Are You Ready to Fall in Love with AI? Investing in Our Increasingly Lonely Lives

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We are living increasingly lonely lives. If you can feel it without relying on any hard data, your feelings are real and valid. In the United States, for example, the share of adults between the ages of 25 and 54 years who were married has declined from 67% to 53% since 1990, while the share of adults who were unpartnered has increased from 29% to 38% (see Reference 1 and Picture 1 below).  We can be emotional when discussing this topic, but there are many reasons behind this shift: economic, social, technological, historical, and even biological. Furthermore, the family as…...

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