Technology and Innovations, these two things are nothing but the recreations of ancient theories that can be applied in thousands of ways. Technology has brought a revolution to the fields of music and photography as well. Today, we can do a lot of things with just a simple use of technology.
But what's next in the field of innovation?
"Too much of anything could destroy you, Simon thought. Too much darkness could kill, but too much light could blind." - Cassandra Clare (City of Lost Souls, The Mortal Instruments).
Robots will overtake humans in future, and we will remain busy in the virtual world. I don't support this much. Okay, it is great that we have innovation and such stuff, but it is good only to a limit. Beyond that, it is harmful and useless.
"Sex Robot will always be pleasing & could even become better at technique because they would be programmable to a person's need," Charvet told the London tabloid.
Joel Snell, the researcher recently outlined the danger of robotic sex in an interview. The primary purpose of these sex robots is to satisfy the people who fail in finding a partner as satisfying physical desire is also an important part of your life. And these sex robots are specially programmed for this task.
It is just amazing how they are working on the minor things. However, there are a lot of individuals who are very shy with the opposite sex; they can remove the shyness with the help of these robots.
Roxxxy is the world's first sex robot according to its creators. We are not supplanting the wife or trying to replace a girlfriend. ItThis is a solution for people who are between relationships or someone who has lost a spouse. Douglas Hines, the creator of the Roxxxy sexbot, said.
...I do not want to lose myself in the virtual world because I know the importance of reality. One day these robots will take over your girlfriend's position.
While the world may not offer much long-term security, it offers tons of instant pleasure. I don't need anything else if I get music, movies TV shows, etc. in seconds.