Engineer Designs Sex Robot That Needs To Be Romanced Before She Puts Out
Can robots love? According to movies like “A.I.: Artificial Intelligence” and “Bicentennial Man,” yes. In reality, probably not.
But their inability to love doesn't mean that they're ready to jump in the sack with you.
An engineer has successfully designed a sex robot that needs to be romanced before you can have sex with her, just like a real human.
Sergi Santos, the engineer in question, wants robotic sex dolls to enjoy having sex just as much as the human.
That is to say, at least look like it is enjoying sex as much as we do. Just like my wife, hey-o!
The sex doll, named Samantha, is built with the latest advancements in artificial intelligence, and if you look past her immobile glassy gaze, you'll notice she can react to a human's touch.
Touch her hand or hips and Samantha will say “I love this,” or “Nice and gentle.” Two phases a woman has never said to me.
Santos told Ruptly TV,
Basically she likes to be touched. She has different modes of interaction ― she has romantic, she has family and she has also sexy modes.
I am not sure what the Barcelona-based engineer means by the “family” setting but it's probably something like Disney Channel's Original Movie “Smart House.”
Samantha is even a big fan of kissing. Santos says,
Normally she likes to be kissed always and also she responds to, basically, the G-spot and also the breasts. She also responds to the hands.
Samantha, however, just won't let you get it in after holding her hand for a second. She's programed to want romance first before she's comfortable enough to get sexual.
The objective, the final objective of the sexual mode is to give her an orgasm.
Which is more than most real-life women get.
Samantha is available at Syntheaamatus.com for around $5,374.
But my absolutely favorite feature? When she wants to get romantic, she'll ask Alexa to lower the lights and turn on a sexy playlist.
Robots talking to robots, it's like why do humans even need to exist anymore?
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