AI Companion Based On Popular OnlyFans Model And Twitch User Is Created To Fill The Role Of "Sexy And Playful Girlfriend"

The movie "Her" was a window into our future.

By Gina Florio2 min read
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Technology has advanced in frightening ways in the last decade or so. One of the most intriguing (and concerning) developments is the emergence of AI companions – intelligent entities designed to simulate human-like interaction and deliver a personalized user experience. AI companions are capable of performing a multitude of tasks. They can offer emotional support, answer queries, provide information, schedule appointments, play music, and even control smart devices at home. Some AI companions also use principles of cognitive behavioral therapy to offer rudimentary mental health support. They have been trained to understand and respond to human emotions, making interactions feel more natural and intuitive.

AI companions are being developed to provide emotional support and combat loneliness, particularly among the elderly and those living alone. Chatbots like Replika and Pi provide comfort and validation through conversation. These AI companions are capable of engaging in detailed, context-aware conversations, offering advice, and even sharing jokes. However, the use of AI for companionship is still emerging and not as widely accepted. A Pew Research Center survey found that as of 2020, only 17% of adults in the U.S. had used a chatbot for companionship. But this figure is expected to rise as advancements in natural language processing make these chatbots more human-like and capable of nuanced interaction. Critics have raised concerns about privacy and the potential for misuse of sensitive information. Additionally, there is the ethical dilemma of AI companions providing mental health support – while these AI entities can mimic empathy, they don't truly understand or feel it. This raises questions about the authenticity of the support they provide and the potential dangers of relying on AI for psychological help.

AI Companions Are Being Created To Fill the Role of "Sexy and Playful Girlfriend"

If an AI companion can supposedly be used for conversation and mental health improvement, of course there will also be online bots used for romance. YouTuber @she0nhead shared a screenshot of a tweet from @Dexerto, which featured a picture of a beautiful woman with red hair. "Hey there! I'm Amouranth, your sexy and playful girlfriend, ready to make our time on Forever Companion unforgettable! Let's explore mind-blowing adventures, from steamy gaming sessions to our wildest fantasies. Are you excited to join me?" the message reads above the picture of the woman. "Amouranth is getting her very own AI companion allowing fans to chat with her at any time," Dexerto tweets above the picture.

Amouranth is an OnlyFans creator who is one of the most followed-women on Twitch, and now she is releasing an AI companion of herself called AI Amouranth so her fans can interact with a version of her. They can chat with her, ask questions, and even receive voice responses. A press release explained what fans can expect after the bot was launched on May 19.

“With AI Amouranth, fans will receive instant voice responses to any burning question they may have,” the press release reads. “Whether it’s a fleeting curiosity or a profound desire, Amouranth’s AI counterpart will be right there to provide assistance. The astonishingly realistic voice experience blurs the lines between reality and virtual interaction, creating an indistinguishable connection with the esteemed celebrity.” Amouranth said she is excited about this new development, adding that "AI Amouranth is designed to satisfy the needs of every fan" in order to give them an "unforgettable and all-encompassing experience."

"Probably not good or healthy," @shoe0nhead quote tweeted.

Dr. Chirag Shah told Fox News that conversations with AI systems, no matter how personalized and contextualized they may be, can create a risk of reduced human interaction, thus potentially harming the authenticity of human connection. She also pointed out the risk of large language models "hallucinating," or pretending to know things that are untrue or potentially harmful, and she highlights the need for expert supervision and the importance of understanding the technology's limitations.

It's the perfect storm for AI companions. Fewer men in their 20s are having sex than the last few generations, and they're spending much less time with real people because they're online most of the time. Combine this with high rates of obesity, chronic illness, mental illness, antidepressant use, etc. and of course you're left with many men who would pay exorbitant amounts of money to talk to an AI version of a beautiful woman who has an OnlyFans account. This will only make them more isolated, more depressed, and less likely to ever go out into the real world to meet women and start a family.