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ETHICS OF SEX WITH ROBOT

With alarming exponential outburst in the production and technical developments of sex robots otherwise known as sexbots, which has amounted to the rapid conservations of the future of free sex and human relationships. This issue pose a numerous questions to us concerning dehumanizing our society with the use of artificial intelligence and androids.

Sexbots may take the mainstream, unlike sex toys and dolls that are typically sold off-the-radar, and according to a survey in the United States, suggests that almost half of American thinks having sex with robots will be common in the next 50 years.

THE FUTURE OF SEX

Although the benefits of robots cannot be under emphasized in our society and culture, but robotics must be developed ethically, so that the danger of dehumanization by robots can be controlled. Technology is not sophisticated enough to build an autonomous robot that can choose to object having sex or even to love, which means robots cannot consent, even if our technology developed to evince love and lust and it is still an algorithm which means it still cannot consent, and that is slavery, originally love and sex cannot be bought, people that believe that sex can be bought are trading on a dangerous illusion/idea that “sex is a commodity” and “human can be tool” body as a property, because love and sex cannot be extracted or transfer outside a person, the only possible way to trade sex is to extract it out of a person’s body.

RATIONALIZATION OF HUMAN EXPLOITATION

Love and sex are not a transferable object, therefore making it impossible to buy them, numerous efforts has been put forth by numbers of renowned philosophers to produce a justification and rationalization of human exploitation, trying to create modifications and complications to think the body be separated from a personality and in fact thinking a body as a property or tool, according to Aristotle in his politics 12353b23 stated that “Tools may be animate as well as inanimate…. a slave is a sort of living piece of properties.” What Aristotle did is to create an illusion that can be used to rationalize the exploitation of human being, he made it possible for us to consider humans as tools and can be exploited because they can be proper. Another philosopher Renne Descartes also make us believe that the mind and the body are separate that the mind belongs to a person but the body is a thing, this and a lot of ideas has been successfully integrated to our modern culture, which is an attempt to create a rationalization of human exploitation, for example “prostitution” which is assumed to be a personal free choice. But prostitution cannot be selling sex it is just selling the exploitation of human being. Although it is possible to have love without sex and as well have sex without love, but it is impossible to have sex and love without personhood, they are both conservatives exclusively for living persons and creatures, so it is wrong to have sex outside a person,

SEX AND ROBOTS

It is psychologically incorrect to ever have the idea of a sex robots or artificial sexual personnel, because sex is a function of a body and it is not correct to separate personhood from a body, but the development of ideas that is rationalizing the exploit of humans has created a sex robot which are supposed to be refers to a mechanical robots or porn robots.

THEIR IMPLICATIONS ON ONLINE DATING

Online dating for India gives you the chance to be yourself to opening a world of new opportunities, these and some other significant success online dating has made to our society can be easily destroyed if the exponential production and development of sex robots persist. Which might result to:

  • It will be a bad idea for online dating marketers, because there would be dehumanization, which means lesser people will engage in online dating.
  • It would reduce the social skills that are essential to human connections
  • Missing out on great relationships with people which online dating has always been producing.

Can Artificial Intelligence Help Fight Against Online Dating Scams?

Blinded by love, the online dating environment has seen most users fall prey to online scams, what is the role of artificial intelligence to this effect?

The Horrors of Online Dating Scams in Recent Years

Over the years, millions of people have turned to online dating with the hopes of finding love, unfortunately exposing them to the horrible schemes of fraudsters who come with the promise of love only to swindle them out of money.

According to recent research by the University of Warwick, most dating scams follow a predictable pattern. A fraudster creates a fake profile, makes a love connection with or offers free sex to an unsuspecting prey, and as soon as the victim falls in love with them, they proceed to make monetary or gift demands. In 2017, over 3000 online daters lost a collective sum of $14,600 and more to roam-cons, and most are often too embarrassed to make a report to the authorities.

Up until in recent times, no substantial efforts have been made to improve the state of current online dating/ matching algorithms to detect such fake accounts, but now, AI has come up with the promise of such, thus aiding law enforcement agencies to target these horrendous scammers.

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Curbing Online Dating Scams

According to a February 2019 publication by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, dating apps and websites could soon use computing algorithms that ‘think’ like humans to pinpoint fake profiles designed to con victims. The most recent algorithm was developed by the University of Warwick and funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). Its primary task is to understudy the essential characteristics of a fake profile and apply that knowledge in detecting similar accounts on a given dating app.

However, the technology isn’t near perfect yet as shown by a recent demonstration of competency (see https://en-sg.datinginsider.net). In a recent trial operation, the algorithm produced a very low false-positive rate of around 1 percent. Hence, there a need to tighten the loose ends in future versions. While briefing on the importance of such technology, University of Warwick’s Prof. Sorell said: “Online dating fraud is a very common, often unreported crime that causes huge distress and embarrassment for victims as well as financial loss. Hence, Using AI techniques to help reveal suspicious activity could be a game-changer that makes detection and prevention quicker, easier and more effective, ensuring that people can use dating sites with much more confidence in future.”