase teen pregnancies
-Many girls enjoyed the experience of taking care of the baby

https://www.theverge.com/2016/....8/26/12658162/robot-

https://twitter.com/AusSMC/sta....tus/7690078306868387

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AwfulDIGGER
AwfulDIGGER 2 months ago

I had this thought in high school. Exposure to parenting paired with realistic knowledge of the consequences might be positive. Too many scare tactics in sex and drug "education" causes more problems than positive outcomes.

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WMHarrison94
WMHarrison94 2 months ago

AwfulDIGGER: you do not think that was their goal the more broke outcomes?

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WindSage
WindSage 2 months ago

The dools look somewhat realistic. I asume its like when women see a newborn, they want a baby for themselves. I would be interested how it would turn out if they did the same experiment with the boys. My hypothesis is that maybe teen chad gets less women pregnant and maybe teen non-chads get some action.

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