Some companies have already been experimenting with creating intelligent and advanced AI love doll robots, and have made significant breakthroughs in some technical areas… A shocking new report recently claimed that within just 50 years, humans will choose sex doll robots over actual humans as partners.
The report, titled “The Future of Sex,” claims that “robotophilia” will become increasingly common as technology advances.
Commissioned by Bondara and written by renowned futurist Dr. Ian Pearson, the report states that at first, many people will still be hesitant to engage with AI sex doll robots, but as they become more accustomed and with changes in artificial intelligence, mechanical behavior, and subjective experience, humans and robots will become friends with strong emotional bonds, and that resistance to their existence will gradually disappear.
The report sets 2070 as the year in which human-sex robot unions will surpass human-human unions. It also notes that within just 30 years, most people will have “some form of virtual love, like they casually browse information online today.”
Dr. Pearson states that advances in automated and intelligent technology will provide opportunities for those who may not have had them otherwise.
He writes, “Virtual reality (VR) can give those who would otherwise have little opportunity to experience a beautiful relationship: those who are too old or whose behavior is restricted in real life.”
The reality is that some companies have already been experimenting with creating intelligent and advanced robot sex doll, and have achieved impressive results.
The CEO of “realistic doll” manufacturer RealDoll, Matt McMullen, created a new toy called “Harmony” that blinks, opens its mouth, and even talks to you. His ultimate goal is to create a love doll that looks like “her” and enjoys interacting with people.
He previously stated on the popular forum website Reddit before the company’s research and development, “We will likely form a new company specifically to develop AI and real adult toys, as well as potential virtual reality applications.”
Meanwhile, another robotics expert has launched a campaign to ban the development of sex robots in the UK. Dr. Kathleen Richardson, a senior research fellow at De Montfort University in England, claims that the development of sex doll robots is a “disturbing” trend that needs to stop.
She believes, “Love doll robots seem to be gaining more and more attention in the robotics industry, and the models they adopt – how they look, what roles they will play – are really quite disturbing.”
“To me, the manufacture of such AI love doll robots will damage relationships between men and women, adults and children, men and men, and women and women.”