Experts predict the marriages of robots if equality is accepted


The university of London has made a suggestion that people will be able to marry robots in 2050 as the scientists will be able to breathe life into machine on that level that they won’t differ much from humans. Adrian Cheok, a computing professor at City University London and director of the Mixed Reality Lab in Singapore, says the prediction is not so unlikely. Prof Cheok told the conference: “That might seem outrageous because it’s only 35 years away. But 35 years ago people thought homosexual marriage was outrageous,” says Cheok, who also spoke at the conference. Until the 1970s, some states didn’t allow white and black people to marry each other. Society does progress and change very rapidly.”

“People assume that everyone can get married, have sex, fall in love. But actually many don’t,” he says. “A lot of human marriages are very unhappy,” Cheok says. “Compared to a bad marriage, a robot will be better than a human.”


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