If Not a Dolphin, If Not Yourself, Then Marry a Robot

Not tonight, dear, I have to reboot.”

Artificial-intelligence researcher David Levy projected a mock image on a screen of a smiling bride in a wedding dress holding hands with a short robot groom. “Why not marry a robot? Look at this happy couple,” he said to a chuckling crowd…. In his 2007 book, Love and Sex with Robots, Levy contends that sex, love and even marriage between humans and robots are coming soon and, perhaps, are even desirable.

Indeed, if same-sex “marriage” advocates succeeding in tossing off all bounds relating to the definition of marriage, there won’t be much left to prevent marrying robots. Or dolphins. Or yourself…

Related:

… and any article you see on same-sex “marriage.”

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