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Terror Valley Theory - from Wikipedia

Terror Valley Theory - from Wikipedia

The Uncanny Valley phenomenon can be explained by the following idea: if an entity is "not human enough," its humanoid characteristics will be prominent and easily recognizable, leading to a sense of empathy. On the other hand, if an entity is "sufficiently human-like," its non-human characteristics will become prominent and create a strange feeling in the eyes of human observers. Another possibility is that patients and corpses have many visual abnormalities similar to some humanoid robots, leading to the same panic and emotional reactions in observers. This reaction is worse with robots than with corpses because people can easily understand why they feel disgusted by corpses, but they cannot clearly understand why they feel this disgust towards robots. Behavioral abnormalities include behavioral characteristics of diseases, neurological states, or even mental dysfunction, which evoke severe negative emotions in observers. This phenomenon can also be explained by the theory of evolutionary psychology. First, entities in the Uncanny Valley are sufficiently humanoid to be considered members of the human species. According to the theory of evolutionary psychology, after millions of years of natural selection, the existing human brains that have not been eliminated by nature have a logical bias that provides a highly capable ability to sense and reject human anomalies that reflect genetic diseases or lack of health in their overall appearance. Therefore, consciously or unconsciously, those abnormal humanoid individuals can potentially have an impact on the human gene pool, which also alerts observers. This explains why humans generally do not find humanoid entities that can engage in sexual contact very attractive.
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