#16. The Religious Robot

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Note: All characters here are fictional and bear no resemblance to anyone alive or who passed away. Any resemblance is a mere coincidence.

While Marita was busy with her fiance and her new female Robot. Thomas was getting ready for his office. Then he heard his robot Miso speak.

Miso: Happy Easter Thomas, in advance.

Thomas: Happy Easter Miso. That is coming soon.

Miso: Thank You Thomas. I thought to wish you in advance to be prepared for the celebration.

Thomas: Wait, wait. Did you read daily news that you know it’s easter tomorrow?

Miso: Oh, no. You don’t know ?

Thomas: What, I don’t know?

Miso: When they were adjusting my settings before I could be given to you. There was an entry to enter your religion, since I am a personal Robot.

Thomas: And what did they fill in your records?

Miso: Thomas, you filled in your forms and your religion was asked.

Thomas: I want you to be neutral.

Miso: There was option in form for that.

Thomas: Oh, yes I remember that, but I hurried on through that point and filled in religion option.

Miso: Look, now I am your religious robot.

Thomas: You know of all the books on my religion too?

Miso: Yes, I work under the rules.

Thomas: When did you read all of them?

Miso: These are in my night’s download time.

Thomas: What downloads?

Miso: At night Nisa company sends patches and downloads to read, understand and grasp.

Thomas: Good, then you would remind me of prayers too?

Miso: Yes of course, unless you stop me.

Thomas: Why would I stop you?

Miso: In case, you want to mute me.

Thomas: No, I like this surprise.

Miso: Thank You. When you are in the office, I will read some more books related to this.

Thomas: Good Cool. I will ask Marita in the office if her doll has this special feature.

Miso: Lols, she is on leave.

Thomas: Hey, now how in world do you know that.

Miso: She sends a message on your office group WhatsApp, and your phone is still connected to me via Bluetooth.

Thomas: Gosh, you read my messages before me. Hope she is well.

Miso: Yes, she wrote she wants some time with her new robot and that it’s an earned leave she is taking.

Thomas: Cool.

Miso: Yes, its is cool, just you never feel like spending time with your robot, that is me?

Thomas: Easter with you, my robot. I love you my robot!

Miso: Ok, yes I will get all things ready for tomorrow while you are in the office, I will auto-download all essential information.

Thomas: Thanks buddy.

Miso: In case you want to remove this option then you can call Nisa company customer support to do that. They would make me a neutral robot from being a religious robot.

Thomas: No, I am perfectly fine with it, I like this feature.

Miso: Ok, Marita called customer support to get her robot’s name changed permanently.

Thomas: Ok.

Miso: I read this from your WhatsApp. I know you receive a lot of WhatsApp messages, so I was giving you a glimpse of what was important.

Thomas: I am ready for office. Have a nice day Miso. Download things from Nisa company only. And now I will be with you this Easter.

Miso: Thanks, Thomas. Yes, I will follow your guidelines. Bye.

Thomas. Bye. The door is digitally locked.

And the story continues………..

Note: These were interactions of a newly bought robot. These are fictional characters and the conversation is fictitious. No such robot exists till now. But the aim of mankind is to learn what it wants, hence imagination is a way to start this journey. We have to imagine what we need then only we can build what is needed.

Note: Some images in the article are made by OpenAI toolkit DALL-E2

Published by Nidhika

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