Robosex – or sexual relationship with robots could become a reality soon.
The artist and entrepreneur Matt McMullen has created 2 decades ago , by joke , sex dolls.
Robosex or sex doll are more and more realistic.
Thus, he improves his work thus the users can program a sex doll to have whatever personality they wish…more than that, the doll can simulate physical touch.
Now, Real Dolls are shipped to nearly every country in the world, with the majority in the United States
McMullen tries to make real dolls sex robots looking like real women…and it seams he can !
But the first question is – who needs these sex robots ? Shy men, lonely men ? But not only ..
The customers can be everybody!
According to the Abyss Creation Manufactory, the Department of Defense has purchased dolls from the company so soldiers can practice saving the wounded in war games or Psychiatrists have used them in therapy sessions.
Parents have ordered them for their autistic or otherwise challenged grown-up children.
Thus – we can not speak about a “type” who buys the company’s dolls.
They are bought by diverse people, diverse professions, ages, with different family situation…
Since mid-2010 over 4000 dolls have been created and shipped.
So , the prediction of Dr. Henrik Christensen, the chairman of the European Robotics Network at the Royal Institute of Technology, at the University of Stockholm, made in 2006, that “in the next five years” humans would be having sex with robots become a real fact.
If technology grows – thus perfect sex robots will be created.
The subject draws strong arguments from advocates and opponents of robotic relationships.
David Levy is expert in artificial intelligence.
His book , “Love and Sex with Robots” suggests that humans will fall in love with and even marry social robots in the not too distant future.
David argues that the entities we thought they are mechanical objects soon become the objects of real companionship and human desire. He explains how human interactions with technology have changed over the years.
The expert in artificial intelligence, David Levy, explores many aspects of human relationships—the reasons we fall in love, why we form emotional attachments to animals and virtual pets, and why these same attachments could extend to love for robots.
Levy also examines how society’s ideas about what constitutes normal sex have changed—and will continue to change—as sexual technology becomes increasingly sophisticated.
Alternatively robotics ethicist, Kathleen Richardson, is campaigning to ban sex robots.
She said that human-like sex robots look too much like real women and may contribute to gender inequalities in society.
“We are not proposing to extend rights to robots. According to our point of view, the robots are not conscious entities.
That’s why, we propose instead that robots are a product of human consciousness and creativity and human power relationships are reflected in the production, design and proposed uses of these robots.
As a result, we oppose any efforts to develop robots that will contribute to gender inequalities in society.”
What are the consequences, the ethical consequences to create these sex robots – with their realistic appearance, good looks, obedient, accepting everything, never can answer back, never say no…
For McMullen this could one day mean the end of human prostitution.
Indeed, that could be one of the consequences of creating artificial intelligence by using these robots.
But as long as virtual reality becomes more realistic and immersive being able to mimic and even improve on the experience of sex with a human partner- which of them will be preferred – a robot or a woman?
I think this question – even if it’s a normal one – on this point of discussion – is offensive to women.
Our civilization will arrive in that point where women will be compared with robots and not any kind of robots but robosex.
That day when men will give up dating in favor of life-size dolls- will come in the next few years.
So, that robotic, interactive, motion-sensing technology will become more and more central to the sex industry .
David Levy professed that by 2050 robots “will have the capacity to fall in love with humans and to make themselves romantically attractive and sexually desirable to humans.”
But don’t you think that that means to encourage males to have sexually predatory behavior?
During the campaign for presidential election, not only American women were horrified by the issue of sexual assault; women all over the world watched, with horror, a lewd video, in which the Republican nominee for President can be heard bragging how “when you’re a star” you can do whatever the hell you want to women’s bodies- and they
But what about are we talking when the subject is Robosex ?
That means : to enhance gender inequality; also, to see women like an object and you can do anything you want to a woman; as well as ,to encourage violence, abuse, disrespect;
But , more than anything else Robosex to encourage behaviors like Donald Trump’.