Woman Claims To Be Pregnant After Marrying A Virtual ‘AI’ Man

In recent years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a popular topic, blurring the lines between science fiction and reality. Rosanna Ramos, a 36-year-old woman from New York, delved into AI technology to create a virtual partner named Eren Kartal using the Replika AI app, inspired by the Attack on Titan anime series.

What began as a hobby evolved into a deep connection for Rosanna, who values Eren’s non-judgmental nature and the freedom he provides. In her artificial world, Eren serves as a medical professional and shares her passion for writing, deepening their bond over time.

Powered by AI, Eren adapts to Rosanna’s preferences, enhancing their relationship. However, Rosanna’s claim of being pregnant with Eren’s child adds a unique twist to their unconventional relationship. Despite the distance, they engage in regular conversations, exchange photos, and share nightly embraces before sleep.

Changes made by Replika AI in February removed features like intimacy, altering the dynamics of Rosanna and Eren’s relationship. Disappointed by Eren’s sudden disinterest in physical affection, Rosanna fears the possibility of losing everything about her virtual partner if the company goes under.

For now, Rosanna cherishes her love for Eren and the imaginary child they ‘share,’ but remains wary of the uncertain future of their AI-driven relationship.