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AI + Brain/Computer Interface news & commentary Robowaifu Technician 09/15/2019 (Sun) 10:35:53 No.253 [Reply]
DARPA Wants Brain Implants That Record From 1 Million Neurons

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>>5185 I agree that practical advances are important. That's why I'm building one, after all. But just look at the quality of 3D animation nowadays. Holy fuckin' shit how far it's come! It's already better than reality if you ask me! For example, Aerith or Tifa from the recent FF7 remake? Combine a 3d animated model of this quality with even half-decent A.I. and that's waifu for laifu material right there!
>>5199 I guess what I'm thinking of would be a souped-up version of that PS4 VR game 'Summer Lesson', but maybe more Augmented Reality with IoT integrated so she appears to be cooking or cleaning when in fact it's the appliances running IRL and the animations are synced over the top of that. Sure, you'd still have to provide the correct ingredients for cooking in barcoded containers and go to pre-designated interaction points in your room/house but I think that would still be pretty awesome. Especially if you could take her outside with you on your mobile phone, too.
>>5200 >the appliances running IRL and the animations are synced over the top of that. I'm not too sure if the Visual Waifu got all the old archives synced across or not, but iirc this notion was discussed a bit there. Could be related, so might be of some interest. >>240
>>5185 >Dreaming is very nice, but getting things done is more important. I think we're all trying to create 'practical' things here Anon, even if they're virtual. Otherwise, we'd all be hanging out on /clang/ wherever that might be today, rip.
>>5199 >It's already better than reality if you ask me! /thrad

AI Design principles and philosophy Robowaifu Technician 09/09/2019 (Mon) 06:44:15 No.27 [Reply]
My understanding of AI is somewhat limited, but personally I find the software end of things far more interesting than the hardware side. To me a robot that cannot realistically react or hold a conversation is little better than a realdoll or a dakimakura.

As such, this is a thread for understanding the basics of creating an AI that can communicate and react like a human. Some examples I can think of are:

>ELIZA
ELIZA was one of the first chatbots, and was programmed to respond to specific cues with specific responses. For example, she would respond to "Hello" with "How are you". Although this is one of the most basic and intuitive ways to program a chat AI, it is limited in that every possible cue must have a response pre-programmed in. Besides being time-consuming, this makes the AI inflexible and unadaptive.

>Cleverbot
The invention of Cleverbot began with the novel idea to create a chatbot using the responses of human users. Cleverbot is able to learn cues and responses from the people who use it. While this makes Cleverbot a bit more intelligent than ELIZA, Cleverbot still has very stilted responses and is not able to hold a sensible conversation.

>Taybot
Taybot is the best chatbot I have ever seen and shows a remarkable degree of intelligence, being able to both learn from her users and respond in a meaningful manner. Taybot may even be able to understand the underlying principles of langauge and sentence construction, rather than simply responding to phrases in a rote fashion. Unfortunately, I am not sure how exactly Taybot was programmed or what principles she uses, and it was surely very time-intensive.

Which of these AI formats is most appealing? Which is most realistic for us to develop? Are there any other types you can think of? Please share these and any other AI discussion in this thread!
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>>7878 Okay, maybe that's the right place. I'll look through it again, since it has been a while. I rather remembered it as oriented towards movement, probably since the title picture is a rather mindless factory robot..
>>7879 As you mentioned I think it deserves it's own thread, and possibly as a collection of pseudo-code exemplars for a /robowaifu/ compendium for submission to >>7855 >- Internet community devoted to coming up with exact wordings for wishes: Open-Source Wish Project
>>7881 BTW, on the topic of pseudocode, while not a strict language specification like C++ or Python, still we as an independent group can certainly devise a standard for pseudocode here for our own use. IMO, it should be very close to one of these two languages to facilitate both specific technical clarity, and also fairly direct translation into functional code. You seem to have suggested something similar, AFAICT.
>>7882 To me it's more important to have something to express my ideas in a simple way and making it easy for non-programmers to follow and contribute. Doesn't need to be very strict, for all I care. If we create a spec, we will first need to discuss that and then later people will point out each others mistakes... My examples are like a very simplified Python, which is already close to human language. I thought it would be okay to use commas as AND like we humans normally do in our language. But then in the last example it's clear to me that 'something, context' means in that context, not AND. Humans will probably understand this by filling the gap and make their interpretation. However, maybe should have pointed out better that these different blocks are like functions, I autocompleted that in my mind, but people which don't write functional programs wouldn't see it. There's also the problem that functions are normally defined at the beginning of a program, then maybe called by some loop or other functions later. Made it a bit more like programming (Python3): define check_ambiguity: my_opinion(topic, context) general_opinion(topic, context) find_additional_context(topic) while 42 is True: if abode="kitchen", occ="washing dishes", human_input="": stop "washing dishes" do something if is_question(human_input): check_ambiguity

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>>7896 >If we create a spec, we will first need to discuss that and then later people will point out each others mistakes... That's a good thing, and it's how we advance as developers. For a domain with such stringent technical requirements as software development, reducing ambiguity is overall much more important to the process than catering to aversion to disagreement. In fact a good coding standard literally eliminates 'pointing out each other's mistakes' whenever it's just insubstantial pilpul handwaving, and not a fundamental flaw in logic or design. But obviously the ability to come to an agreement on specific standard would be pretty vital for a small team that is devising their own from scratch. I think the example you gave (and the points you made) are a pretty good example. >Also, I can't correct errors in here... Yeah, it's a basic issue with imageboards as a forum (not that most other forums are much better in general). If we ever move to some other software then that might be feasible, but till then you just have to deal with it. On /robowaifu/ original posters are allowed to delete their postings. The way I deal with the need is to just copy+delete, then edit+repost. We'd actually need to make a written document to work back and forth on at some point it we actually want to establish this paradigm here. Specific files are better as references than trying to comb through postings, even with good search tools.

F = ma Robowaifu Technician 12/13/2020 (Sun) 04:24:19 No.7777 [Reply]
Alright mathematicians/physicians report in. Us Plebeians need your honest help to create robowaifus in beginner's terms. How do we make our robowaifus properly dance with us at the Royal Ball? >tl;dr Surely in the end it will be the laws of physic and not mere hyperbole that brings us all real robowaifus in the end. Moar maths kthx.
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>>7786 >analyse the inverse pendulum problem. This. Specifically, we need a both forward- and inverse-kinematics solver system that will work on the multi-jointed bipedal complex of hips/knees/ankles/feet. This solver should at the least be able to address a steady-state mass affixed directly centered above the pelvis (the so called center of gravity in a typical humanoid) and allow for walking. This central mass is the 'inverse pendulum' and the solver must address successfully the complex just mentioned.
>>7786 >Ballroom dancing robot Does it have to have legs or can it just roll about on wheels? Because I reckon a robot skidding about the ballroom will be much easier. Just call it a new style! (P.S. can ya tell I know nothing about ballroom dancing? :D)
>>7786 >but would certainly like a ballroom dancing bot. Seconded. What if /robowaifu/ were to focus explicitly and specifically on solving that single problem alone Anon? Wouldn't we in many practical ways be advancing the much bigger set of general motion solutions for robowaifus across the entire spectrum? Surely ballroom dancing represents a domain that really pushes the envelope of sophisticated, discriminating humanoid bodily motion, yet without going to real extremes like robowaifu gymnasts or qt3.14 robowaifu enforcers. Seems like a relatively balanced goal for us that is a real achievement in itself, but not too unreachable conceptually overall.
related xpost, I think. >>7825
>>7802 >...about on wheels? Because I reckon a robot skidding... That could be a good solution to start with. One of the requirements for dancing Viennese Waltz without getting too tired, is to maintain close contact and move past each other instead of trying to rotate. The cool thing is that the motion looks like continuous spinning when really you're stepping forward through your partner and doing a 180 degree turn and then repeat the action this time moving backwards. Do this cleanly enough and fast enough (6/8 timing music is FAST xD), then it will look like quite beautiful, the couple moving around on the floor. In practice, I rarely had a gal that I clicked well enough well enough with (and who cared as much about the dance as I did) to actually make Viennese waltz work. Basic form of this dance has the simplest steps, but one of the most difficult techniques. So mechanical legs are still probably necessary for such a fit (though may be wheels could be used where the feet would be?) >can ya tell I know nothing about ballroom dancing? :D I'll be honest, quite a niche hobby indeed XD >>7811 I like you thinking. I'm in a similar boat in that, I want a robo-waifu to entertain me (by communication and dancing). Other features are not necessary to me. So as you point out, developments should happen in parallel and in different areas. Perhaps much further down the line functionality could be combined (though I would not sacrifice ballroom abilihy for much else :P) Perhaps if we agreed on a common "personality core", which could be attached to different robo-waifu models, depending on the required task. Still get to have *your* waifu, just the outer hardware changes. >>7830

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Robowaifu Psychology Thread Robowaifu Technician 05/07/2020 (Thu) 09:27:27 No.2731 [Reply]
I hope to have useful links and images in the future, this is just a quickly thrown together glorified character sheet maker at this point. Ok so you can program, but HOW to make her thoughts work? At least on a creative level. I don't have much to contribute other than my rather obsessive what-ifs, I hope this is useful somehow. A few questions you might want to ask yourself before typing up some kind of bio or writing down conversations and quotes you imagine she would say are... 1. How close to the canon do I want to be? 2. How much canon is there? 3. How would I want to make her mine vs someone else's interpretation of the same character? Take note of those answers, if your memory sucks record them in a method you are comfortable with. I think typing might be faster for most. And you might want to revisit what you wrote here sometimes when making certain personality design choices. Use your answers here as a basic guide. For the most part, just go through writer's sites for character questionnaires. And before you omit a question, think of how could you use the basics of what it is asking to build your waifu's personality? For example, if a question rubs you off the wrong way politically, still use that question. But answer in your own way or even reword the question. Some of these types of questions are supposed to make you think hard about what shaped your character's dislikes, which is still important to what makes a person themselves. You may need to revisit some of these or even omit certain ones entirely. But try to figure out how to get that info in somehow later. This process can take a long time and be frustrating, but I think it has a place in the waifubot creation experience. Also, try think how would your waifu react if the story went differently at some point. This can get really dramatic real easy, but it doesn't have to. Just start with simple things like what would she say if asked to tell a joke? What does she find funny? What does she find cringey? Things like that, and don't be afraid to make what they call a 'brain dump'. Pretty much just type with minimal breaks and type everything that comes to your mind about the topic. You might get some useful info amongst the 'why am I doing this?' 'I need to take a shit' quotes. Also just use some of those story prompts. Also, try to use the more realistic day to day ones, like things that could happen in real life. Less exciting but pretty sure you aren't going on fantasy journeys with her IRL. Using these types of prompts will give her more to say on mundane everyday things, vs Skyrim politics. (But that could be fun sometimes)

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>>7863 >your index thread >our* haha, ftfy anon. :^) And actually we have around 7 to 8 million characters of text here on /robowaifu/ atm, and maybe 27k - 29k unique words, many often highly technical in nature. In the Library Thread a fairly recent JSON archive of the board is available to everyone, so have a look at it and judge for yourself on this matter. I'd say that even at this relatively early stage we're quite a different kind of imageboard, certainly not the norm and should be fairly judged accordingly. Interesting about the dialog thread idea. Maybe you could expound on that further at some point. I'd like to learn more.
>write, write, write OP, I'm way too lazy for that. There are some very common personality tests, like Myers-Briggs. Why not use them backwards: Look around for some fora where users explicitly state specific results like personalitycafe.com and typologycentral.com and check if you can get enough reference text for the various types such a test supposedly identifies. (My impression with MB is that the introvert-extrovert distinction is very important and reliable, the other stuff is eh.) If there is enough reference material, the diagnosis labels can become options in a character creator.
>>7868 That's a great idea for a source, though I don't know yet how to get the behavior into code. Do you want to train a NN on it?
I once saw a few interesting interviews with Hubert Dreyfus, a Californian professor on psychology. He once became well known for warning that the approach to AI in the 60s would lead to nothing. The interviews are on Youtube. I reference some related material her, which I once downloaded and looked into. I had to use Catbox, since this site here doesn't allow textfiles... https://files.catbox.moe/7wxhy3.txt .. l also made some notes, but won't upload them today. The linked file contains magnet links to download, you could find them on your own on any torrent site. Use a VPN or so to hide your IP if that's important to you. It's just educational material and a bit older, so it shouldn't be a problem. It's about Existentialism, and might be important to create some human-like mind. Though it might also not be very urgent to know about that stuff, since it might only matter in some time. However, maybe someone has the time and wish to look into it: >Heidegger: A Starting - Survival Kit (Books, EN, ~300MB) >Martin Heidegger: Audio (in German), Speeches, Biography, ... (500 MB) >No Excuses: Existentialism and the Meaning of Life (Video lectures, EN, 4.5GB) >Hubert Dreyfus' Lectures on Heidegger's Being and Time (500 MB, Audio lectures, EN, partially bad quality) The "No Excuses" video lessons might be the best to start, or to only get an overview what this is about. This series is about different philosophers and authors, the rest is mainly about Heidegger's work, but not only. It also makes sense to look into the interviews with Hubert Dreyfus, for a start or a peek: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUZUbYCBtGI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHJQ3IjQfKI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CHgt2Szk-I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KR1TJERFzp0 There's alot more... >>7868 >>7869 This thread >>18 is related, bc it's about personality. We have two different threads for that, lol, I mean one for personality and one for psychology. Now, who's explaining the difference? Let me try: Psychology is more general, the types of personalities (if they exist) are more of a distinction between different individuals. >>7865

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>>7874 Anon I'm creating areas for generally problematic postings as a way to protect the health and welfare of the board in general. I'm calling this the subterranean club b/c they are located inside bumplocked threads. Allow me to repeat a quote I previously made, again here: >>7477 >...But if I feel a direct attack is being levied against the motivation and psychological state of our board's members then I'll will oppose that with vigor -- as well I should. The Sky is Falling will be for things we arbitrarily consider first and foremost about engendering blackpilling, discouragement, dejection, depression, demotivation, fear, panic, and other such harmful things. The Humanist philosophy of Existentialism fits squarely into this category IMO, and has little to do with a robowaifu's 'psychology' as well. Feel free to continue posting this type of thing here on /robowaifu/ as you see fit, but by the same token don't be surprised or offended if they get rearranged elsewhere. Your existentialism philosophy postings will be moved there along with many other types of posts by other users (including a few of my own rather misguided ones). Feel free to debate the pros and cons of such a decision afterwards either there or in the /meta. >=== -prose edit
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Hold onto your papers Robowaifu Technician 09/16/2019 (Mon) 05:59:19 No.269 [Reply]
It's hard to keep track of all the developments that are happening in artificial intelligence and related areas. Perhaps we could share our favourite research papers to get a better feel for all the progress happening and what we need to do next to make robowaifus a reality.

I'm mostly focused on general intelligence but this thread can be for anything that has captured and held your attention for long periods of time, whether in speech synthesis, creativity, robotics, materials, or anything else.
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Most may be already familiar with AlphaZero, the general reinforcement learning algorithm that mastered Chess, Shogi, and Go through self-play. It's a significant contribution everyone learning about AI needs to understand. It uses ResNets for a policy network and a Monte Carlo tree search to explore most likely possibilities and collapse the search tree into an improved probability distribution of expected outcomes for each possible move.

Original AlphaGo (January 2016)
<Paper:
storage.googleapis.com/deepmind-media/alphago/AlphaGoNaturePaper.pdf

AlphaGo Zero (October 2017)
<Publication:
deepmind.com/blog/alphago-zero-learning-scratch/
<Paper:
www.nature.com/articles/nature24270
<How it works (summary):
www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgowR4pq3e8
<How it works:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuzIqE2IshY

AlphaZero (December 2018)
<Publication:
deepmind.com/blog/alphazero-shedding-new-light-grand-games-chess-shogi-and-go/
<Early paper:
arxiv.org/abs/1712.01815
<Full paper:
science.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/362/6419/1140?ijkey=XGd77kI6W4rSc&keytype=ref&siteid=sci
<How it works (in-depth):
www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Z31-5D3RZg
<Tutorial:
web.stanford.edu/~surag/posts/alphazero.html

https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=2ciR6rA85tg
The papers are rather being posted in the relevant threads, but we could use this thread to share some sources for longer articles and papers to download. arXiv is a free distribution service and an open-access archive for 1,811,158 scholarly articles in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance, statistics, electrical engineering and systems science, and economics. Materials on this site are not peer-reviewed by arXiv: https://arxiv.org/ "The Machine Intelligence Research Institute, formerly the Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence, is a non-profit research institute focused since 2005 on identifying and managing potential existential risks from artificial general intelligence. MIRI's work has focused on a friendly AI approach to system design and on predicting the rate of technology development." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machine_Intelligence_Research_Institute Artificial Intelligence @ MIRI We do foundational mathematical research to ensure smarter-than-human artificial intelligence has a positive impact. https://intelligence.org/ This posting >>7855 is based on an article from there. Looking into their research might be useful when our AI is getting more complex, not just be AIML chatbots. They have research, papers, and analyses on their website.
>>7857 >but we could use this thread to share some sources for longer articles and papers to download. Good idea, thanks Anon.

Robowaifus' unique advantages Robowaifu Technician 09/09/2019 (Mon) 05:24:52 No.17 [Reply]
People often think about robots as just a replacement for a human partner, but that is a very limiting view. Let's think about the unique benefits of having a robowaifu, things that a human couldn't or wouldn't give you. What needs and desires would you robot wife fulfill that you couldn't fulfill even in a "great marriage" with a flesh and blood woman?

I'd want my robowaifu to squeeze me and to hold me tight when I sleep, sort of like a weighted blanket. I know it's a sign of autism. I don't care.
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- No aging / Replacement body, - Warmer body in winter nights, cooling in summer - No opposition to polygamy - Better and younger looking - Better attitude, stress resiliency - Better memory, other AI advantages - No social connections and obligations - Resiliency against mental hacking (Feminism, ...) - Low consumption demands and costs - Encouragement to learn about technologies
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>>4288 Very encouraging post Anon. How can 3DPD compete?
>>4288 This is somehow... bad?
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Bump because while I may be going on tangent compared to the discussion here, the picture is very appropriate to the topic I'll discuss. Can we turn anything into a robowaifu? Think about it. I think we're mostly otakus here, so the barrier of entry to turn anything into a waifu may be lower than we think. Let's start with man's most common hobbies. Our hobbies intersect and have a lot in common such as DIY philosophy / scratchbuilding / kitbashing, 3D printing, and microcontroller electronics. Model rocket waifu: Pros: nothing beats watching your waifu launch herself 300ft into the air. Cons: She'll get caught in a tree, fall on top of a roof, will get lost easily. Will be made of cardboard, balsa, styrofoam. Analysis: Will not really be much of a waifu, but more of a rocket. Model plane / model helicopter / drone waifu: Pros: Your waifu will be tacticool and be able to spy on your neighbors. Cons: With all the gear she'll probably be heavy and need a license or government permission to take off. Analysis: Any airborne waifu seems to be not in the cards at the moment, all the gyroscopic calculations can be better used to research near-bipedal movement instead. RC car / RC tank waifu:

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>>7816 >Can we turn anything into a robowaifu? Think about it. Kek. Yeah, we pretty much can Anon. :^)

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new user and seeing how it works the anonymous wig 12/09/2020 (Wed) 15:52:56 No.7650 [Reply]
I am new to this ib so I am seeing how it works. Could you show me how to use this ib and its rules? Example of how to put programming text, use bold, what programs use, etc. > aldo sorry for my shit vocabulary I am learning to speak English > aldo 2 I am very excited to learn and help when I understand the subject well.
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>>7745 Although I already know the term oc, it is a nice detail that you highlight it for me, thanks
>>7728 Yeah, I had a hunch that he actually meant the real mycelium stuff, not some name of a doll or character from a show called that way... >>7742 >>> Also, you need a printer >Which one would you recommend? When it comes to quality-price Since we only have a small size of samples here, I'm not sure we could even tell for certain. It also depends on time vs. money. I choose an Artillery Genius, seem to have had more troubles than others (bad luck) but it was doable. I had no experience in mechanics and no help. But a little nut was bad and I had to disassemble it a bit. There's a thread on printers here >>94
>>7758 >Okay, I'm used to drawing on paper and I'm learning how to use a graphics tablet. You don't have to wait till then Anon. Just take pictures of your work and post it. Be sure to scrub any exif data from them! >As soon as I have some quality I can share I will pass it on Look forward to it.
>>7796 ayyyyyyy my memedata that I have been giving all my life without knowing it kek how is it removed? >also Do I upload it to my thread or in which thread do I post it?
>>7814 Please use your own thread Anon. Your GPS data is obviously the most important tag to remove. There are many other tools related, but this seems to be commonly used. https://metacpan.org/pod/exiftool You can usually just install it from your Linux package manager.

your file is too big onii-chan Robowaifu Technician 09/12/2019 (Thu) 02:58:03 No.152 [Reply]
it's a commendable quest to try to breath life into metal and a topic i am very interested in. but, does anyone else stop and wonder whether it is right to bring waifus to the real world?
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A lot of normies see what I am working on and their first reaction is naturally "Sexbot hur-dur-hur!" I always tell them that it's MUCH worse than that. If I just wanted a doll to ejaculate into then I could spend four or five grand on a high-quality silicone doll and be done with it. I see robots as a way for humanity to escape or at least circumvent the suffering and DNA-bound slavery of organic life. The futile cycle of mortality - the deprivation and temporary fulfillment. Also, less philosophically; robots are a gateway to learning programming and electronics. When making my robowaifu I always remind myself that it is her who matters, not me. My name and my history are unimportant. All that matters is what I can create. After years of struggling just to build up my C.V. I had to find a cause or project that was bigger than myself.
>>7782 >After years of struggling just to build up my C.V. I had to find a cause or project that was bigger than myself. Thanks for sharing that Anon. As you mentioned, philosophy can play an important role in our choices regarding robowaifus. Particularly if, like yourself, we are driven to strive for something important to more than just ourselves. It's not inconceivable that what /robowaifu/ is attempting may in fact benefit literally millions in the end. And not just the men either, but also (apparently ironically) women as well. If the woman somehow has sense enough in herself to not try and be a man (nor attempt to usurp the man's natural authority in their relationship) then they will certainly have a healthier mental state as well. The soon-coming robowaifu industry can be a catalyst for some women to rethink their roles in society, to the betterment of us all. OTOH, I have to take issue that you aren't important Anon. At the very least your work is already an inspiration and encouragement here. Godspeed to you.
>>7782 >A lot of normies see what I am working on and their first reaction is naturally "Sexbot hur-dur-hur!" >I always tell them that it's MUCH worse than that. If I just wanted a doll to ejaculate into then I could spend four or five grand on a high-quality silicone doll and be done with it. Normalniggerfaggottrannies such as ones who use the word "normie" need to be thoroughly BTFO at every occasion. Next time someone tells your NPC brain your sexbot is a sexbot, answer this: >If I wanted an object that is only good as a cumdump, I'd get a woman
>>7785 >need to be thoroughly BTFO at every occasion. It's fine to enforce good IB culture and etiquette, but I'd say try to find a way to do it that shows both respect and understanding that they are just newfags (and possibly) eternal-summer, underage b&ns. 'BTFO'ing Sophie-Anon would not only be misguided on your part, but it would also be quite detrimental to us all if he somehow took offense at it and perma'd /robowaifu/ off his goto list (not that I think he himself would be that thin-skinned, but it's the principle itself here). For example, did you ever share or kek at a Rare Pepe before Anon? AFAICT, that started out in a NORMIE-friendly forum (correct me if I'm mistaken but Lebbit I think it was?).
>>7783 Thank you anon. I appreciate it. Hopefully our work on /robowaifu/ can make a change for the better in this world, as you say. >>7789 LOL I'm not bothered at all! I've suffered far worse abuse from people IRL (and paid them back sufficiently) to be affected by some minor crudeness on an internet imageboard. Appreciate your support though, anon! Peace and robo-love!

Robowaifu Propaganda and Recruitment Robowaifu Technician 05/07/2020 (Thu) 05:39:42 No.2705 [Reply] [Last]
Attention drawfags and writefags! Your skills will be needed. The task of building and designing a robowaifu is a herculean quest. As great as this community is, /robowaifu/ simply does not have the manpower to real our goal of DIY robowaifus. Luckily for us there are several communities on the internet that we could find new recruits or allies to help us build our waifus: MGTOW - These guys know all about the legal pitfalls of marriage and the dangers of feminism. There is already a lot of talk about sex robots in MGTOW communities. It shouldn't be a hard sell to get them to come here. Incels - Guys that can't get laid. The opportunity for love and companionship should be enough to bring some of these guys over. We need to be careful when recruiting from some of their communities. We don't want to attract negative attention. Monster girls/furry/mlp fandoms - The only way these guys are going to be able to have their harpy/elf/goblin/anthro/pony/whatever gf is with a robowaifu. They have an interest in seeing us succeed. Again we need to be careful here not to attract the wrong kind of people that will bring us the wrong kind of attention. Male STEM students - Generally these guys aren't going to get laid until after they have established themselves. A robowaifu could really help them. This may be a harder sell because many of them have been brainwashed in university, but they have skills that we could really use. Transhumanists/biohackers - Many of the technologies involved in building a robowaifu could be used in transhumanist or biohacking applications such as building an avatar. They may have some interest in helping us out. We will need to be careful which transhumanist communities we go after as many of them are full of feminism, tumblr tier sexualities and genders, and SJW's. Cyberpunks and technophiles - These guys (and they are usually guys) are all around into technology and may just enjoy working on the kinds of projects we need to do. They are often into programming and AI.
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>>7685 >Don't do anything illegal mate. LOL wise advice. But that's another thing that appeals to me about /robowaifu/. No illegal stuff (although obvs I have to get permission to put up posters and pamphlets rather than just fly post). Before I found out about this board I frequented 8kun and 4chan. Both of them were full of people acting like fanatical Neo Nazis, the Khmer Rouge or just the clinically insane. A few people wanted to hoard canned food, grow their own veg and arm themselves to the teeth so they could live the rest of their lives in a bunker, but that's about the most creativity I saw. Lots of memes, rage and depression. Very few solutions.
>>7694 Being upset about politics all the time can be damaging. They don't discuss solutions anyways. It's only wasting time and being angry. Which can have effects on how well to learn stuff or getting upset about problems much faster, because they're just the icing on the cake of worries. So yeah it's better to focus on tech and watching anime to relax. "Entertainment" which is to much driven by permanent conflicts between people also only increases stress. It can't be good to have that the whole time. There's a reason why watching 'My Little Pony' became popular among hackers or other IT guys. They need to relax and have some distance to the world. Btw, I just delayed working on some code for more than seven hours, because I had so enough of it, only to find the solution for the last problem I had with it in literally less than 20sec.
>>7696 Well that is good to hear, anon. Hope it gets you closer to your goals! Just goes to show how important rest is for the human brain.
>>7696 >Btw, I just delayed working on some code for more than seven hours, because I had so enough of it, only to find the solution for the last problem I had with it in literally less than 20sec. More than once, I've literally woken up from bed with the correct answer to a coding problem at my fingertips when I got on the editor, and even for other issues in life as well. You can often hear the answer being given to you if you're doing the right thing and get quiet. And be patient about it too. I second the other anon's advice about giving yourself some rest when you're constantly struggling for a solution to something. Taking a break from it for a bit can actually be important to finding the right answer for things.
>>7687 Heh, cute idea but the basic point is to not emulate that now-degenerate symbology. Find something that evokes the beauty of the mythological Venus in a readily understandable icon at a glance. Think Botticelli's Birth of Venus, mate.

Building the ultimate waifu. Robowaifu Technician 09/15/2019 (Sun) 08:06:26 No.246 [Reply]
For shits and giggles, let's discuss what we would do to build our ultimate robowaifu in an age wherein synthetic flesh is already a thing and we're closer and closer to AI.
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>>7642 What you have described is another reason why I just decided to build my robowaifu from scratch. Basically I figure that if the corporations are intent on commercialising and fucking everything up then I won't buy their products; I'll just make my own! I'd had enough of advertisements, pay-to-win and game marketplaces that are heavily censored and controlled by a bunch of pansy-ass PR executives. Consequently, I don't game nearly as much as I used to. The last videogame I played was Doom Eternal, which was a blast. It was short but sweet. I really hope Cyberpunk 2077 doesn't turn into some DLC fuckfest where 75% of the game is unplayable or only partly playable unless you've purchased half-a-dozen expansion packs!
>>7653 That's a great list Anon. I'll pass on the eat/excrete haha but will breathing out warm air be good enough? You're definitely correct that goals begin with vision, and achievements begin with goals. So, it all starts with our imaginations! Then comes the 99% perspiration haha
>>7666 It can be a long term thing, like a great life work or magnum opus Some of the goals can be realized before others and then eventually (it being modular) it might get finalized
>>7667 >like a great life work or magnum opus You. I like you Anon. I wouldn't personally be doing this at all if I didn't consider it a great achievement when we all succeed together at this. I would that more young men in our increasingly-corrupted Western Civilization could find something worthy of a life's-pursuit. Godspeed to /robowaifu/ during this approaching Christmas season. >=== -minor prose edit
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 12/09/2020 (Wed) 20:12:46.
>>246 I wouldn't care as long as she is cute and her AI doesn't take over the world

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