SEX robots could suddenly malfunction and attack their randy masters, an expert has warned. Brick Dollbanger, who works for sex robot company Realbotix, has claimed that a simple coding error could turn the robots against their owners. It's not going to be something you can hit with a pipe and it's going to fall apart. He added: "It's going to be more durable, instead of having bones it's going to have high impact, plastic or aluminium frame, it's going to be very strong, and it won't get tired, it won't stop unless it runs out of an energy supply. Brick also said sex robots are going to have a "durable" synthetic build, and will have a high impact plastic or aluminium frame.
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At first glance, Harmony looks a bit like a chatbot got trapped inside an anatomically correct, life-size Barbie. Robots have been taking our jobs outside of the home. They are on the verge of replacing humans as providers of many of our more personal needs, from domestic work to intimacy. Is this inevitable? And is it even a bad thing? In this series, a sex robot creator, an activist fighting sex robots and a sex robot beta-tester share their views.
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The humans all look at each other. Realbotix can and does offend on any number of fronts. Why is their idea of a woman passive-aggressive and shopping-focused?