Con focuses on how the sexual gratification may be enough, dropping emotion and other needs completely and utterly (due to humans' chemical changes in their brain). However, this is lust and completely different from love itself. Mindful body thinks
notes carefully the many crucial separations of these two ideas. In particular, " Are you open to the hard work?" brings into question whether this love is actually worth the effort. Because normally the love takes devotion and energy, you take energy away from other people, which is why con's case doesn't make sense. Once again, there are two possibilities:
a) Your effort is rewarded because the creator designed it this way. This is unnecessarily cruel as he has complete control over the AI, and machines are meant to simplify tasks. Consider if his microwave could only heat up food if you cranked a lever on and on, this is simply absurd and you would always choose the normal microwave.
b) The creator lets the AI fulfill all your needs regardless of your efforts. This means that you have no need to fall in love with the AI, as the machine will fulfill your need regardless of a one-way relationship or a two way relationship. The AI will not feel neglected or sad unless, once again, the creator was cruel and let it feel this way due to "abandonment". But does your computer actively seek for companionship, once you put it to sleep or shut it down? Even if you leave it idle for one year, it will welcome you back, performing nearly just as well (other than hardware/software limitations). As such, falling in love with AI is pointless and a waste of time.
"Does the relationship get better over time?" Is a severe problem that b) shows you can't tackle. For most people, once you fall in love, it takes time to fall out of love, or even to decide to fall out of love. But all the AI's functionality ought to already be available for you, and as such the relationship stagnates.
The lack of control of emotion is not a factor here. If I said I couldn't control myself and ate 10,000 potato chips everyday, this does not mean I should continue eating the potato chips. The topic is should or should not, it does not even matter if you cannot stop falling in love with AI-- this is a theoretical idea about whether the benefits outweigh the negatives.
Conclusion: Falling in love with AI only detracts from your real life and is completely pointless, due to the master-servant relation with the creator. Con has cast only minor doubt in the user's own control, but what kind of developer doesn't create a way to shut down an AI in case something goes wrong? My case still stands strong. You should not fall in love with AI.