People will find love where they can find it.
Should AI be capable of such, and a relationship forms, I wouldn't see anything wrong with that, though it would be very unconventional, and could
very well frame some mental health issues of concern with the human, though not necessarily so, because, as said, people will find love where they can
While the film explores a relationship between a human and, basically a disembodied voice, there's really not too much difference between this, and
the paradigm already in place where people will "fall in love" with other people they "meet" online without ever once meeting them in person.
It's a little creepy in that respect, but, so long as it's consensual, we go back to people finding love where they can find it.
The next logical step beyond the movie "her", would possibly involve a human falling in love with and having a relationship with a willing, fully AI
While in the movie Her, an awkward situation arises when the Human character discovers his AI girlfriend is talking to thousands of other people
simultaneously, and even further has developed hundreds of other concurrent simultaneous relationships like the one with him, an android AI
relationship would side step that issue and explore different boundaries.
That's one thing I kept expecting the film to bring forward that never happened. The human never broaches the possibility of having a body
manufactured for his AI girlfriend, nor are any solutions brought up that would allow the human to upload his consciousness to the same ambiguous data
cloud his AI resides in.
The AI character never even creates a visual avatar.
It's a little odd in those respects, and feels almost like conspicuous omittance.
Whatever the case, if AI is ever truly realized, I fully expect there will indeed be folks, especially those already on the fringes of the social
swimming pool, that will bank their emotional stock with AI interactions.