Intelligent machines: Call for a ban on robots designed as sex toys

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LOL! Lads…the women are getting REALLY worried now. Check out the article on this link.

Here are some great quotes with my responses.

A campaign has been launched calling for a ban on the development of robots that can be used for sex.

I notice that over the last 40 years no women have campaigned calling for a ban on dildos and vibrators that women like to use with such gay abandon.

Such a use of the technology is unnecessary and undesirable, said campaign leader Dr Kathleen Richardson.

Really? Unnecessary? Undesirable? Says who? Oh, that’s right. A woman who can’t get laid and how has small breasts and lives in yo mammas basement.

So. Gentlemen. You are probably wondering.

“This woman who thinks she should decide that there should be a ban on sex robots. What does she look like?”

Yep. You guessed it. She is ugly as sin and she does not want competition. Here she is loud and proud in video. Would you bang? I wouldn’t and I am 51 as I type this.



 

Sex dolls already on the market are becoming more sophisticated and some are now hoping to build artificial intelligence into their products.

Those working in the field say that there is a need for such robots.

Dr Richardson, a robot ethicist at De Montfort University in Leicester, wants to raise awareness of the issue and persuade those developing sex robots to rethink how their technology is used.

Really? A woman is going to tell MEN to “rethink” how their technology is used? This is a woman who is using technology invented by men on a daily basis and almost NO technology invented by women.

Hey. Kathleen. How about YOU invent something useful as your gift to mankind rather then telling the ACTUAL INVENTORS of something useful what to do with their inventions…hmm?

“Sex robots seem to be a growing focus in the robotics industry and the models that they draw on – how they will look, what roles they would play – are very disturbing indeed,” she told the BBC.

Of course it is “very disturbing indeed” to you. You are an ugly old cow who does not want men to have any choice. You do not want any competition. So sex robots are “very disturbing indeed” to you. They are not “very disturbing indeed” to MEN. And the people who are creating them are MEN and the people who will be buying them are MEN.

You should just go back to your kitchen and make your man a sammich.

She believes that they reinforce traditional stereotypes of women and the view that a relationship need be nothing more than physical.

Of course we never hear women complain about how women lying in the family law courts reinforces the traditional sterotype that women are liars, hypocrites and manipulators of men in general. Nope. THAT traditional sterotype is ok. We never see women complaining about how alimony and child support reinforces the traditional sterotype of women being gold digging bitches who are too lazy to get a job for themselves and instead rely on stealing from a man via “voting”.

“We think that the creation of such robots will contribute to detrimental relationships between men and women, adults and children, men and men and women and women,” she said.

Funny how she is not worried about how women lying in the family law courts and stealing mens children, stealing mens houses, destroying mens businesses is “detrimental to relationships between men and women”. Nope. As long as the woman is getting money she has no problems about driving men to suicide.

Abyss Creations, which sells male and female sex toys, is now starting to introduce electronics into its creations.

Meanwhile True Companion boasts that it is developing “the world’s first sex robot” and promises to launch its first doll, Roxxxy, later this year.

Chief executive Douglas Hines believes there is a real need for products such as Roxxxy.

“We are not supplanting the wife or trying to replace a girlfriend. This is a solution for people who are between relationships or someone who has lost a spouse.

“People can find happiness and fulfilment other than via human interaction,” he added.

He told the BBC that he hopes Roxxxy will eventually become a self-learning engine that is able to talk to her owner and learn his likes or dislikes.

“The physical act of sex will only be a small part of the time you spend with a sex robot – the majority of time will be spent socialising and interacting,” he said.

Some experts are sceptical about the claims made for Roxxxy, given the huge complexity of creating intelligent machines but the first version – which will sell for $7,000 (£4,530) – has had thousands of pre-orders, according to Mr Hines.

Dr Kevin Curran, a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, believes such products are about to become mass market.

“We would be naive to ignore market forces for ‘intimate robots’. Building human-like robots is quite easy once the mechanics are taken care of,” he told the BBC.

“Turning these robots into attractive companions is simply adding a ‘skin’. Not difficult at all and not done much to date as most robots are built in research-led institutions – not businesses. That time is coming to an end,” he said.

However, he thinks a public backlash is inevitable.

“There have been campaign groups actively voicing opposition to killer robots but I foresee the time soon when humans are lobbying against robot companions or at least shouting ‘not in my backyard’,” he said.

Attractive companions

David Levy, author of the book Love and Sex with Robots, believes that there will be a huge market for dolls such as Roxxy and predicts that by 2050, intimate relationships between robots and humans will be commonplace.

“There is an increasing number of people who find it difficult to form relationships and this will fill a void. It is not demeaning to women any more than vibrators are demeaning,” he told the BBC.

As such robots become more sophisticated and are able to simulate human behaviour, so the relationship with humans will become more complex, he thinks.

Dr Curran worries that society as a whole is ill-prepared for an age where sophisticated robotic companions are the norm.

“Have we sufficient legalisation in place for the issues that can arise in a future where robots are sufficiently advanced as to be indistinguishable from humans at first glance? Can a robot marry? Can a robot couple adopt a child?” he said.

Of course. Men are already responding with video. You might want to watch this one.



MGTOW for the win gentlemen.

The women are REALLY worried now!


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  1. Personal issues aside, the reason that feminists don’t want this is because sex has always been the mainstay of women’s power over men. How is a man to be enslaved in marriage and plundered in divorce court if he is sexually satisfied without the involvement of a woman? Will he be willing pay for everything on a date in hopes of getting laid if he has “someone” at home always willing to do the job for free?

    It is not just sex in itself, because the desire to obtain sex from a woman causes a man to spend a lot of time in proximity with that woman. This gives her the opportunity to utilize some of the other means of influence she has over men like deceit and persuation. He listens endlessly to her self serving female opinions on everything, adopting many of them, and putting them into effect through the voting booth.

    Feminists think technology, like the men that create it, should be tools to serve the interests of women. Vibrators are OK because they serve women. Sex robots are not OK because they serve men. They see no problem with artificial insemination and sperm banks as this allows women to have children without any direct involvement from men. But an artificial womb, even though it would free women from the pains of childbearing, would make them nervous because it would allow men to have children without the direct involvement of women.

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