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10-Oct-2016 04:52

At a bare minimum, a lot of sex workers will probably lose their jobs.If lovotics — the study of human-robot relationships — becomes advanced enough and people start falling in love with their sexbots (or rather ), then there could be some wide-ranging repercussions.Even though these early general-purpose bots (such as Baxter in the video below) won’t be as fast or flexible as humans, they will be flexible enough that they can perform various menial tasks 24/7 — and cost just a few cents of electricity, rather than minimum wage.Likewise, self-driving vehicles will replace truck drivers, taxis, pizza delivery kids, and so on.[Read: Virtual reality and the future of sex.]Displacing jobs with robots isn’t necessarily a bad thing, though.Historically, robots have been a net creator of jobs, as they free up humans to work on more interesting things — and invent entirely new sectors to work in.Should my Tesla be able to refuse to drive me to work every morning?” Realbotix CEO/creative director Matt Mc Mullen is rolling out a doll, whose name is Harmony, that has a robotic head. Mc Mullen, whose company is in San Marcos, is the founder of Abyss Creations which makes the Real Doll.

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Basically everyone agrees that robotics and AI are going to displace a lot of jobs over the next few years as the general-purpose robot comes of age.

News of creator Matt Mc Mullen’s latest invention — he’s been making lifelike silicone sex dolls for 20 years — has created international media interest and a firestorm of criticism from ethicists and futurists who see a dark side to a sex doll that becomes more “human” with each technological innovation.

One critic worries that the doll’s artificial intelligence app could be hacked to make it kill its owner (like the vengeance meted out by sex robots in the film “Ex Machina” and TV show “Westworld”).

In short, they’ll probably be good enough to satisfy most sexual urges.

What effect these sexbots will have on human-human relationships, and the sex and human trafficking trades, remains to be seen.

Basically everyone agrees that robotics and AI are going to displace a lot of jobs over the next few years as the general-purpose robot comes of age.

News of creator Matt Mc Mullen’s latest invention — he’s been making lifelike silicone sex dolls for 20 years — has created international media interest and a firestorm of criticism from ethicists and futurists who see a dark side to a sex doll that becomes more “human” with each technological innovation.

One critic worries that the doll’s artificial intelligence app could be hacked to make it kill its owner (like the vengeance meted out by sex robots in the film “Ex Machina” and TV show “Westworld”).

In short, they’ll probably be good enough to satisfy most sexual urges.

What effect these sexbots will have on human-human relationships, and the sex and human trafficking trades, remains to be seen.

Mr Pearson says by 2030 virtual and robotic romps will take place as casually as people browse porn websites today, and a further five years later in 2035, there will be many sex toys available which interact with with virtual AI sex devices.