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Sexbot in bed with woman.
Can you imagine the day that you may need to obtain a license in order to operate your vibrator or sexual pleasure device?

Governments are very interested in future technologies and the opportunities they present, in the form of revenue. The sad reality is that soon we will all be accustomed to the Artificial Intelligence (AI) laws in the same way we are accustomed to registering our vehicles. As futuristic as this may sound, it is not as futuristic as you may think. It is likely that owners of AI units will be required to legally assume responsibility for both their robotic devices and the “learned” functions that they acquire.

I cant help but think, will there come a day when our sexual robots hold us hostage by charging US for their services? What could a highly advanced IA device need from a human that can’t be mechanically created? Ironic to imagine that man creates robot for sex, then robot blackmails man for love.

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It was just another day in the wonderful world of Google when they announced Glass—a pair of sleek eyewear that could change the world.  Texting, video chat, instant access to Google and all of its services, their preview video shows its users partaking in everything from virtually sharing a birthday experience to flinging themselves around on a trapeze.  Their preview did not, however, explore the possibilities that open up for the adult entertainment industry.

Picture this:  you’re at home watching the latest Joanna Angel release on DVD.  You hit the orgy scene and a particular tattooed beauty catches your eye.  Within seconds, you’ve shifted from the standard view to a point-of-view shot recorded by the Glass eyewear her partner had on.  While recording, he looks up at a pink-haired porn star, and you shift again, bouncing around the orgy’s performers.

But it’s not about just changing angles on professional shoots. Glass has infinitely expanded the capabilities and range of point-of-view amateur porn.  No more phones or handheld video cameras handicapping the participants –both hands are now in use—which will create a range of more in depth and creative motion that the amateur industry has been unable to achieve until this point.

Upskirting, recording sex in public, erotic video chat… we want to know what will you do with Glass?

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We are witnessing the technological progress unfold in front of our eyes and soon this seemingly futuristic technology will be both available and affordable for all. No longer is this science fiction, this is our reality.

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So Roxxxy isn’t the most attractive robot I have seen, however she is a clear sign that the progress of sexual robotic technology is striving ahead. TrueCompanion is the company that engineered and sells Roxy (and Rocky), however their website seems to lack the pizzazz of what I would expect from a state-of-the-art technology company.

Here is a link to a video that was shot at the 2010 AEE show. If for nothing more than to set a base line for where and when it all began, this is where this industry is heading.

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Launched in 2003 by the industrial design and engineering team of Eric Kalen, Carl Magnuson, and Filip Sedic, intimate lifestyle company LELO has since expanded from a single office in Stockholm to a worldwide brand with over 200 employees in the U.S., Australia, Asia, and Europe.  Now selling in over 40 international markets, LELO has more than doubled its sales volume annually since its inception.

At an average retail price of $100 per vibrator, LELO’s luxury products range from the diminutive “lipstick” model, MIA, and the motion-controlled, waterproof TIANI, to the ultra-high end, 24-karat gold-plated INEZ, priced at $15,000.  In 2010, LELO expanded its offerings to include cuffs, ties, and blindfolds, as well as massage oils, candles, and a water-based personal moisturizer.  In 2011, LELO debuted its SUSSURRA line of silk lingerie and loungewear, as well as PicoBong, a lower-priced brand designed to appeal to a younger clientele.  Every one of LELO’s products is certified as body-safe before being brought to market.

LELO’s products have been featured in Forbes,Cosmopolitan, Elle, Women’s Health, Maxim, GQ, Wired, and the New York Times, among others.  LELO recently appeared at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show, and has signed partnerships to sell its products through Walgreens, Apoteket, and Wynn Las Vegas, as well as luxury boutiques in Los Angeles, New York, London, Paris, Rome, Berlin, and its native Stockholm.

 

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