FATAL ATTRACTION: A Glitch In Sex Bot Programming Could Potentially Kill Their… ‘Users’

Written by Wes Walker on August 26, 2019

If the social stigma of having a machine for a ‘girlfriend’ weren’t deterrent enough… would dying in their ’embrace’ be enough to kill the interest?

These are definitely NOT the sort of robots Issac Asimov had envisioned the future producing.

In our sex-obsessed culture, it was inevitable that somebody out there would produce a silcon-covered ‘companion’. But had anyone considered the possible ‘Skynet’ problem?

What happens when a device whose strength is mechanically enhanced beyond any ordinary person’s actually endangers the life of someone being … ‘entertained’ … by it?

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As it turns out, this particular danger is a real possibility.

Sex robots plagued with coding errors could be prone to violent behaviours including strangling, an expert has warned.

Doll collector Brick Dollbanger fears violent repercussions if robotics are not regulated properly.

He believes a simple “coding error” could turn AI girlfriends against their owners if they are equipped with free will.

Brick, who has closed ties with manufacturers Realbotix and Abyss, told Daily Star Online: “It scares me to death, it’s a machine and it’s always going to be a machine.

…”Put it this way it can put its arm around your neck and just stop you from breathing, and you wouldn’t be able to get away from it, something as simple as that, a simple hug could be a constriction that could literally compress your chest and airway and stop you breathing.
Source: DailyStar

Obviously, that’s not his real name. We’ve heard from him before… he’s the guy who has spent some big money on replica sex objects intended to simulate real sex.

Even HE is worried about this problem.

Not so worried that he’s ditched his creepy habit, clearly… but he claims to be ‘scared to death’.

It says something about the direction our culture is taking that stories like this have made headlines before, and more often than you might think. Here are some examples:

 

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