The fantasy that prevails in this film, raises the illusion of finding a complementary being that adapts to our preferences and makes us full. "My algorithm is designed to make you happy," says the humanoid. Illusion that someone would have the possibility of being complementary, of knowing exactly what the other requires. We are at the antipodes of Lacan’s famous formula: "(Le Séminaire, Encore, 1975) "There is no sexual intercourse" (that is, there is no complementarity). There would be no rest, the subject would not be pierced by symbolic castration. AI competes with Zeus. The fantasy of the One, an organism prior to the separation of the androgynous by Zeus, could materialize with AI.
Key words: love | humanoid | algorithms | complementarity