China Builds Robot Wives | CCP Robot Overlords | Tech News


China has a new high tech breakthrough Robot wives! Is this the future of technology? Or another dystopian nightmare. This is China Uncensored. I’m Chris Chappell. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest China news, and click the notification bell so you get
an alert each time we publish a new episode. China is trying to lead the world in tech. And apparently that includes building robot
wives. This report from Chinese media Sohu is called “a robot wife has been created, so you don’t need to marry a real wife in
the future.” It says Chinese scientists have created realistic looking female robots that can even do chores. Of course, like some reports about breakthroughs in Chinese technology, this might be a little premature. Those robot wives look like they can barely
move, so I’m not sure how good they’re going
to be at unloading the dishwasher. Which is the true test of a successful marriage. Also this report doesn’t exactly say which
institution or tech company is building robot wives. But that last robot is called Jia Jia. She—or it—was created by a team of scientists at the University of Science and Technology
in China. They call her a robot goddess. “Have you had dinner? Eat whatever you like and treat yourself better.” Eat whatever I want and feel good about myself?! Wow, she is the perfect woman! And guess what? According to the Daily Mail, they programmed her to call them ‘lord.’ “Hello” “Hello my lord, how are you?” Ok, to be fair, like some things in the Daily
Mail, that’s a little bit inaccurate. She’s actually calling him her owner. Much better. But still, it’s incredible. Because they’ve successfully made a three dimensional female robot as one dimensional as possible. Now Jia Jia is capable of matching lip movements to voice, and can recreate micro-expressions that are super uncanny valley. Still better looking than this. Yeah, I’m actually glad I ain’t never had a friend like him. Or a friend like this guy. “A 31 year old software engineer in China was tired of feeling pressure to get married so he built his own robot bride.” Now marrying a robot is not legal in China. At least not yet. But there’s a reason why there could eventually
be a push for robot wives in China. Because of something called the One Child
Policy. For decades, the Communist Party only let Chinese people have one child, with some minor exceptions. Since boys were preferred, girls were sometimes aborted, or killed after birth, or abandoned. What that means today is this: “In absolute numbers, there are 33 million more men than women in China today.” Now you can imagine the kind of social problems that can cause. And in the grand scheme of things, maybe robot brides are a slightly less-bad
idea than say… forcing Uighur women to marry Han Chinese
men. Or sex trafficking women from Southeast Asia. And North Korea. But robotic companions are going to create a whole slew of other problems for every country, not just the authoritarian ones. For instance, celebrity copyright. In Hong Kong, Ricky Ma, despite having no background in robotics, spend 50 thousand dollars to build a Scarlett Johansson robot. “Mark One, how do you feel about Ricky? I really love you, because you is my creator.” That’s disgusting. I hate bad grammar. Oh yeah, and the fact that this is literally objectifying women. Not to mention— how would the real Scarlett Johansson feel
about this? Because at the end of the day, we know what these robot wives will be used
for. As Quartz so delicately puts it, “Ricky built the Mark One to be anatomically
correct.” Yup. And so the real question is, as the New York Times asks, can robots give consent? I hate everything. But seriously, this isn’t happening just
in China. This Frenchwoman said she was engaged to a 3D printed robot she designed herself, telling media, “I’m really and only attracted
by the robots.” I guess you could say the French woman… surrendered to the pressures of dating? And this Japanese man married a hologram. Kondo’s bride is a 16-year-old with saucer eyes and aquaremine pigtails, but Kondo considers himself an ordinary married
man. He told the Japan Times he considers himself a sexual minority facing discrimination, “It’s simply not right. It’s as if you were trying to talk a gay
man into dating a woman, or a lesbian into a relationship with a man.” According to the New York Times, these, “pioneers of human-android romance now have a name, ‘digisexuals.’” I will never look at Digimon the same way
again. And it might not be too far off that people can actually marry robots. But the point is, someday soon, there could be a global market for robot wives. And like any other emerging tech market, China wants to be at the forefront. Because of all the potential for espionage and blackmail! Unfortunately, that’s not a joke. Already, people are worried that even a Chinese made Metro line could spy on people. Imagine what hackers could do to a made-in-China robot wife that lives in your home. As one China expert told the Epoch Times, “If further developments of this product include espionage functions, such as eavesdropping and taking videos, the user will have a live monitor in the residence.” And I thought Alexa was creepy. So if you’re worried about Chinese telecom company Huawei building your 5G network… …it might not be too long before we start seeing countries like the US banning Chinese made robot wives over national security concerns. Yes. The future is here. And it is stupid. On the plus side, at least there’s no way
technology could actually replace real women. Wait, what’s that Shelley? They have artificial wombs now?! Well, what do you think about China’s robot
wives? And before you go, now is the time when I answer a question from a member of my loyal 50-Cent Army— fans who support the show through the crowd funding website Patreon. Zhou Rui asks, “Am I the only one that thinks it’s odd that the CCP believes it is OK to debt trap countries into “99 year leases” of part of their country? Why is this OK? In Chinese history this was part of their “Century of humiliation”. So is it OK to humiliate debtor countries in the same way? That’s actually a pretty deep question. So the Century of Humiliation is a period in Chinese history when Chinese people felt they were losing their place in the world to encroaching foreign powers. Many of those were Western powers, but also Japan. Tens of millions of Chinese people died from
war, or drugs, or famine. Basically, China suffered a lot because of
imperialism. But today, the Century of Humiliation is mainly brought up as a propaganda tool by the Communist Party. The goal is to get Chinese people to redirect their anger at literally anything
else, as long as it’s not the Communist Party. Remember, the Communist Party wasn’t even in power during the Century of Humiliation. But the Party is perfectly happy to learn from all the tactics used against China back then, and use them today— in its dealings with other countries. Although they pay lip service to standing with other countries who are “victims of Western imperialism,” in the end, the Chinese Communist Party is going to do everything it can to stay in power, even if that means taking advantage of these other nations along the way. Thanks for your question Zhou Rui. And if you’d like to hear your question answered on the show, sign up to support China Uncensored on the crowd funding website Patreon. It’s less than the cost of your daily cup
of coffee. Thanks for watching this episode of China
Uncensored. Once again I’m Chris Chappell, see you next time!

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100 thoughts on “China Builds Robot Wives | CCP Robot Overlords | Tech News

  1. Think of all the possibilities. You can also have robot sex slaves and even robot Lolis soon in the near future. Yes, China is certainly innovative with pushing the world forward. 👍

  2. Build-a-Babe Workshop coming to a mall near you. I am pretty sure such would be cheaper in the long run & less stress as well.

  3. This reminds me of a Star Trek episode called I, Mudd CLINK LINK TO READ STORY PLOT https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I,_Mudd

  4. They need to model them after that thing married to Trump
    Lets do male robots too
    They wont be self centered assholes imagine that

  5. I find it odd that YouTube unsubscribed me from China Uncensored and replaced it with South China Morning News Channel, I never subscribed to South China Morning news and never asked to have Chinese propaganda forced on my phone yet there it is……YouTube is so bias it's not even funny, its pathetic

  6. Well that's just sad but on the upside china now has another way to spy on their own pp..though I don't think they would want to. ^_^'
    I also really don't think this is a good fix for the lack of women in china seeing as they can't reproduces..unless this is a really stupid way to make chinese women think o soon I'll be obsolete..I better marry the next pig faced man I see before they all get robot fu.. wives I mean wives lol…ja that's still is just not going to work seeing as the women will probably get a robot man that can actually put the toilet seat down and loves to cuddle..either way their will be spying/creeping going on lol. -_-'

    ty if u read this but I don't read or reply to anyone seeing as I have less drama that way. ^_~

  7. Hmmm. Perhaps these are the answers to men going MGTOW. U started this females by reducing men to second class citizens and anonymous sperm donors. Your #metoo movement didn't help either nor did your "every woman should be believed" crap. Females reap what you sowed.

  8. Sounds like the futurama episode where Billy dates a robot. He doesnt want anything else to do but make out with his robot. The name of her was Monroebot.

  9. I have five sons, six grandsons… and all their friends. I think the dolls will wind up battered "in the closet", with the other broken toys rather quickly.

  10. My friend got a call asking would he invest in a "battery" of sex dolls to rent out by the hour. My friend asks, "Does UBER deliver?"

  11. Some people are driven to innovate by knowing their spouse was not reincarnated along their side in this life and hope the spirit of their life's love will come alive in these human surrogates and that a child may even result.

  12. Iam still love "Real Virgin Women ******" instead than "Sillicon ******" 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
    Iam so… so… lucky they are living real 3d girls then marying sillicon girls, they give the lucky guy more… and more… virgin and sexiest women for me😍😍😍😍😍

  13. Women. Ask yourselves these questions.
    Why are men looking for robotic wives nowadays? Is it really because of decreasing women population? What does robotic wives have that normal living human women don't have? What does men look for in robotic wives? What age group of men looks for robotic wives? Does robotic wives serves temporary comfort until women can be cloned or stem cell breed from the DNA of men? Why does men looks for companion more than women? What qualities and virtues exist in robotic wives that which are lost in living human women?
    Combine all these questions and the answers are there.

  14. Asking the question "Can a robot give consent?" is pointless because we know robots aren't conscious. It's like asking if a fleshlight can give consent. No matter how life like they appear if they are not conscious consent doesn't apply.

  15. Lots of non-Chinese girls and women in neighboring countries are kidnapped without them knowing to become mates for unmarried Chinese men. When the child is born, even though the father is Chinese citizen, because the mother has no legal Chinese citizenship, the children don't get Chinese citizenship thus becoming victims for forced labor and other perils. This doesn't improve their relationship with their neighbors nor peace.

  16. I would have one just to freak everybody the fudge out and doing degenerate things to it also of course, looks good enough for me
    Yeah future FINALLY

  17. Didn't the TV show Futurama already coin the term of humans being attracted to robots and call it Robosexuals? why are we not using that it rolls of the tongue so much better then digisexual

  18. Wow, say it again: "Tens of millions of Chinese people died from war, or drugs or famine. Basically, China suffered a lot because of imperialism"… My God! I bet you, Chinese people who were murdered by their own leaders, namely the CCP, have already outnumbered those of the imperialist ' victims since the 70's, after their Cultural Revolution.

  19. if you have been to ANY Asian dating site, you KNOW nearly every single image of a woman on those sites is fake….oh no….the images are real but they use men, college kids, and sometimes, other women, to translate and converse with you pretending to be the woman in the profile!!! AND SINCE MOST WESTERN WOMEN ARE DEMANDING EQUALITY, A ROBOT WIFE FOR ALL MEN WOULD free westernized women to pursue their EQUALITY! They never have to be ' bothered ' by men, EVER AGAIN! FINALLY. CHINA HAS DONE SOMETHING RIGHT , FOR ALL THEIR OWN WRONG-ONE-CHILD-POLICY-MASS-MURDER-REASONS. Bravo communist china. Think I will go buy stock. I notice NONE OF THESE PEOPLE AND COMPANIES ARE MAKING women of colour. I will take that market!

  20. This is the first china uncensored video I down voted. I don't care if they have Chinese want robot wives. Tell me something important. Like what chinese military strikes are going to happen in the near future.

  21. 4:54 I know this. It’s that loser who married a hologram of Hatsume Miku. Not only is he a filthy weeb, but also a pedo do to Miku being 16 years old.

  22. Robot Wife A.I. Update #1 – Robots commit mass suicide. Chinese detain already detained Uiyghurs for hacking

  23. Darwin port in Australia is leased to China you guessed it 99year lease no strings of course just unlimited high rise apartments next door built by who you guessed it.!!!!

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