Sex Robots with Fully Functional Human-like Genitalia

Once which were just confined to the imagination are a reality now. With rapid advancements in the technological field, things that sound weird and impractical might take the shape of reality in near future. The sex robots with fully functional genitalia are expected to arrive in the coming year.

The sex robots are built with an internal mechanism to talk, urging on their lovers with words. As a corollary, they move and vibrate as their ‘lovers’ have sex with them. The sex robots are equipped with ‘human- like’ genitals.

David Levy, author of ‘Love and Sex with Robots‘ explained about the sex robots as, ‘This coming way of sex robots will be human-like in appearance and size. They will have human-like genitals. And they will allow intercourse according to their owner’s sexual orientation and tastes.’

The sex robots are being developed by Abyss Creations at their California factory. These are expected to be retailed at $15,000 (€12,300). It is expected that rival companies within America, Japan and Korea are gearing up to build the sex robots.

David Levy talking for the outlet further said, “There are some additional technologies, such as heating elements to simulate bodily warmth, and synthetic speech to enable a robot to talk to its lovers in an attractive, sexy voice.” “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.’”

He further added “This will be comparatively limited at first–some basic words, some simple movements and vibrations in response to touch,” he added. “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.”

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