I forgot, here the thread if you want to read. Be warned, it's a bit of a long read, and pretty interesting too. And at the end got derailed.>>953
Here you go. It's funny how I found that board by googling something completely unrelated.>>954>Confusing a robowaifu and a 3DPD would be pretty hard.
I completely agree, but that doesn't matter for journalists who want clicks, feminists, and people who are easily offended (a.k.a. the loudest ones).
i.e. The UN already showed their "deep concern" about lolicon and another japanese works that shows "violence against women". You can easily dismiss those with a simple "2D=/=3D" and "reality=/=fiction", but they still going at it. And if robots gets advanced enough, they're going to deal with the same shit.
That's why I think that at some point robots should have a characteristic that allows one to easily recognize a robot, like in >>952
. Only so you can say "This is a robot, not a human being, so STFU"