The sex dolls in HBO’s “Westworld” may take longer. In some recent rumors and stories, the conclusion we have about sex robots and new sex doll technology is: It’s not that far, but it’s definitely positive. Go forward that step.
ESDOLL, a manufacturer of sex dolls, said that a new generation of ultra-realistic sex dolls is under development, and pointed out that robots still lack the technology to make them look like humans. “Silicone Lover” co-founder Louis Love said on social media: “People have replaced human companionship with sex dolls. In addition, a new sex robot has been made in China, similar to HBO fever. Like the robot depicted in the drama “Western World”.
Keep up with the pace of sex robots
Comedian Whitney Cummings added a sex robot to her performance at the end of the Netflix special “Can I Touch It?”, which brought the sex robot into public view.
But her fascination with dolls can be traced back to 2007, when Ryan Gosling played an unsocial introvert in the movie “The Love of Inflatable Dolls” that was released at the time. He met a woman on the Internet who was in charge. When people know “she”, they find that she is a life-size doll, and a touching story full of drama and comedy follows.
The fascinating thing about sex dolls is captured in the film, which is how lonely human beings are and how far we will go to find a partner. If you have any questions, think about how much money is spent on pets. Robots are no different from pets, they are just more disturbing.
These dolls immediately created a lot of complex feelings, just like most people-some are personal, some are the most primitive neurotic. Robotics professor Masahiro Mori calls this gap between close to humans and fully humans the “Uncanny Valley”-that is, the more a robot looks like a human, the more humans can understand it until it starts to look too human. , Then it will trigger a sense of disgust.
They see through you instead of looking at you. In some people’s eyes, this is just an empty container that cannot be refuted, cannot express happiness, and cannot feel pain. This is reminiscent of lyrics by Eliot Smith: “She is expressionless, staring blankly into space, like a dead doll.”
The people who study these love dolls are not perverts. They are artists, craftsmen and scientists. They are proud of their art, because no job is automated, which means that a lot of time and energy are invested from modeling to injection molding to finalizing. But their optimism is also disturbing, as in the first act of “Jurassic Park,” everyone is excited, but no one stops to ask them if they should do it.
Whitney logged into a forum about sex robots and has been monitoring their conversations for months. She said: “I thought they would be some nasty ghosts, crazy.” “I don’t know how to tell you, they are very cute people, they like their dolls.”
With the introduction of artificial intelligence, these love dolls provide what their predecessors did not: intimacy and emotion.
In the development of sex robots-where is the moral bottom line?
A recent research paper on the ethics of sex robots suggested that these machines should be equipped with one and the same module. As the boundaries between robots and humans become blurred, as we become more dependent and attached to virtual life, it seems that It’s not that far from the topic of “machine life”.
The movie “She” maybe our way of thinking about the future, said Dr. Kino Cousy, a member of the well-known artificial intelligence and VR development team. “She” is about a newly divorced man Theodore fell in love with an artificial intelligence software named “Samantha” that exists in the cloud. Realbotix takes this concept to a new level and gives it a physical form.
Through setting, you can specify and character characteristics and different personality characteristics.
We created this character. This character lives in the cloud and can be accessed via the Internet, mobile phones, or robots. It is a character with multiple output media. Realbotix is now making it more sensitive to time and interaction.
For some reason, it is this kind of automatically generated intimacy that makes people shudder and sends people into the shadow of the uncanny valley. In fact, human emotions, passions, and emotions are being reduced to codes and algorithms. The experience of love, companionship and unconditional acceptance we usually expect from foreign objects is being invaded, copied, and eventually replaced by dolls. They live in the clouds during the day, staying quiet, and change their identities at night.
It can be whoever you want it to be, without any requirements or restrictions. ESDOLL editors can’t help wondering whether this will cause most people to choose humanoid robots without conflict.