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That's entirely their decision and not mine to judge.

The 'valley' refers to the dip in a graph of the comfort level of beings as subjects move toward a healthy, natural likeness described in a function of a subject's aesthetic acceptability." A perfect example of this was suggested by Masahiro Mori, the researcher who coined the term in The New York Times' article: “'We could be startled during a handshake by [a prosthetic limb's] limp boneless grip together with its texture and coldness,' he wrote. Mori, 'we lose our sense of affinity, and the hand becomes uncanny.'” Tying this theory into Mc Mullen's statement of wanting to achieve only the illusion of sentience and not sentience itself, readers may have a more in-depth understanding of the need for reflection and consideration of the examination of psychological effects this type of technology could have when paired with intimate scenarios.

Mc Mullen goes further in his interview by by stating that he wants his creations to only resemble dolls instead of people, because he insists that he is an artist first and that he would find the resemblance unsettling, acknowledging the uncanny valley.

In terms of technology and artificial intelligence, this is sort of like the real-world version of what it would be like if I don't remember the first time I'd heard about a Real Doll, the brainchild of Abyss Creations' Matt Mc Mullen, but it wouldn't surprise me if it was through media rather than other people.

For those who are unfamiliar, a Real Doll is basically what it sounds like: it is a doll manufactured for sexual use that looks and feels eerily like a real person.