CNN is uncovering some pretty intimate human-robot relationships in “Mostly Human”

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There’s no excuse to be single anymore.

That is, if you have no problem with falling in love with a robot.

CNN’s Senior Technology Correspondent Laurie Segall will spend a six-part series analyzing modern humanity’s more intimate relationships with robots.

“Mostly Human with Laurie Segall” is set to air on March 12. The show can be viewed exclusively on CNNGo, the network’s streaming service.

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But it’s not just a show about human-robot love. CNN explains:

Featuring stories of those falling in love with robots, re-creating digital versions of the deceased, experimenting with VR therapy in psychiatric wards and infiltrating hacker communities, Segall examines the promise and power modern technology holds, while exposing the darker side.

Those interested can see the episode guide before hand.

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