A California company is set to release a line of hyper-realistic sex robots with ‘human-like’ genitalia which means the apocalypse is nigh…or something like that. If you’re like me then you can’t really wrap your mind around banging a robot, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a HUUUGE market for sex robots.
These life-like sex bots will retail for around $15,000, so this is big business, and unlike the typical world of robots where the U.S. is chasing after Japanese innovation standards it is the Japanese who are scrambling to catch up to our sex robot innovation, according to Metro UK:
The machines in question are being developed by Abyss Creations at their Californian factory, and are likely to retail for around $15,000 (£12,300). But we can be certain that rival companies in America, Japan and Korea are scrambling to catch up.
‘We can expect the first ones to resemble the current RealDolls, a range of expensive but extraordinarily detailed silicone sex dolls made in America, but with more ‘functionality’. This will be comparatively limited at first – some basic words, some simple movements and vibrations in response to touch.
‘Synthetic skin embedded with electronic sensors will enable the robots to react with (artificial) pleasure as they are caressed by their owner-lovers, for example. And as Artificial Intelligence researchers improve the quality of computer-generated conversation, robots will develop the skills needed for seduction and the whispering of sweet nothings during love-making.
Somewhere, Sterling Mallory Archer is defecating in his pants at the thought of sex cyborgs overrunning the planet by the end of 2017. If you’re a fan of Archer then you know that Sterling’s second biggest fear behind alligators and crocodiles are cyborgs, and sex dolls with electronic sensors are bordering dangerously close to cyborgs territory.
There are LOTS of videos on YouTube about the lifelike Gen 1 ‘Real Doll’ but this next line of sex robots is supposed to be the ‘future’, and after browsing through YouTube briefly I can’t imagine how these robots get any more realistic.