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She’s being pitched as both a handy helper—and a pseudo-girlfriend.
Yes, it’s icky ( If that sounds like a stretch, just look at the bleak promotional video Gatebox released last Tuesday.
“You know, while I was on my way home, I thought—it feels great that someone’s waiting for me.” It would be easy to laugh at the limited-release Gatebox as an overpriced (,500! But in Japan, the alienation that would make a lonely, overworked young man reach out to a robot for companionship is endemic.
In 2005, a staggering 72% of Japanese men under 30 had never been married.
While Alexa and Google Home are a bit lacking in the personality department, Gatebox users get to interact with a 3-D anime character called Azumi Hikari.
In America, the 2005 rate of unmarried 20-somethings was just 49%, though it had increased to 64% by 2014.
Within 20 years, 1/3 of all Japanese men are expected to be single for their entire lives.
There’s also the subtler matter of gender relations.
Though feminist ideals are widespread and women’s career opportunities are expanding, Japanese women who marry are still expected to end their careers and take on a traditional role in the household, making the prospect less attractive.