Why Are Sex Robots Bad?
Four manufacturers currently make robot dolls
like life around the world. Still, experts predict that in the coming decades, they can become ordinary, used not only as talismans, but also for sex therapy and as companions for people who are lonely, disabled, or advanced in age.
Take the original doll. The California-based company launched 15,000 realistic, hyper-realistic silicone-sized sex dolls. He can talk about facts about your life, blink, smile, rejuvenate. And obviously, he can have sex with you. Harmony is being praised as the most significant development ever in the 30 30 billion sex technology industry.
According to Dr. Trudy Barber, the forerunner to the impact of technology on sex, the increasing immersion in our technology means that it is only a matter of time before sex becomes mainstream. Put: the robot will take steps to meet our daily needs and quickly save sex between partners for special occasions.
Speaking at the International Congress on Life and Sex for Robotics last year, Dr. Barber estimates that the use of artificial intelligence (AI) devices in the bedroom will become socially healthy in 25 years - and that the machine will allow people to appreciate the truth. '
"I think what will happen is they will make real-time relationships more valuable and interesting," he added.
Devices such as Rocky or Roxyxxi True Commune are currently available for around 7,000 7,000, but advances in this area are estimated to make lifelong and affordable sex robots. In fact, in April last year, a man found a way to make robots in his own home that resembled a woman he didn't know.
Ricky Ma, 42, from Hong Kong, who has no formal training in robots, spent 35 35,000 to build a robot woman who looked exactly like Scarlett Johansson. And there was nothing he could do about it.
Unlike the cruel and intelligent actress, her robot counterpart is programmed to answer questions such as "You are lovely" and "You are very funny," with nothing more than a smile and a wink.
This is a disappointing reflection of how women are portrayed in society - the cleverly diverse Ma three-dimensional creations.
Is all this cause for concern? Of course, Because now more money is spent on making these things than thinking about moral and social instability. We already know that pornography has a terrible effect on women, namely how society perceives women, which can manifest in real life.
But what happens when machines also begin to contribute to women's objections?
There is also a real concern that people will abuse the human nature assigned to robots - both sexual and physical. Whitby thinks this is a legitimate concern: "Are people going to misuse robots? Oh, yes, I'm sure. I'm sure the reason is that they already did. By the way, he was in the video game character he was shooting."
Because we don't understand the effects of cruel video games on young people's minds, we will begin to understand a few years ago that human-like robots interact with each other. Do it falls on our behavior together.
The makers of these robots are also partly to blame. A 2014 Nesta study, titled "Our Work Is Done Here: The Concept of Robot Economics," examines how machines are assigned gender in the workplace. Researchers have found that "male" robots are more suitable for repairing technical equipment, while "female" robots are more ideal for home services and maintenance.
In other words, people with general ideas create robots by gender principles, maintaining current stereotypes.
As long as these rules are not organized and robots are designed to understand gender roles, this evil trick will continue.
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