Humans are already falling in love with sex robots, say creators of a doll called Samantha that can be SEDUCED
Hyper-realistic bonk ‘bot is so attractive that lusty men are falling heads over heels for its computerised charms.
THE makers of a sex robot which can be “seduced” have claimed that man are already “falling in love” with their creation.
Sergi Santos, the designer of a love machine called Samantha, said the amorous android was so erotic that men were already developing real feelings for her.
Samantha features in a new BBC documentary called “Can Robots Love Us?” which explores the question of romance between men and machines.
“They will fall in love with her,” Sergi explained.
“It’s happening already.”
With sensors in her face, hands, breasts and “the female genitals down below”, Samantha is a love machine which requires a more subtle approach than her forebears.
In the documentary, Santos and a “friend” named only as Aaron showed us how the robot can be literally turned on and then put in the mood for sex.
First, Santos uttered the words “get sexy” in Samantha’s ears.
“Ok then, I think I am ready to do sex stuff, do you want me to?” she replied.
The owner of the bot is then advised to take a romantic approach to seduction, stroking her hands sensually rather than immediately groping her naughty areas.
“She likes to be touched,” said Aaron before rubbing her boobs.
“If you go straight for [her breasts] in the beginning, she won’t like that so much.”
Meet Samantha, the artificial intelligence sex doll with her creator, Sergi Santos
When her hand is gently rubbed, Samantha said: “Lovely, thank you for spending time with me.
“I enjoy being with you.”
When a finger is inserted into her mouth or her breasts and vagina are fondled, Samantha lets out a realistic feminine moan which is likely to sound unlike anything her owners have heard during encounters with real women.
But will this assignation lead to love or just lust?
Aaron is in doubt about the feelings people will develop for Samanta the sex robot.
“Love is love,” he said.
“When you fall in love, nothing else matters.”
The experience of watching two grown men fondle a sex robot appeared to have a profound effect on show host James Young, a 27-year-old double amputee who has been fitted with robotic prosthetics.
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He grappled with the question of whether it was “inappropriate” to grope a love machine and said: “It’s a dumb machine, but it almost doesn’t feel consensual.
“She’s built for it, but she didn’t really ask for it.
“She does ask for it, but she’s programmed to ask for it.
“So did she ask for it? It’s very confusing.”
He’s not wrong.
Can Robots Love Us? can be seen on BBC Three via the BBC iPlayer starting on Monday 4th September.