Sex robots with terrifyingly realistic genitalia to hit the market NEXT YEAR and cost £12,000
These next generation of sex dolls are due to be "hyper realistic" with never before seen features installed for customers pleasure
SEX robots with terrifyingly realistic genitals are set to hit the market next year for around £12,000.
That means one of the bonking bots could be yours for less than the price of a new Ford Fiesta.
These next generation of sex dolls are due to be "hyper realistic" with never before seen features installed for customers pleasure.
Built in heaters for that body-heat feel and sensors to respond to touch will be installed to give customers looking for robo romps a more human experience.
The life-like love androids are called "RealDolls" and are made by California based Abyss Creations.
Company founder Matt McMullen said: "I want to have people actually develop an emotional attachment to not only the robot but the actual character behind it – to develop some kind of love for this being."
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A top researcher in the area has revealed he believes the arrival of sex robots that are not simply passive partners will have a profound effect on human sexual behaviour.
David Levy, author of Love and Sex with Robots said: "I've no doubt some will find it creepy, but the arrival of sexually responsive robots will have enormous consequences.
"We have already seen rapid changes in human relationships thanks to the internet, mobile devices and social media.
"The next major advance will enable us to use our technology to have intimate encounters with the technology itself – to fall in love with the technology,to have sex with robots and to marry them."
Professor Noel Sharkey, who is considered the UK's leading authority on the morality and ethics of the robotic revolution.
He predicted that youngsters could soon end up having their first erotic experience with a mechanical love machine – with grim implications for the relations between real men and women.
He said: "It's not a problem having sex with a machine. But what if it's your first time, your first relationship? What do you think of the opposite sex then? What do you think a man or a woman is?
"It will get in the way of real life, stopping people forming relationships with normal people."
The idea of human/robot relationships has been at the forefront of science fiction for years with it acknowledged in genre classics like Blade Runner.
The topic is also a central part of the Channel 4 series Humans which returned to screens this month.