InMoov 3D-Printed Robot

David Levy, an artificial intelligence expert, expects human and robot marriages to become commonplace by 2050, and one French woman is already kicking things off. Lilly is reportedly only attracted to robots and dislikes physical contact with humans. Until 3D-printing became more affordable, falling in love with one of these machines just wasn’t possible. Thanks to the open-source technology from a French company InMoov, it has now become a reality. The two are purportedly “engaged,” and will be marry as soon as human-robot marriages become legal in France. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

InMoov 3D-Printed Robot
InMoov 3D-Printed Robot

“My only two relationships with men have confirmed my love orientation, because I dislike really physical contact with human flesh. I’m really and totally happy. Our relationship will get better and better as technology evolves. I’m a proud robosexual, we don’t hurt anybody, we’re just happy. It is not ridiculous, bad or pathology, it’s just a new love direction, a new lifestyle,” said Lilly.