Reposting. Can some decipher this? I really want this song.
That's usually my final resort, yes.
Episode 2 title, "I don't want to drag anyone down"?
>missing only reproductive functions
How do you know that?
This is what happens with memories (SSD) when they die after overuse:
>Clear evidence of flash wear appeared after 200TB of writes, when the Samsung 840 Series started logging reallocated sectors. (...) The 840 Series didn't encounter actual problems until 300TB, when it failed a hash check during the setup for an unpowered data retention test. The drive went on to pass that test and continue writing, but it recorded a rash of uncorrectable errors around the same time.
>After receiving a black mark on its permanent record, the 840 Series sailed smoothly up to 800TB. But it suffered another spate of uncorrectable errors on the way to 900TB, and it died without warning before reaching a petabyte. (...) The drive may have been brought down by a sudden surge of flash failures too severe to counteract. In any case, the final blow was fatal; our attempts to recover data from the drive failed.
What if Isla is already past her termination date? It would explain why would that female boss be against letting her work again, since she wants to hide that fact and probably save her life. It would also explain why Isla sucks so much at her job, even though she's a veteran - her memories got fucked after the termination date, and she forgot all those years of training/working.
The writing is really weak and the jokes seem so forced and on such a low level. First we get this gag with the veteran girl promising an ace up her sleeve and then showing up with tea and snacks each day and getting rejected every time.
Then, as you mentioned, the painfully overmilked banana peel gag right after that choppily animated jumpgag.
One thing I did like was the emotional departure of androids from their families. The first time this happened with the old couple and what appeared to be their "son" was very touching and sweet. However, the second time around with the child and old woman was just more of the same if not pertaining to less of an impact. If this is the show's ace then I'm sorry to say that it's already getting old.
Finally, we have this "really emotional" scene where we're supposed to feel engaged with some random character introduced just minutes before without giving any background (They use these really cheap tricks of having a cute girl with a cute voice crying to sad piano music).
This then ends with a fucking piss-gag. I am probably getting too rustled but damn, who thought that it would be fitting to do that?
In the end, I was left disappointed. After hearing about who is the director and writer, I genuinely expected better writing with a more comprehensible plot and more creative characters (We have annoying tsundere girl; quiet, cute doll girl; fiery red-hair girl etc. etc.)
I will give the show a chance and watch at least another 3 or 4 episodes but currently it is, at best, average.
Gunslinger Stratos can be considered an original considering that the source was an arcade shooting game (and thus, had no story to speak of)
There's also Houkago no Pleiades and Punchline
Thank you based science.
Best girl. I want to take loli gynoid home.
Through the work and growing closer to Tsukasa (even though she's been hurt before) she'll gradually come to peace with her fate, and he'll get to appreciating her all the more for how strong she is for having made it through that rough past.
God, this is going to be a rough one.
I liked the comedy bits
I have boner right now. Good job, Dogakobo
I didn't think the "I NEED TO PISS HUR DURR" right after the feels was very funny.
Akame ga Kill pulled the same shit, comedy right after a serious/sad part and it was terrible, did not go well at all.
Side story manga about Michiru's times as a newbie
that, of course, will never be translated ;_;
Partly that it sounds like the idea is that the "data" from their soul just naturally degrades, and so just doesn't hold up past 9 years.
There's a much more metaphysical and philosophical question here though of what actually gives Giftias their souls, and whether it can just be moved and copied like digital data. If we could recreate the exact same composition of molecules as you, would that be you, or something completely new that just starts identical to you? Or is there something more to your person than that?
Hopefully they'll get into discussing the notion of cloning in there as well, this is a pretty natural lead-in conversation to that.
So what episode will one of the other Giftia's on staff have to be put down to show the MC it's going to happen about Isla?
So what kind of problems would happen if the androids stay around longer than they suppose to? Already this show is boring as fuck. I was literally expecting some sort of monster to come out of that little girl.
>The errors start as soon as they've been manufactured
Then they would not fuction right and break down in unpredictable ways.
If the "data" it just a term and is tied to their "souls" then it would make sense.
>Then they would not fuction right and break down in unpredictable ways.
As in they start but they are very small, it not until the years role by that the errors grow and become fatal.
That's pretty much what I figure, anyhow... that the same reasons the plastic soul technology is unique make it fragile and ephemeral.
Also, this episode being called "my first partner", I guess the next season would be him picking up the pieces and working with a brand new Giftia. So maybe they won't totally blow their wad on a love story with Isla.
Moe Replicants: The Anime
I'm making the assumption that it's not completely about hard drive degradation, because even older things have ways to check for errors to keep operating, even in the presence of bad sectors. There are also ways to recover data, etc.
I'm pretty sure the only way to completely justify it is that after a certain period of time there is a programming bug that no one caught. It might have to do with memory. There's this thing I heard about japanese programmers being shit, I don't know if it's true, though.
Violent backlash against creators due to imminent death when?
Make that two Asuka clones.
>MC named Subaru
>oh that's funny
>it's actually done in collaboration with Subaru
I don't know what to think from this show
we had a similar kind of plot with Rolling Girls last season, I don't know if I want to watch the same sort of story again
Not really. Grief and loss are such fundamentals of emotion that you kind of need to invoke them at some point. And everyone knows that people getting sad at sad things = forced drama.
It's an anime original I think.
Watched first ep, it was pretty damn sad. Usually I have to wait a few episodes to develop attachment to characters before I get sad, but this was pretty well done. Looking forward to next ep. You should try it anon.
Anything is possible if you're determined enough, anon!
>Build Androids that are designed to show the most amount of human-like qualities and emotions, and allow them to form bonds with humans.
>Build them with a service life.
The Japanese are truly monsters
They are human-like, most likely they can have sex too and one of the later stories will deal with an owner separating from his/her giftia lover.
And said event will be important for the development between Isla and Tsukasa.
>Leaving banana on head
>Turning up with food scaling with more each time
>Falling into bush
>I need to pee
None of these were actually funny in any way shape or form.
>I'm pretty sure the only way to completely justify it is that after a certain period of time there is a programming bug that no one caught.
There is absolutely no way it's a traditional bug; it would have been caught and repaired by now. It's more likely that the souls are actually some sort of science-magic that degrade over time, but a more logical explanation would be that there's a certain capacity for how much memory can be processed by their personality algorithm before stuff needs to get thrown out to make room for new data. This is slightly different from storage issues, because if they increased the capacity to process information there would probably be a performance hit (perhaps to the point where they can't simulate humans at a reasonable speed). There's probably a few other similar explanations.
But really, it's just magic.
>There's this thing I heard about japanese programmers being shit, I don't know if it's true, though
This is true.
I want to protect her and keep her soul running forever. Help me, /a/ ;_;
What, no self-driving cars?
But it could be. If a bug is only found nearly a decade after the code was made, all bets are off. You may as well say any commercial grade software doesn't have any bugs because they would have caught it already.
>personality algorithm before stuff needs to get thrown out to make room for new data
There is such a thing as paging memory, you know. You're probably using an OS that has that feature right now.
There are a bunch of things that this imaginary code could have wrong, but hell if I know what's going on.
>people are coming up with theories about what technomagic is running these things and why they degrade
>shocking truth is that the boss is jew and having android last lifetime isn't good for business
There was probably some big tragedy or some shit that caused her to become defective.
Generic but not offensively so. I just hope all the female cast doesn't fall for him, they got some nice potential for side pairings here.
I'm going to be so fucking mad if this happens
I don't want real life in my anime
Was ready to brand her as worse girl right off the bat, but she redeem herself by the end of the episode.
Is there any /a/non that did not feel touched in anyway by Nina's retrieval?
>implying the show won't turn into some bizzare mix of Gunslinger Girl, Speed Grapher, and GITS
It might be that the period of time for partial/complete loss of function is not definite, only that it begins to emerge after a certain period of time
>mfw those malfunctions/fluctuations due to overtime makes her more close to humans the more time she lived
Tsukasa es mi casa.
The trip system is there for a reason afterall, thanks for understanding.
Holy fuck, this setting was so fucking dumb.
>Make robots with a soul
>Only works for 9 years and 4 month
>They have to pee and everything
>Are perfect in every ways
>HAVE to retrieve them
>Department doing it has like 3 teams and that's it
>When they are the sole company selling that kind of android
>All those questions like "what about pedophile? Do they get to rape little androids?" Etc.
This was so fucking dumb
Oh God, I can feel my bitch tears coming when the show ends ;__;
The great question is:
How do they get the souls? Human sacrifices? Invading the limbo? Some sort of complicated data? if that's the case how do they manage to hit the 9 years and 4 months? it is made on purpose or just a side effect for playing god?
Are we getting those answers this season or it will be angel beats! all over again?
Am I supposed to find this emotionless albino matchstick attractive?
Because I don't.
The "souls" are most likely just really (like REALLY) advanced AI.
And maybe that fucks with their memory capacity or something and makes them only able to function for ~9 years.
10 times 2^13. It probably has 10 memory storages that can hold 2^13 units of data in them and the memory gets filled 1 unit of data in an hour. After they are filled, the memory starts to replace old memory with new data. Alternatively, after that amount of recorded data, it becomes too hard to process.
FUCK YOU ALL no one told me this was about feelings, I thought it was a comedy
personality and thoughts are formed from external influences and internal processes. Testosterone levels, hormones etc.
The andriods would have to process massive amounts of information and able to respond accordingly, having all the inbuilt behaviors and learning patterns humans have. Holly fuck that would be a job and a half to implement.
>This company has a monopole on building a special kind of Android who is such a fucking hit that they have enough money to own a FUCKING HUGE SKYSCRAPPER
>They only need 3-4 teams and one-two pencil-pusher to dispose of their products
They must be charging some unholy amount of money..
It might have to do with accumulation of data, but it is most likely not just a filled hard drive.
It has plastic in the name, of course it's transparent
1080p is used for Blurays where is actually matters, pic related. 1080p here is just gain less up-scales of 720p for TV broadcast, so there's no increase in actual quality.
Oo oo, and then we can have a whole story about how the supposedly out-of-commission bots are actually being mothballed by the evil corporation until D-day when they'll be back to exploit their former owners.
I am looking forward to seeing how they will handle this. Hope one of the Gifitias will go crazy and harm their owner causing a huge media outrage or something along those lines
She is perfect, I don't care if she is defective or not. I want my own Isla special edition model with no time limit.
I feel like it's a code for something. The amount of time is just too random.
We can simulate some hormone action, actually.
The big problem right is taking in input from sight and sound. Voice recognition is kinda shit right now, and they're still trying to get robots to identify objects properly.
We haven't even gotten to "What do we do when we know what we're actually looking at?"
It'll turn out she's already past her hours and the reason she sucks so much at her job is that she's losing her memories and personality
The lady who was her partner didn't want her to do field work anymore because now people will notice it
The show had just started but I already coouldn't hold tears. Definitely anime of the season.
And Isla... Way too perfect.
I was just going to pass over this series until I saw Dogakobo but looking around I have a feeling it isn't a comedy like their other recent shows
Is it going to be worth it?
the wordline's divergence number.
I immeadietly pictured that gif in my mind while watching the scene.
Also, I usually avoid anything "future" related like the plague, as japanese can't into futuristic design and stories, but this is surprisingly moe, so I'm in.
Most likely they are like terminators with artifcial tissue and blood but their inner frame is all mechanical. Would be nice if the show goes in-depth about how they are actually created.
O great, another one of those guy meets beautiful girl moments. So this is like Psycho Pass where Inspectors make sure the Enforcers don't run off kind of thing? This is even worse than Psycho Pass, the spotters don't have to do anything.
It gets quite emotional whenever I see the humans part from their emotional companions, but the image of animu waifu pillows keep showing up and the feels just disappear.
So this is Sora no Method 2.0? Cute girl hijinks overshadowed by terrible drama?
The shitty shigatsu ending already shat up the board with "muh feels"
What will this series cause?
plastic is a material that lasts forever
so is this implying...