*locks door from the outside*Ivan Seeking said:In order to make her more lifelike, she is programmed to complain frequently.
[runs and hides in a bomb shelter...]
oh, at least three days. It's completely stocked with cans of chili and beans so he'll have plenty to eat. Shame there's no ventilation.Moonbear said:*locks door from the outside*
How long should we leave him in there?
I wonder what kinds of things they're talking about. I think I would interact with it as if it were human - to some extent - just because that's what it's designed for. I would initially make assumptions based on its appearance, for instance, if it has skin, it can sense touch, but I don't think I'd have problems overriding those assumptions - just as I do with blind and deaf people, even though they have eyes and ears."More importantly, we have found that people forget she is an android while interacting with her. Consciously, it is easy to see that she is an android, but unconsciously, we react to the android as if she were a woman."
I guess he lied. I think he had video or something, because there are shots of both of you together. For example, I found this one floating around:Math Is Hard said:oh, crap! Ken promised me that he had destroyed all of those.
I bet you could fool people even longer if you dye her hair blonde.Professor Ishiguro believes that it may prove possible to build an android that could pass for a human, if only for a brief period.
"An android could get away with it for a short time, 5-10 seconds. However, if we carefully select the situation, we could extend that, to perhaps 10 minutes".