From the UK's Daily Star so you know it's quality journalism, a couple weeks ago: World's biggest brothel throws down challenge to sex robots: 'They can't compete'
Dena, from famous Nevada legal brothel Sheri’s Ranch made the revelation to Daily Star Online.
Sheri’s Ranch is believed to be the largest establishment of its kind in the world – styling itself as a luxurious sex resort.
But scientists and engineers the world over are tinkering in labs and workshops to perfect the next generation of “sex robots”.
It has been predicted that by 2050, human-on-robot sex will be more common than human-on-human romps.
Dena told Daily Star Online that she doesn’t think the sex robots will be impacting them anytime soon.
She described how real sex workers offer so much more than the physical pleasure of the act. Sex robots will not be able to match the level of “connection” and “intimacy” clients are looking for in 2019.
And it comes after she revealed Sheri’s Ranch is swamped by millennial virgins, with more “late bloomers” than ever before.But then, from the Star today: Sex robot THREAT: AI girlfriends 'indistinguishable from humans' after major 5G upgrade
Dena said: “I personally don’t think sex robots will impact the legal brothel industry any time soon. “Our ladies offer a lot more that merely a physical encounter.
“Sex workers at Sheri’s offer an emotional connection and authentic human intimacy. “In order for a sex robot to compete with a human courtesan, it would have to be a genuinely self-aware AI.”
AI doll manufacturer Realbotix has recently fitted new models with Wi-Fi, enabling high-speed synchronising for voice and animation.
They also stand to benefit from 5G, which is poised to give us vastly superior mobile internet data. This means sex robots will be able to connect and update without needing to be near an internet router.
But sex doll collector, Brick Dollbanger, believes this technology will make them so realistic, we won’t be able to tell them apart from humans.
Brick, who has close ties with Realbotix, told Daily Star Online: "Anytime you can get a steadier flow of information from software to hardware activation, you are going to get better syncronisation and smoother more lifelike movement from your hardware. He added: "Once it (the upgrade) finally is on board the synthetic, it will only use Wi-Fi to access the net for info.
"I see this occurring once the synthetic becomes mobile and carries its own power cell. It will all be hardwired into the body and head and it will no longer need a carrier signal. "Probably a signal will be used on occasion to update the AI, and 5g will help with this."If it got that much better in two weeks, imagine the progress in a year!
But he warned this will come with risks, and urged developers to be careful.
He added: "Along with looking like us, I think that poses as many risks as benefits. And we have to be very careful how we develop this."
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