Technology is the collection of techniques, skills, methods, and processes used in the production of goods or services or in the accomplishment of objectives, such as scientific investigation.
Well, technology is helping regular humans worldwide in making complex tasks and processes easier to perform and that redeeming quality of technology spread to sex last year.
Since last year, Realbotix, a robot company, has been using advanced artificial intelligence technology to create the world’s first female sex robots.
- Matt McMullen stands beside one of his female sex bot creations
Realbotix is owned by Matt McMullen who created Harmony, an artificial intelligence app that syncs up almost unbelievably well with a robotic head system.
The ground-breaking application which has made sex certainly more interesting enables users to match an artificial intelligence with a humanoid robot head, creating the most realistic sex doll imaginable.
These advanced sex robots can acquire and process information allowing them to talk, learn and satisfy a customer’s sexual desires.
Currently, there are only female versions of Harmony avatars and robotic heads – and they cost around £11,000, but Matt thinks there is a demand for male versions.
With a view to satisfying that demand, Matt McMullen, and his team are aiming to release male versions of these amazing sex companions.
These male sex robots will have robotic penises and will be able to ‘go’ for as long as the user wishes with experts saying that they could be more popular than sex toys like vibrators and dildos in the nearest future.
While speaking to Daily Mail Online, Matt McMullen was quoted as saying,
‘We’re working on a male version of the robot AI. We’ll eventually have a male and a female platform available.’
Matt, whose firm is based in San Diego, California, previously revealed he had blueprints to create a male sex robot with a bionic penis late last year.
These pioneering male sex robots will be extremely lifelike and will come in all shapes and sizes even down to the manhood.
There’s rebuilding that needs to happen on both fronts to create a male platform but Matt McMullen says his team is working hard on that.
World leading AI researcher Dr. David Levy told Daily Star Online that male erotic cyborgs could be more popular than sex toys such as vibrators and dildos.
He said ‘I’m sure women will find robots equally appealing as men. If women are that interested in getting satisfaction from a vibrator, imagine how the same women will feel having a robot they can put their arms around them and having the robot squeeze them.’
Despite satisfying the needs of thousands across the globe so far, Matt McMullen and his company Realbotix have come under fire for their ground-breaking invention.
Matt was scrutinized for objectifying women after he created a female sex robot with ‘big breasts’ and ‘pornstar features’.
But the CEO said he considers his creations more than sex dolls and refers to them as companion
Wait till all of these critics hear about Matt McMullen’s twist to his invention.