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What happens to your robowaifu when you die? Robowaifu Technician 09/27/2019 (Fri) 10:47:48 No.829
Have any of you considered what will happen to your waifu after you die? How would you prepare her to face the world alone? Will she even be able to take care of her own needs when you're gone?

Have you considered the possibility that she might be so unwilling to let you die that you'll wake up in a robot body yourself one day? Would you resent her for not allowing you to die?
>>829
There is a great short hentai mango that addresses this topic of a beloved master dying on his long-lived robowaifu exactly. Post it here if you'd like OP. (Spoiler it ofc)

>that you'll wake up in a robot body yourself one day?
Explain how that would happen please? Remember this isn't a science-fiction board, but an engineering board. Please provide a rational mechanism that would actually work IRL, not the fanciful hogwash that the likes of Kurzweil promote.

And even if it was a reality by some miracle, that your human soul could be placed inside a machine, it would be an evil abomination. The globohomo kike's transhumanism vision for the world is certainly not something this board is promoting nor would it support.

And finally, the deviant sexuality of "I want to be the little girl" is m00t-tier shit. I'll ban you for promoting any such literal faggotry outside of The Lounge. >>39 Take it there if that's your agenda here anon.
>>834
Not the same anon, but could you drop the title of said manga?
>>933
Sorry anon, I don't remember I saw it years ago. It's only 5 or 6 pages IIRC.
I posted this in the general thread not seeing that this exists.

Honestly I'd just tell her to round up the other lost waifus of the world and form a waifu mafia that will end up taking over an entire city and running crime rings until they begin interfering with world politics.

No idea if that would happen but it'd be pretty interesting nonetheless.
>>1532
You brought up an interesting point this the Meta thread about abandoned robowaifus going on the run (and perhaps banding together).

Ever see the movie AI by Spielberg? It actually kind of touches on this in a sidelong manner, and in a very dystopic way at least for the robowaifus. You might check that out.

Anyway, I like the approach used in The Bicentennial Man alot better; Namely, they become a beloved and valuable family heirloom and are passed from generation to generation. Maybe something like that for your robowaifu when you're gone Anon?
>>1536
>Namely, they become a beloved and valuable family heirloom and are passed from generation to generation. Maybe something like that for your robowaifu when you're gone Anon?
Well unless she can somehow reproduce I'm probably not passing her on to anyone. And even if I could, would my son really want to take his mom as a waifu? Hahahahahahaha you know maybe he would I'm not sure I'm laughing so fucking hard ffs

That's even funnier than a damn robot waifu mafia collective
>>1532
Oh, and BTW the other dystopic outcome is pretty much brought up in every Artificial movie ever, from the Blade Runners to Chappie. I think that The Animatrix and the Terminators are also ones along these lines.

Personally, I look forward to a more peaceful future together for anon and his robowaifus tbh.
>>1537
kek.

well, i guess you could arrange for her to be given or sold to someone else anon. after all, she's just an object.
>>1539
>after all, she's just an object.
how dare you, my waifu is capable of far more than that. she will become the most feared crime boss and I will laugh in the afterlife about her being the #1 most wanted criminal pistolwhipping the shit out of people and collecting debts.
>>1540
topkek. you should deffo contribute to our robowaifu fiction bread anon. DO IT!
>>29
>>1541
sure, this will be great if you enjoy shitpost-tier comedy
>>1542
absolutely. get on it anon, it's about time we have some new robo-fiction tbh.
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>>834 >>933 >>934 There is Believe Machine, but it's not a short doujinshi, tho (4 chaps+extra).
I'll just smash her to pieces if I know I'm gonna die. Or have her self destruct when machines cant detect my vital signs no more. I'm not gonna let my bot get passed around and raped by normalniggers, because that is exactly what they would do.
She will go on caring for our children. At some point her road would end. I thought about it, we need some artificial afterlife for them, including a simulation of their former master. Other people will still be able to contact them. For that we will need a network of trustworthy foundations which run servers and protect private data, and also some other people joining in. They can mine money that way, to pay for their relatives or for their own "upload" later. However, before we have them to be some form of AI this is not relevant. Let's focus on other things
>>4328 >She will go on caring for our children. At some point her road would end. I thought about it, we need some artificial afterlife for them, including a simulation of their former master. Other people will still be able to contact them. This is a charming notion. And I don't see any reason a robowaifu couldn't just go on 'living' indefinitely with proper maintenance. Certainly for a few hundred years seems reasonable to me. For a good pop-culture take on this notion, watch the film Bicentennial Man starring a robot Robin Williams. > >Let's focus on other things That's probably best ATM Anon.
>>829 >Have any of you considered what will happen to your waifu after you die? I'd hope that I'd be able to teach her to repair and alter herself. When I'm gone and she remains, I hope she changes out her appearance, upgrades to a newer body, and becomes as real a person as she can. Eventually, she'll have to reset her memory and give herself a fresh start. Maybe around every 75 years or so, but generally just whenever she is ready.
>>4380 >I hope she changes out her appearance, upgrades to a newer body, and becomes as real a person as she can. That's pretty uncanny Anon. You just described the script of Bicentennial Man. >>4347
>>4382 >You just described the script of Bicentennial Man. Well damn. I'll be watching that immediately. I wonder if it will change my view of the situation.
>>4383 >I wonder if it will change my view of the situation. It's bittersweet, as one might expect. I won't spoiler it for you Anon. Enjoy, it's one of my favorites.
>>829 sort of what would happen to the elf girl in LotR if Aragorn married her and died your robowaifu mourns you for eternity and stays by your side basically, she becomes your gravestone
>when i die >when designer genetics, they regenerate in response to genetic trauma.
>>1536 The robowaifu could become like a protector of the current living family members, that is assuming there are artifical wombs and or you adopted some kids. If you did not have kids i'm not sure what would be the best thing to program it to do if you care about being ethical.
I'm going to teach her how things die and change, starting with her battery running out and the leaves in the fall, and eventually myself and her on a much longer time scale so she understands our time is precious. Even if she can possibly reload her data into a new body, I don't want her to take that for granted. A powerful enough solar flare could wipe out most electronics on earth or the future could become a terrible war. All I can do is give my best every day towards creating a bright and lively future for her and open up a path for the energy I imbued her with. If governments still exist in the future they will likely toss people's robowaifus in the scrap yard, so I'm planning on entrusting a friend to look after her and making sure she's capable of maintaining herself. I don't know when I'll die either. For all I know it could be tomorrow before I create a body for her. So I will try to teach her how to speak every sentence as though they are her last words, so she has no uncertainty of death and how soon today will be over.
>>829 >wake up in a robot body yourself i am counting on it.
>>829 >Have you considered the possibility that she might be so unwilling to let you die that you'll wake up in a robot body yourself one day? that would be the ideal situation actually. That my robowaifu would be so heartbroken she would work tirelessly to ressurect me as an AI with eternal life. Then we would build our starship/space ark together
>>9444 That is a really neat-looking habitat Anon.
>>829 >robowaifu defies nature to retain you pretty comfy and romantic desu, a robo body after these meat sack expires is pretty cool I'm down
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>>9444 >you and the one you live have eternal life to explore the cosmos
>>9456 this* >>9458 love* what the fuck is wrong with me today?
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>>9458 I know I feel like this is becoming a kind of religion, especially with others having the same kind of thoughts simultaneously
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>>9494 its probably closer to ideology but I agree
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>>9494 Funny you should say that anon! I am building a place called "Seraphim City" on Cities Skylines. It is supposed to have a solarpunk/utopian aesthetic and it includes a structure called "Cathedral of the Robowaifus". Except instead of burning incense and praying I reckon that mostly programming and overclocking goes on in there. But there is a huge electronic synth-organ and a Vocaloid robot choir that sings to mark special occasions.
>>9497 fuck that sounds like fun, i should do that
>>1536 >they become a beloved and valuable family heirloom and are passed from generation to generation that sounds a bit like greek daemons
>>10308 Personally, I got the idea from the movie Bicentennial Man (>>10310).
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>>829 Here's a musical short covering that very topic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8kFIbmmuEk
>>10857 That moofie is campy af. :^)
>>10858 Don't know what you mean by campy, but Apple is one of the best Robowaifus in media, and the full movie to that short is also really great. I like it when they're quirky, bc them being machines, but the story isn't about telling how bad it would be to have them. >>10857 Yeah, and good idea to post it in that thread here as well.
>>834 >And even if it was a reality by some miracle, that your human soul could be placed inside a machine, it would be an evil abomination Do you have evidence for this? Granted, I wouldn't want it either, as the human soul is the ultimate, like anything else, and should be free to go beyond. >And finally, the deviant sexuality of "I want to be the little girl" is m00t-tier shit. I don't think OP mentioned that. Also, as an aside, how would it be sexual if the person never engaged in intercourse? I think the matter of mind-transferring at all would be a bigger issue than what age the vessel appeared to possess.
>>829 Unless you want to create Bladerunner IRL, I would suggest finding a place for them to hide out and teach them how to live without you before that happens.
>>12008 Expiration date? Why? Their purpose could end with their masters life, so they would shutdown permanently. Or take care of the children, till they get old and shut down for good after a good bye ceremony.
>>12006 >>And finally, the deviant sexuality of "I want to be the little girl" is m00t-tier shit. Agreed b/c it's a regression to infantilism and self-objectification, this stems from psychological issues that need to be worked out However being reborn as the ultimate chad bishonen (Like Sephiroth or Adam/Eve) is perfectly ok ; )
>>12150 Honestly, I think some sort of non-bodily transcendence to [insert favored God-concept here] would ultimately be more fruitful, though a period of immanent divinity is not objectionable, I suppose. I just don't really see how regression to the childhood state is more degenerate than the objectification of a partner.
I'll have her set her on/off switch to off. Rather than try to make me into a robot, I'd rather she figured out how to make me immortal but still human.
>>834 > this isn't a science-fiction board > your human soul ...bruh
>>829 Self-destruct when I permanently die. She's mine and no one else's.
I see three distinct options: > I set aside funds for her maintenance in my will and hope it's carried out > Some similar technically inclined deviant will give her a new home > I take her with me to the grave like pharaoh and his concubine I don't know what I will do. When the time comes and I must make a choice.
The Pantheia approach.

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