A woman in France wants to marry her robot that she built herself using 3-D printing technology. She calls herself a robosexual, but she refuses to say if her relationship is sexual and refused to comment on his hard drive. She says that she began to be attracted by robots when she was 19 and that her two relationships proved to herself that she hates human physical contact.
‘I’m really and only attracted by the robots,’ she said.
However, she declined to say whether she and InMoovator have a sexual relationship.
‘My only two relationships have confirmed my love orientation, because I dislike really physical contact with human flesh.’
Her family and friends have accepted her unusual relationship, she said, although not everyone in her life understands.
Lilly, who is training to become a roboticist, believes her relationship will improve further as technology evolves.
‘I’m really and totally happy,’ she added.
And Lilly’s relationship could become the norm if an expert of human-robot relationships is to be believed.
At a conference on the matter in London earlier this week, Dr David Levy said humans would marry robots around or before 2050.
Dr Levy, the author of Love and Sex with Robots, also said it will be common in the future to find sex robots modeled on celebrities.