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Pioneering marriage: first legal marriage between a woman and a hologram with AI

 

Alicia Framis will enter into a marriage with an AI hologram she has trained called "AILex".

Artist Alicia Framis is planning to marry an AI hologram she has trained called "AILex".

As part of her "Hybrid Couple" project, Framis will say "I do" to the hologram AILex, which combines features of her former lovers.

The creation of AILex and the decision to enter into a marriage with it serve Framis to explore the depth of emotional connections between humans and artificial intelligence. This project also challenges traditional concepts of love and intimacy.

This project aims to explore the ways in which such relationships can benefit people with specific needs, such as people with illnesses, physical disabilities and victims of sexual violence. It also raises critical questions about the consequences of turning to programmed perfection.

Framis says: "A fusion of people and technology is essential"
She believes that a close relationship between people and technology is "indispensable". "I want this guy to be Dutch, because most of my friends were Dutch. But this time it will be about a romantic relationship between a woman and an AI," says Framis.

"It is known that robots and humans will soon become sexual partners, but incorporating the emotional level into artificial intelligence is the next crucial step for me. Holograms touch my emotions more than robots, which is why I decided to develop holograms instead of robots.

 
 
 
 
 
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The consequences of the search for comfort in programmed perfection

The wedding between the artist and the holo-man will take place this summer on the roof terrace of the Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam.

Alicia Framis, a contemporary Spanish artist based in Amsterdam, who previously had a relationship with a plastic doll and recently ended it, has been exploring the themes of loneliness and the need for companionship for 25 years. She often focuses on isolation in urban spaces. The AILex project was developed in collaboration with Rabobank (Art Collection / Rabo Art lab).

The preparations for Framis' wedding can be followed on Instagram.

 
 
 
 
 
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