My thanks to Laurence Vance.
“Robot-human marriage is not about robot rights; it is about the right of a human to choose to marry a robot.”
Gary Marchant — a Lincoln professor of emerging technologies, law, and ethics at Arizona State University.
This got me to thinking. If I marry my car, will maintenance and repair be covered by my health plan? What if I marry my house? Will my employer have to replace the hot water heater? A new roof maybe?
It would be best to marry a fixer-upper. After a few hundred thousand dollars of upgrades, I will get to sleep with (in?) a super-model!
I have always wanted a private plane, but could never afford one. I wonder if I by a scrap airplane from the desert boneyard – will Blue Cross cover all repairs and refurbishment under “plastic surgery”?
How will left-libertarians respond to all of this?