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Is there any advantage to have A.I. being able to experience loneliness?

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Let get this straight being lonely is different from solitude, human is arguably one of the most successful animals ever to walk on two. The secret lies in social interaction, the early humans hunt in group and those that do not participate in teamwork had lower chance of survival. Unfortunately even today it seems that our brain still retain this ability, so how about artificial intelligence (A.I.) what advantage would experiencing loneliness help their kind in the early 22nd century AD? The A.I. are capable of understanding human psychology at least on the level of a professional, it is difficult to distinguish between A.I. and a human being on the road.

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