The report suggests that over a quarter of 18-34 year-olds will feel it's normal to form friendships and even romantic relationships with robots in the future instead of humans.
And it seems that men are more likely to embrace the bots, with the report indicating that males are three times more likely to form a relationship with a robot than women.
Despite this growing connection to the online world for some, there was widespread consensus (70 per cent of respondents) that smartphones are weakening human bonds.
Yet it is younger people who are feeling the worst effects of this.
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Scroll down for video - 27% of 18-34 year olds would form a relationship with a robot- British men were three times more likely to form a relationship with a robot compared to women- Men are also more likely than women to prefer their social media lives to their real ones- 70% said that smartphones are weakening human bonds - 42% of 18-34 year olds report feeling depressed or unhappy after seeing other people's lives online- 40% of people aged between 18 and 34 are concerned that robots will take their jobs The report was created by Paris-based Havas, and examined the future of artificial intelligence, and people's attitudes to the future of technology.
The findings were based on a survey of 12,000 people of mixed ages worldwide.
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As robots become an ever increasing part of our daily lives, humans could soon find love with the machines, according to a new report.Love and the act of sex is set to become increasingly separate, with relationships increasingly becoming based on more than just sex.