"She asked me [to do it] one night when we were getting ready for bed," Rogen tells us at the premiere party at Ajna Bar last night. " (Same thing, but with the cute detail that they were brushing their teeth at the time.) "I was honored," he told us."And I think I just said, '.' I hope I just said yes. But when it actually came time to shoot the scene, things got a little awkward.
And now let's add a learning bot into both those situations.
One of the most successful techniques in current AI research - used by Google's Deep Mind amongst others - is called "Regret-based learning".
Sex, in a myriad of forms, is an excellent candidate for a regret-based AI.
For the advertisers, the win condition is simple: the user clicks through to whatever they're advertising and purchases, signs up, or whatever.
She's been in little things [of mine] here and there, like 50/50. "Then you have to deal with the issue that my wife is dead, and no one wants to watch that," he says.
Fair enough — but since we're on the subject: Who would make the best corpse?
I don't mean that they're having sex with a Real Doll or similar—although I'm sure they are.
I mean that there are people out there, right now, who are shagging a state machine.
It could take a bit of a lesson in penmanship from another we’ve seen though.
— the raunchy sex-operator comedy written by and starring Seth Rogen's wife, Lauren Miller — Rogen makes quite the cameo as a caller who has a three-way phoner with Miller's character and her roomie, played by Ari Graynor.
Essentially, the bot is given a goal, and gets upset when it doesn't achieve it.