Just when we thought sex robots couldn’t get any weirder, AI engineers went ahead and took it to the next level by creating yet another absurd sex robot that literally does not need to exist. I mean, why couldn’t they just stop at the Scarlett Johansson sexbot? I think that was weird enough.
Gentlemen, meet Silicon Samantha, the new sex robot that responds to touch and has a goddamn G-spot.
With touch sensors on its hips, shoulders, mouth, and vag area, it lets you know when it’s horny, and says phrases like “I'm on for you all the time,” and “nice and gentle,” and “now then, what's next?” Just watch the totally not disturbing video here:
Silicon Samantha was created by Spanish engineer Sergi Santos, who says his freaky-looking sexbot is also capable of “emotional closeness,” meaning it can fall in love with you or something, which is terrifying. I don't know a single person on this planet who would want a robot to fall in love with them. I know I don't.
Seriously though, the day there's a love connection between a robot and a human, just know that the end is near. Hasn't anyone seen Ex Machina? Now that is some scary shit.
“She has different modes of interaction – she has romantic, she has family and she has also sexy modes,” Santos tells the Daily Mail, suggesting Silicon Samantha is fun for the whole family.
Put her on family mode and have her meet your parents for some wholesome quality time. Maybe your parents will disown you after that, but no matter. You'll always have Silicon Samantha by your side.
“Normally she likes to be kissed always and also she responds to the G-spot and also the breasts. She can also respond to the hands, so basically the hands are family, the hips are family and romantic and basically the spots where she feel sexy would be mouth and the G-spot,” Santos says.
“She has a way of interacting, that initially she would like to be romantic, she would like to be family, and you get to a point that she wants to be sexual. The final objective of the sexual mode is to give her an orgasm."
Wow, the objective is to give an inanimate object an orgasm. Alrighty, then. If that's not the definition of counterintuitive, I don't know what is.
Well, there's that. Now the world has sexbots that talk, sexbots that sweat, and sexbots that have G-spots and can fall in love with you.
At this rate, we'll reach the apocalypse by Thanksgiving. Keep it up, world!
H/T: Daily Mail