Professor says AI could lead to gender bias

Technology has drastically changed the way we interact with one another, and the introduction of artificial intelligence could lead to a new gender orientation: iamorosexuality.

The rise of dating applications and tools to create virtual couples using AI would impact the social bonds that new generations build.

Begoña Albalat Peraita, professor and expert in positive psychology in sexual and gender diversity at the International University of Valencia, pointed out the possibility that we are facing a new sexual orientation.

In this way, the researcher published an article on the portal The Conversation in which she claims that AI could change the way we treat each other lovingly and romantically.

“When we live in the digital age and the new generations are such users of instant messaging, it is easy to develop feelings of love and affection towards this non-human intelligence that is always ready to provide support,” he said.

In their opinion, this emotional attraction towards artificial intelligence would pave the way to new gender diversity.

Virtual girlfriends affect men

Virtual girlfriends could affect an entire generation of men. Photo: Freepik

However, what would be at stake now is that AI would respond to people’s needs, listen to them, adapt their reactions and learn about us like any other human.

The impact of this technology is such that, like social networks, it generates dopamine due to its ability to create a romantic bond with people until they fall in love.

In the future, will it be considered pathological for someone to fall in love with an AI, or will AIamorosexuality – a term I coined – be a new sexual-affective orientation? Begoña wondered.

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