Cybor sex robots
Writing in , robotics expert David Levy predicted that sex robots with the ability to talk and respond to touch will be commercially available in 2017.“This coming wave of sex robots will be human-like in appearance and size,” He wrote. And they will allow intercourse according to their owner’s sexual orientation and tastes.”According to Levy, the first wave of these new sex robots will resemble Real Dolls — realistic silicon dolls created by a company in California — but with more “functionality.” (The quotes around “functionality” were present in Levy’s original writing, so make of that what you will). For ,000, Levy says users will be able to buy sex robots with synthetic skin embedded with electronic sensors allowing them to respond to touch, the ability to talk back in a “sexy voice,” and heating elements so that they’ll be warm … Abyss Creations, which makes Real Dolls, is supposedly at the forefront of this field, though there are numerous Asian companies making major advances of their own.
Matt Mc Mullen, the founder and CEO of Abyss Creations said his vision for the future of sex robots involved emotional attachment.
Experts say these specialised robots will start to appear in ordinary homes in the next decade, as lonely humans look for love.
Samantha is one of the hyper-realistic dolls to be released into the growing market of lifelike sex dolls.
“I want to have people actually develop an emotional attachment to not only the robot but the actual character behind it,” Mc Mullen said.
“To develop some kind of love for this being.”Of course, that’s complicated. We may find out firsthand in less than a year.“I’ve no doubt some will find it creepy, but we can be clear on this: The arrival of sexually responsive robots will have enormous consequences,” Levy said.
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You’ve had yet another disappointing date on Tinder.
So you think to yourself, could love become any more soulless? For those who have given up on the opposite sex, or just fancy something a bit novel, why not try a sexbot?
Maybe the chat’s a bit boring, but at least they look like your favourite movie star – or even your ex (stalker alert).
For instance, one man in Hong Kong spent a fortune creating a robotic woman that looks like Scarlett Johansson for a bargain £34,000. Turn up her intellectual setting and she will recite poetry or crack jokes.