Chatting with sexbots
Not propulsion by flapping wings, but by a propeller, a technology that is impossible for a living thing.
Every man’s primary sex partner, throughout life, is himself.
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Blue-pill thinkers insist that men can only find satisfaction through a living, breathing, flesh-and-blood woman.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a hot topic at the moment.
It promises to change our lives in countless ways, with some thinking it will be for the positive, while others have expressed reservations about the damage it could do to humanity.
At the very least, we would have to seriously entertain the possibility that many people might decide that a low-maintenance relationship with an android companion is easier than dealing with the real thing.
Will we see shy young people opt for charming robots instead of overcoming their inhibitions?
The fact that so many self-identified red-pill men have become lost in the metaphor demonstrates how subtly blue-pill ideas can disguise themselves. Their sex toys are not full male forms, but simple, utilitarian tools, designed to hit the right nerve endings, which they do with super-human prowess.It will most likely lead to even more extended life expectancies and probably quicker and more accurate diagnosis of disease and illness.We could also see a revolution in robotic prosthetics that change the way we perform physical tasks, especially as we age and our body parts deteriorate.Some men look at the current models and see the glass as half-empty (not life-like at all), while others see it as half-full (all of the holes work).
Both of these responses are fair, but there is one category of man who has become lost. He sees them as a game-changer, and the solution to his problems.
Here are four ways in which AI could radically transform the way we live our lives.