*Japan has always been a country to watch when it comes to technology. It seems that by the time the U. S. even thinks of making a move with technology, Japan is already three steps ahead.
Now, according to some dude named Michael Snyder, the Japanese made a real life robot that walks, talks, thinks and apparently, given time, may do other things…kinky things.
According to him, its only a matter of time before men start exploring having sex with the blowup doll…OK, OK, to be fair he calls it a “virtually indistinguishable” robot.
He says technology is moving so fast that you can pretty much expect a place like Japan (who seems to be leading the charge right now in these lifelike robots) to create a doll that will give real women a run for their … (You fill in the blank).
Could happen…Scroll down for the video!
Especially if you consider all the socially dysfunctional people out there. Guys who never learned how to approach girls grew into men who still couldn’t approach women. These dolls might come in handy for them. They wouldn’t have to worry about saying the right thing or fretting over whether they can “satisfy” them or not.
Stop laughing. I’m being serious right now.
Michael Snyder says: Certainly many men would never be willing to totally give up on relationships with living, breathing women, but as robotic technology continues to advance at an exponential rate there will be men (and women) that will be tempted to abandon real relationships entirely. And that day is approaching a lot faster than you may think.
As you will read about below, incredibly life-life female robots are being introduced in Japan right now. The creators of these robots are not designing them for sexual intercourse at the moment, but experts say that it is only a matter of time before this technology is adapted for such purposes. The potential market for female sex androids is absolutely massive, and there are no laws against such a thing in most countries. But as men all over the globe begin acquiring these sex droids, what will that do to real relationships between men and women and what will that say about our society?
And listen to this: The creators of these chillingly life-like robots are about to launch them as office workers such as your friendly receptionist, actresses, and full-size mechanical copies for pop idol fans, and clones of the dearly departed.
Can you say, “Oh god?”
Anything from a full-sized Dorothy Dandridge to possibly, Michael Jackson. After all, can a male android be far behind?
There is even talk that the naturalistic, even engaging, she-droids may be taken up as male partners in the not-too-distant future.
An Android who has been causing a real stir in Japan is called “Asuna” and she was a star attraction at Tokyo Designers’ Week showcase earlier this month. She’s part of a series dubbed geminoids, and is supposedly ready to be commercialized according to her creator, robotics professor, Hiroshi Ishiguro.
Watch Asuna in the video. As you will see, she has been designed to very closely resemble a 15-year-old girl…
Please note she’s not a “sex robot,” and according to Snyder, her designers do not anticipate making her into one. But experts say that it is only a matter of time before this kind of technology is adapted for such purposes. In fact, there are firms over in Japan that are already making sex dolls with skin texture that is “indistinguishable from the real thing”…
‘Physical relations will be possible in general with such androids,’ said Takahashi Komiyama.
‘Androids for the sex industry are a definite possibly. Some have even fallen in love with Ishiguro’s geminoids. So we can’t rule those relationships out.’
Japan already boasts the world’s most advanced sex dolls from firms such as Kanojotoys or Orient Industries based in Tokyo.
Around £6,000 buys the very superior Yasuragi ‘dutch wife’ sex doll with extras such as movable eyes and flexible fingers and a skin texture its makers say is indistinguishable from the real thing.
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