Drake and the Aberrant Automaton

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Drake and the Aberrant Automaton

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This was quite an interesting episode.
My main concern was the aspect of a robot having emotions and the implications that come with that. It just felt a bit odd for (at the end of the episode) people to be able to buy a robot as a replacement for a human relationship. Thoughts?
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ASmouseInTheHouse wrote:
Sun Mar 27, 2022 10:07 am
This was quite an interesting episode.
My main concern was the aspect of a robot having emotions and the implications that come with that. It just felt a bit odd for (at the end of the episode) people to be able to buy a robot as a replacement for a human relationship. Thoughts?
I figure after the episode the robots would be used for companionship or as a carer, rather than just servants. however I think it was a bit rushed. Overall I'm not a huge fan of the Drake episodes (They seemed to be aimed at younger listeners, which is fine of course) however I do enjoy listening to Jess and Townsend's interactions, even if they are scripted!
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