These 5 traits make us less attractive according to artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence draws our attention powerfully. Testing your ability to think and learn as well as the way it develops answers to questions that we find super curious always leaves us wanting more.

We’ve asked the AI ​​system, ChatGPT, for questions as different as what the happiest couples have in common, the best place in Europe to go in summer or the most popular CC cream in the world. In this article, we ask what makes us less attractive to other people.

These 5 traits make us less attractive according to artificial intelligence

When we talk about attractiveness, we are not limiting ourselves only to romantic or physical relationships. Attractiveness is everything that awakens our interest, admiration, or desire for a person. It can draw our attention in this sense, beyond the borders of relationship.

Generosity and empathy make us more attractive. | Image via Pexels
Image via Pexels

Well, when asked what things make us less attractive, the AI ​​system begins by clarifying that, obviously, attraction and preferences “vary from one person to another.” However, it does mention some general issues that reduce our magnetism and, beyond the lack of hygiene (yes, it puts it in the first place).

  1. Selfishness and lack of empathy

Artificial intelligence is clear. If there is something that ruins our attractiveness, it is “the lack of consideration for others and the inability to show empathy.” It explains that selfishness “implies a lack of consideration for the needs and desires of others, which may be unattractive to those who value empathy and reciprocity in relationships.”

In this way, there would be no collaboration, generosity or mutual support, therefore no balance.

  1. A pessimistic attitude

Being positive, decisive people, with a resilient and optimistic mentality that allows us to see the good side of things and face obstacles, makes us much more attractive in the eyes of others. As ChatGPT points out, “a constantly negative or pessimistic attitude can affect the attraction of some people.”

We ask why, and the first thing it alludes to is precisely the “negative energy” they transmit. “Negative people often emit negative energy that can be draining and discouraging to those around them. Their pessimism, constant complaining, and focus on the negative can affect the environment and make interactions tense or unpleasant,” the AI ​​clarifies.

  1. Lack of independence and autonomy

On an emotional level, excessive dependence on others and lack of autonomy can be considered unattractive according to ChatGPT. The AI ​​system affirms that people who have their aspirations and goals, who transmit self-confidence and have less need for external validation, are perceived as safe, mature, and emotionally balanced. Something that, for many people, is magnetic.

  1. Insecurity and lack of self-confidence

Derived from the lack of emotional independence – or vice versa – comes insecurity. As ChatGPT explains: “Excessive insecurity and lack of self-confidence can negatively affect some people’s attraction.” People who feel confident in themselves and their abilities, who trust in their potential, are perceived as more attractive. They reflect their confidence in a positive attitude, resulting in another aspect that multiplies the ability to attract.

  1. Lack of interest or passion for something

AI ensures that “a lack of interests or passions can make someone seem less interesting,” referring to a person’s goals and purposes in life. Why? Well, it is perceived as a lack of motivation and direction for navigating our lives.

The lack of passion leads to a lack of enthusiasm, vitality, and not seeking self-improvement and personal growth. Also, our identity, added to our interests, goals and passions, is precisely what makes us unique and authentic.

To conclude, ChatGPT emphasises that “these are generalities and that each person has their preferences and values.” It adds: “The most important thing is to be authentic and respect others, since attractiveness is largely based on the personal and emotional connection established between two individuals.”

We can not agree more!

This article was syndicated from Marie Claire Spain



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