NoidoDev t1_jdag6bi wrote

  • Citizens with UBI, probably no job and no capital: Mainly urban areas, lifestyle might depend on former job
  • Citizen without jobs, before UBI: Urban, downgrading lifestyle, working for people who want human servants
  • People with no citizenship and without UBI: Countryside for farming by hand after end of fossil energy
  • Very rich people: Wherever they want, but also in the urban areas
  • Financially independent people (mostly men): Countryside (often with their robowaifus)
  • Innovators which can still find ways to make money: Countryside (often with their robowaifus)

NoidoDev t1_jda69pe wrote

Idk, why my other posting to downvoted. Anime? Or the link? Or because it's just a link? Okay...

>A.D. Police Files:
Andromeda Stories:
Angelic Layer:
Armitage III:
Azusa will help:
Blade Runner 2022:
Busou Shinki:
Butobi CPU:
Casshern Sins:
Cutey Honey:
Clockwork Planet:
Coyote Ragtime Show:
Frame Arm Girls:
Girls' Frontline:
Heaven's Lost Property:
Hi no Tori 2772 (Alt title: Phoenix 2772):
Ichigeki Sacchuu Hoihoi-san:
Iczer One:
Indian Summer:
Key the Metal Idol:
Kowarekake no orgel:
Kurogane Communication:
Magical Pokan:
Miss Monochrome:
No Game, No life:
Plastic Memories:
Parasite Dolls:
Prima Doll:
Outlaw Star:
Robot Carnival:
Robot Girls Z:
Rozen Maiden:
Saber Marionette J:
Steel Angel Kurumi:
The Big O:
Time of Eve Movie:
Unbreakable Machine Doll:
Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song:
Voogi's Angel:
Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou:
Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (Catgirl Cyborg, not a robot):
Pandora in the Crimson Shell:
Pandora in the Crimson Shell - Ghost Urn:
Alita: Battle Angel (live-action)
>Anime-Planet has some tags to find on-topic shows. However, some shows are missing the right ones or have wrong ones. Android is used as a generic term for humanoid robots. Cyborgs can be ones withna human brain or a human-like body but a CPU. Then there are shows which might have some fembot character, but it isn't the main protagonist.
We don't need to go through all of them, if they have poor ratings. Some are also very short e.g. some with Drossel. Feel free to go through the lists, I just think some filtering makes sense.
Combined tags female robot:
>Robots raising children, not necessarily gynoids but shows I can recommend
Kurogane Communication
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>Live Action (often with negative framing, but some have positives elements to it)
Alita: Battle Angel (live-action version)
Terminator SCC
Turbo Kid:[Embed]
Tomorrowland (2015): Inspiring fembot in a child-like body, movie might have a lot of Illuminati symbolic.
Raised by Wolves
BetterThan Us (from Russia)
Her (nice voice, but that's it)
M3gan: Robot raising a child, but a western horror movie from 2023, so with a negative framing
>Some shows might have sequels or prequels, I didn't put in the links for those. You'll need to look on your own if there's more based on a show you like. Example:
Armitage III - Poly Matrix:
Armitage III - Dual Matrix:
>Then there might be other shows including NPCs, like Overlord:
Nier Automata is the most mentioned.
The old Westwood Blade Runner features one gynoid that can be saved.
Turbo Kid game is in the making, might include a synthetic girlfriend, maybe even Apple.
There are plenty of visual novels, hentai or dating games with some kind of synthetic girlfriend or robowaifu.
My Wife Has No Emotion - Alt title: Boku no Tsuma wa Kanjou ga Nai
Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou


NoidoDev t1_jd5k8qw wrote


Combined tags female+robot:

Thread with a list of shows:

Most related, popular and high quality, if you're not just into the good robot girl trope: "Blame!" and "Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song"


  • Terminator SCC
  • Raised by Wolves

NoidoDev t1_ja7ewbf wrote

Yes, this makes more sense. It will make the production cheaper. They can experiment more, take more risks, and smaller players can enter the market easier. This will rather become more of a competition to (western) live-action productions. Especially to those with high production costs but bad story telling. The ones with a good story on the other hand will be made as an animation if a live-action production is too expensive. For example, the r/raisedbywolves fans are hoping for a follow up as an animation or a game at this point.


NoidoDev t1_ja7dkch wrote

>victim: the anime industry

You got it wrong: More anime will mean less audience for other productions. Smaller players will be able to enter the market.

>allowing them to create sequels with the exact same actors and styles, or spinoffs in the same style but with completely different characters.

This doesn't necessarily work and stories also matter.

>Netflix is posed to be the biggest benefactor of this new trend

There are other anime studios, the good anime in Netflix came from Japan, and the tech will make it easier for smaller productions. If the tech exists, then Netflix doesn't own it.

>as well as the funds

They're broke as hell


I doubt it.


NoidoDev t1_ja5xedu wrote

> the biggest funder of VR games

Mobile VR games? Not running on a PC, if I'm informed correctly.

>VR games don't make any profit, so nobody wants to develop for it.

You could have normal games adjusted for VR.

>that's entirely why Facebook has to fill the void in the first place

How nice of them. I thought it's because they wanted their own "App Store" with devices and squash any possible competition for their own ecosystem.

>You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.

I do have some insight and it's a matter of judgement which side I believe.


NoidoDev t1_ja5w2ji wrote

You just don't get it.

>There is no reason to believe an AGI would think the same way. It cares only about his goals.

Only if you make it that way. Then it still wouldn't have the power.

>What I meant was that the AGI has to keep existing, because that's necessary to achieve its goal, whatever that is.

Only if it is created in a way to think these goals are absolute and need to be archived no matter what. The comparison with some employee is a good one, because if they can't do what they are supposed to do with some reasonable effort, then they report back that it can't be done or that it will be more difficult than anticipated. It's not just caring about humans, but about effort and power. AI doomers just make up the idea that some future AI would somehow be different and also have the power to do whatever it wants.