How much do you know about sex robot?
Sex robots, also known as companion robots, are intelligent robots that satisfy human sexual needs. Sex robot is a kind of intelligent robot which can simulate human’s skin and body, and can respond to human’s language and action like brain. It is specially designed to meet human’s sexual needs.
Sex robot is an artificial intelligence robot device. Such sex robots can trigger physical reactions through the brain, or give people a complete sense of sexuality in the brain. This sexual experience is safe and free from sexual confusion and the risk of sexually transmitted diseases.
The concept of sex toys will change dramatically in the future, as some scientists predict that by 2050, humans will be able to realize the dream of sleeping with robots.
The First Sex Robot
Heins, an AI Engineer at Bell Laboratories, finally developed the first highly simulated sex robot with his team. Sex robots, as the name implies, are offered for the gospel of men. As soon as the news comes out, it is strongly welcomed.
Combining the expertise of 18 artists and engineers from three countries, it took nearly two and a half years to complete a sex robot named Rocky, costing nearly a million dollars. Rocky’s skin is close to human skin, and she has five different personalities.
Research findings in recent years
Developers are still trying to develop socially interactive sex dolls. A sex doll named Roche was on display at a trade show in 2010. It can answer users with a prerecorded voice. Matt McMullen, founder of Real Doll, said in 2015 that he planned to create a sex doll capable of dialogue. Men-shaped sex robots are sometimes called “malebots” or “manbots”.
Dr. Sergi Santos of Barcelona has developed a sex robot called Samantha, which can switch between sexual patterns (in which `she’ mimics a woman’s orgasm) and family patterns. In addition, ‘she’ can also laugh with users and explore philosophy.
Henrik Christensen of the European Robot Research Network said in June 2006, “People will have sex with robots in the next five years.”
In an interview with Newsweek in 2014, David Levy, author of Robot and Sex, said: “I believe that the emergence of sex robots is undoubtedly a good news for society… Because millions of people can’t create good relationships for different reasons. He estimates that sex robots will become ubiquitous in the mid-21st century.