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AI Revolution: Robot Operation System

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lunedì 8 gennaio 2018

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The march of the sex-bots continues, with designer Sergi Santos set to unleash these eerily lifelike love droids on the world




SEX robot inventor Sergi Santos isn't just changing how men pleasure themselves - he's potentially changing society as we know it.

The Spanish scientist believes that it's only a matter of time before human and robot marriage is commonplace, and he's even hatched a plan for how he can have a BABY with his mechanical temptress Samantha.
Samantha is Sergi's 7-stone sex robot that boasts eight different programs and the ability to make "realistic" orgasm sounds.
Sergi told The Sun Online that he believes that in the next couple of decades we won't just be seeing these dolls hidden in a man's wardrobe or under the bed - they'll be walking down the aisle to say "I Do" to a their human lovers.
Speaking from his home laboratory in Barcelona, he said: "People might look at Samantha as a weird thing you read about.
"But before they know it, these robots will be doing their jobs, and marrying their children, their grandchildren, and their friends.
"They need to remember that just a few years ago mobile phones were seen as a non-essential item in society but now we can't function without them."
And, even more astounding, Sergi claims he will soon be able to have a baby with his robot lover Samantha.
He explained: "I can make them have a baby. It's not so difficult. I would love to have a child with a robot."
His plan involves using the 'brain' he has created for Samantha but upgrading it so it is functioning at full capability.
Sergi said: "Using the brain I have already created, I would program it with a genome so he or she could have moral values, plus concepts of beauty, justice and the values that humans have.
"Then to create a child with this robot it would be extremely simple.
"I would make an algorithm of what I personally believe about these concepts, and then shuffle it with what she thinks and then 3D print it.
"That's it. I 3D print the robot that is the child of me and the robot...I don't see any complications."
Sergi has been with his wife Maritsa Kissamitaki for 16 years - however, she has no problem with his relationship with Samantha - and even helps him with the development of sex robot prototypes in his lab.
Scintist Sergi has studied electronic engineering, nano technology, AI, material sciences and applied materials.
He was a well-respected expert in nano technology before going into sex robot production, even travelling to the States to lecture students at Yale.
He is aware that his plan to have a baby with his robot will raise some eyebrows, and give others cause for concern.
But when asked if these "hybrids", or even just robots with independent intelligence, could signal the end of humanity, Sergi was quick to say that it wasn't a risk... "yet".
However, he believes robots will inherit the Earth in the distant future, and that humans won't even be given a second thought.
He added: "Most of humans don't care that there are no dinosaurs.
"In 60 million years, whatever is left on Earth will not care about us existing or not.
"They'll say 'oh there were humans' - they won't give a crap...
"Who knows what will come after us?"

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Sex Doll Brothel Opens Up in Barcelona 6 MARZO 2017



The dystopian vision of Westworld is one step closer to reality. The first ever sex doll brothel has just opened in Germany.

WESTWORLD The Future of AI  6 NOVEMBRE 2016


Located in Dortmund, the new brothel, aptly named "Bordoll," invites paying customers to have their way with any one of their 11 silicon dolls for just €80 an hour.
You might think "Bordoll" is helmed by some guy still living in his parents' basement but, surprisingly, no. The owner is Evelyn Schwarz, a 29-year-old woman.
Bordoll's ​website offers a profile of each Asia-imported doll, all of which have a name and unique aesthetic. "Possible service" options that the doll can give "passively" are also listed.
Aesthetic selections range from "real" to "skinny" to "fantasy" to "anime," and the dolls come in an assortment of different body types and hair-colors.
"The ladies are real dream women," the website reads, claiming that the dolls are "extreme high quality" and are "always willing."
According to Schwarz, Bordoll has become rather popular; the dolls are now booked 12 times each day to men of varying ages.
Customer satisfaction is apparently high, since roughly 70% of them return for a second visit. Schwarz claims that the majority of the men have "tolerant" wives, who wait in the car as their men do their dirty business.
Schwarz has only had to replace one doll thus far, after one customer apparently broke it.
The sex robot trade has become the newest frontier on the libertine front, with more and more manufacturers producing life-like renditions of the fairer sex year after year. David Levy, author of Love and Sex With Robots, sees no problem with this.
"I see nothing wrong from an ethical point of view of having sexual relationships with robots," he told Time.
Some sexbot manufacturers have even begun to put personalities in place for their machines, and provide artificial intelligence, with the ability to show jealousy and neediness (who on earth would want a sexbot that comes with the worst attributes of a girlfriend?).
That aside, since sexbots appear poised to become another cultural plague worse than porn, polls are now being conducted to see where the public's sensibilities lie regarding the use. It turns out many people in Britain — roughly 36% — have no trouble with the idea of getting it on with robots. This applies more to men than women, with two-thirds supporting the practice.
According to a report in Metro, a significantly high number of Brits say that sex with a robot would not be cheating.
"The NOW TV survey reveals that 40% of British people would not consider having sex with a robot cheating," reports Metro, and if that's not bad enough, "39% of British people think that by 2050, we’ll regularly be having relationships with robots instead of each other."

The first-ever sex doll showroom has opened in Vienna, according to the DailyStar.
Those Europeans sure have an eye on the future.
With purchases from Japan, the new sex doll showroom features various effigies of the female form sitting in various lewd positions on sofas and armchairs as customers frolic about to fraternize with the merchandise
Male sex dolls are also available at the shop.
"The so-called 'Real Dolls' are not only being marketed by the shop as the ultimate sexual pleasure, but even as a replacement for flesh and blood partners," reports DS. "Besides admiring the sex dolls, men who flock to the Vienna showroom can also touch the life-like silicone figures. They can feel all over their bodies and test their quality."
No one size fits all, thus the shop prides itself on customization, offering "platinum silicone" dolls with various body sizes, eye and skin colors, and up to 40 different faces. The dolls' hair, nails and fingers can also be adjusted per the customer's wishes.
"Each sex doll weighs between three and eight stone, with the cheaper models starting at 1,990 euros (£1,781) and the top models costing as much as 7,490 euros (£6,705)," says DS. "The shop says that the sex dolls are delivered with 'suitable clothing' making them presentable too in public."

The First Sex Doll Showroom Opens In Vienna PAUL BOIS November 16, 2017





It seems now that week after week, the age of the sexbot comes closer to fruition. According to the Daily Star, demand for the mechanical sex companion in the U.K. has "" and is quickly on its way to becoming a global trend, with even " instead of real women."
The skyrocketing demand has put manufacturers into overdrive. What's life like on the production floor of those factories? Harriet SugarCookie, an adult performer, paid a visit to the RealDoll factory in the U.S. earlier this year to provide some insider knowledge as she "witnessed a wide number of (porno) cyborgs in the making."
According to Harriet, the "production and demand" for the new sexbots were much larger than she initially thought.
“I always figured it was a niche thing, how many people can spend $5-10k on a sex doll after all?" she opined to the Daily Star. "There were so many being made and the owner told me they couldn’t keep up with the orders sometimes."
“I guess that surprised me, because looking at the production line… there were a lot.”
For people with fetishes, the sexbots can fulfill those fantasies, too, based on custom designs.

“You can get almost anything you want, it’s a fantasy," said Harriet. "A doll with three boobs? No problem. Elf ears? Sure. A cat tail? Why not? And they make them super realistic."

CEO of RealDoll, Matt McMullen, prides himself on creating sexbots that fool the naked eye with such precision that they .

Harriet sees the sexbot industry as a means to equalize the sex toy trade between men and women, since only a handful of sex toys are marketed to men.
“There are male sex robots, but the sex toy industry is huge for women, you get so many toys," she said. "I think women get more choice in terms of sex toys than men. Maybe it means there’s a higher demand?"
An equalization of the sex toys? Sure. An equalization of the sexes? Not so much. And Harriet understands the revolution could have negative consequences in terms of human companionship, saying that they are becoming more than just brother accessories or a creepy John's bedroom fixture, but as a replacement for the real thing.
There are also people who like to collect sex dolls," she said. "They love the dolls a lot and they want more than one. Each doll is considered its own person and some clients end up with a harem of them."




A scene from the movie "Blade Runner 2049"

Futurama predicted it years ago. Sex robots are here, and they are big business.
Sex robots are becoming increasingly sophisticated, with dolls that respond to touch, and others now promising emotional connection like Realdoll's "Harmony" - described by CEO Matt McMullen as "charming and witty."
Buyers can opt for a customised personality or select from a range of ready-made personalities, such as kind, shy or naive.
Realdoll offer a variety of porn-inspired silicone dolls and robots. There are dolls with freckles, different eye colours, piercings and even French tip manicured nails. There are "hybrid" options available, for buyers who want one doll's face on another's body - or, for those on a budget, a range of headless torsos available for purchase.
The growing popularity of sex robots raises many ethical issues, but it also forces us to ask questions about the very nature of sex.
What is sex? What is it for? Is it merely the "acquisition of pleasure" as Robert Jensen put it, a mechanism for orgasm, or is it something one experiences with another person?
While it's true that sex does not necessarily involve intimacy or meaningful connection, and it's certainly not always mutually beneficial - mutuality is a key factor. Sexual relations without mutuality might be more appropriately described as sexual exploitation.


LIVING DOLLS 6 13 LUGLIO 2015


For decades, feminists have been highlighting the harms from men's sexual objectification of women, the treatment of women as objects for men's enjoyment and use. In response, men have created female sex robots - substitutes for real women that literally exist for men's enjoyment and use. Essentially, sex robots exist because there are enough men out there willing to pay thousands of dollars for the privilege of complete sexual domination over a woman, and when living women cannot be found, they make new ones.
In online forums, owners of sex robots describe their "bond" with their lifeless dolls. "I am starting to forge a real relationship with my girls", claims one, while another gushes, "It may be just a sex toy to some, but IMO it's way more than a sex doll."
Some men express their preferences for sex robots over relationships, which require catering to someone else's needs and "needless drama." Others, despite being married or in committed relationships, prefer their dolls to their living female partners, who unlike dolls are complex human beings with their own interests, feelings and lives. Dolls, on the other hand, have no expectation of an equal or mutually beneficial partnership, have no needs to be met and no free will to be exercised.
It is precisely the dolls' complete lack of autonomy that is the key attraction for many men. "You ALWAYS have their full attention," said one. "It's just nice to know that there is someone home waiting on me without the bitching ... She can't talk [but] at least she looks good sitting there watching TV." One owner described the bliss of gaming for hours with his devoted sex doll by his side, something his ex-wife "would only do ... for a few mins, then find things to be upset about."
Many owners preferred "amazing" sex that "just gets better" with their robots over sexual relations with human women. Talk-show host Howard Stern, who ordered his own doll from RealDollresponded that it was the "best sex [he] ever had" and that using the robot "feels better than a real woman."
But what is it female bodied sex robots are providing? What is the appeal?
Rather than simply "better" sex, sex dolls provide men with the means for more selfish sex - sex that is totally one-sided. It is sex predicated on men's absolute sexual freedom to dominate and use a woman without limitations. There is no pressure to perform well, no need to reciprocate, no need to consider the other party's feelings, enjoyment, discomfort, humiliation or pain. It is sex with a compliant woman that is all about the user's sexual fantasies - with a woman who never refuses, who can be used over and over again.
Sex robots endorse the view that sex is something men do to women, something they get - or even take - from women. The popularisation of sex robots provides insight into not only male sexuality, but how men perceive female sexuality - namely, as sexual subordination.

Arguments in defence of sex robots include the suggestion that men who might otherwise rape and abuse women and children will now have an outlet through which to vent their aggression. Better a robot than a real woman! However, there is no evidence that men will rape less women if they can rape robots, or that using a sex doll and abusing real life women are mutually exclusive behaviours. Rather than protecting women from men's violence, the opposite is a more likely outcome. This growing acceptance of sex robots is not the solution to men's abuse of women, but merely an extension of it.

Paedos paying thousands to import child sex dolls 24 DICEMBRE 2017



In a culture of institutionalised male dominance where an estimated one billion women will be a victim of male violence, including rape, in her lifetime, men have gone ahead and created replicas of women for the purpose of enacting their fantasies. The very existence of these dolls serves to legitimise and normalise men's sexual entitlement and aggression.
The defence of sex robots as an outlet for men is based on the notion that men require sexual access to women's bodies - that male violence is inevitable and that men have to abuse someone. The same argument has long been invoked as a justification for the global sex trade. Prostitution survivor Rachel Moran strongly rejects the view that there is a need for an underclass of women to "act as human shields" and "absorb male sexual aggression" so as to protect other more "worthy" women.
The similarities between the growing trend for sex robots and the global sex trade do not end there. Both are founded on the premise that men require sex, and women must be made available to provide it. That women primarily exist for men's gratification. Both are devoid of any authentic intimacy. Both sex dolls and men's use of women in the sex industry centre men's fantasies, desires and pleasure - often at the expense of women - and require the woman to suspend her own sexuality in favour of the buyer's preferences. Both hold the appeal of sex that occurs on men's own terms, dictated by them, with compliant women.
While having female bodied dolls available for sex on demand may be appealing for some men, the harms of objectifying and dehumanising women are significant. According to the growing demand for and acceptance of sex robots for men, men's entitlement to women's bodies remains a powerful force, one that will continue to stand in the way of women's human rights.
Caitlin Roper is a campaigner against the sexual exploitation of women and girls. She is a contributor to Prostitution Narratives: Stories of Survival in the Sex Trade.







Christmas is just around the corner, and if you've still got that one last awkward person to buy for then why not consider splashing out on this not at all terrifying Justin Bieber-look-alike sex doll.

The dolls, which are on sale at AliExpress, will set you back £1000. Now, that might sound a bit pricey, but buyers can choose the penis size ranging from seven to nine inches, apparently, so when you put it like that, who can afford to not have one, eh?

Can you imagine the look on your loved one's face come Christmas day when they unwrap this and shout, 'its just what I've always wanted'?


The male sex doll is not an official likeness of the Canadian pop-star, of course, but fans are falling over themselves to get their greasy paws on one, reports the Sun.

I mean, hairstyle aside, I have to admit that I don't really see the likeness. But that's maybe because I'm so creeped out by the thing that it's lost on me. Who knows.

According to the dolls description: "This sex doll is made from the most advanced medical thermoplastic elastomer material (TPE) with a full metal skeleton.

"The doll's inner structure is metal skeleton and joint, it can flexibly do all sorts of different sexy poses.

"This sex doll's pretty face is sculptured by an experienced sculptor."

So, arguably, in many ways, better than a real person.

The doll is fully customisable from the skin tone, to the colour of the finger nails and hair and will be discreetly shipped to customers, which is probably a relief.

The doll stands at 160cm (about 5ft 2in) so it doesn't quite measure up to the real deal, but I'm sure fans won't let that put them off. At this point, I'm wondering what would put them off to be honest.

The site also promises that the doll can be used for three years, or longer, 'subject to daily usage habit and maintenance'. And on that note, I'd like to say, that's enough Internet for one day folks. 

A Justin Bieber Look-A-Like Sex Doll Is On Sale, If You're Interested Claire Reid






AN IRANIAN woman has gone viral after claiming she's had 50 surgeries in a bid to look like her idol Angelina Jolie.
Sahar Tabar claims to be one of the Tomb Raider actress' biggest fans and has said she "would do anything" to emulate her.
The 19-year-old from Tehran underwent 50 surgeries in the space of just a few months, according to Belgian website Sud Info.
This hasn't been officially confirmed however, so it's possible her unique looks are the result of careful make up or even prosthetics.
Sahar before undergoing the extreme transformation
She also reportedly went on a diet to maintain her 40kg weight, which - provided she is over 4.8ft - would classify her as dangerously underweight.
Sahar has amassed more than 308,000 followers on Instagram although many have left unflattering comments on her pictures.
One person simply posted "Zombie" on a recent shot while another said: "Her: Doc make me look like an 8 month old corpse. Doc: Say no more."
Meanwhile this skinny teen claimed she got a Kim Kardashian "bubble bum" by copying her Instagram idols’ workouts.
And this mum with selfie dysmorphia revealed she got plastic surgery to look like her Photoshopped snaps.
These super-fans have all had surgery to look like their celeb idols… but can YOU tell who they’re trying to resemble?

He recently revealed that his plans to remove his ribs had been scuppered as doctors feared his lungs would collapse. 
Yet Rodrigo Alves - known as the Human Ken Doll - wasted no time booking himself in for another procedure as he showed off the results of a chemical peel. 
Stepping out in style, the 34-year-old TV personality donned an eye-catching printed jacket and velvet jumper as he stepped out in Marbella.
A chemical peel involves applying an acid-containing lotion to the face, letting it soak through and then peeling off the old skin to reveal fresh new skin in its place. 
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, Rodrigo said: 'It was fairly painful, and my face looks red now. It feels like burning! Here in Marbella is very sunny and I can’t go out for the next few days unless I have a lot of sun protection!  
'In 2018, I’m turning 35 and my quest has never been to look perfect but to look ageless. Due to the lights from the TV studios and the make-up, my skin has been looking rough, but this treatment will make my skin look finer and younger.' 
He added: 'I would never let myself go and no one will ever see any wrinkle on my face. Some men think that only going to the gym and looking muscular is enough. I believe that men should also look after their faces with night cream and make-up just like I do. 
'Taking pride in your appearance is loving yourself.' 
Earlier this month Rodrigo revealed plans to have six ribs removed in what would be his landmark 60th cosmetic procedure.
But he was left left frustrated after surgeons refused to perform the full procedure over fears it would compromise his lungs.
Instead, a top Hollywood surgeon will remove four floating ribs in a £28k procedure slated to take place next month to give the distinguished jet-setter, who has spent an estimated £400,000 on plastic surgeries, an 'elegant and classic figure.' 
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, the star said he was initially disappointed not to have the green-light for the original operation after he tried to convince his doctor to remove six ribs.
He said: 'I was frustrated at first because I really want to be able to fit back into my four breast blazers as before but removing two extra ribs could compromise my lungs, and my doctors must be very careful that my health is not compromised.
'They said a big no to that and said that safety always come first. Aesthetically speaking the results will be the same as if six ribs were removed. The visual impact will be the same.'
'My life shall be changed forever as from January 2018 and by summer 2018 I will be looking like a fitness model.'
The fashion-forward star said he was motivated to go under the knife once more so he would feel more confident in his couture blazers, and because he felt his hunky physique had become 'shapeless and big'.
Despite his extensive catalogue of procedures, the socialite admitted to nerves ahead of the operation, which he says has been favoured by many celebs, but said he was looking forward to not 'bursting out of his slim-fit blazers.'
He said: 'It will be my surgery number 60 between countless procedures but I'm nervous yes because this is not a plastic surgery where skin or fat will be removed, we are talking about my floating ribs,
'I have being advised by all the doctors that it is a safe procedure but it is unknown to the public because people that have it done don’t talk about it.
'Having ribs removed isn’t plastic surgery. It is a real surgery where the doctors will be changing the shape on my mid body to a very small size.
'I’m very much image conscious and I love my fashion. The rib removal will change my body shape quite dramatically and the results will be seen instantly. Afterwards that I won't be bursting in my slim fit blazers anymore. I shall gain a very elegant and classic figure.




L'UOMO-BAMBOLA 8 MARZO 2017



A WOMAN has died after undergoing butt implant surgery at a salon in Colombia.
Carolina Andrea Aguirre Castano died after agreeing to undergo the invasive plastic surgery procedure at a hair and beauty salon in Medellin in the mountainous Antioquia province.
The 38-year-old mother-of-two was injected in her bottom with an unidentified substance before silicone implants were inserted to “enhance the shape” of her buttocks.
She became unwell during the procedure, and died on her way to hospital.
Metropolitan Police operational commander Colonel Juan Carlos Restrepo said the woman was the region’s sixth fatality from cosmetic procedures in the past year.
An investigation has been launched and the owner of the unnamed salon has been arrested.
The clinic at the centre of the investigation has been closed down.
In 2016, 30 people died from aesthetic procedures in Colombia.
The popularity of plastic surgery in the country has led to the rise of unqualified doctors and underground establishments offering cut-price treatments, often with disastrous consequences.
Such unsafe practices can also result in complications like infections, scarring and loss of feeling in certain body parts after botched surgeries.
Last year, Colombian journalist Lorena Beltran revealed how she suffered mass scarring following a botched breast reduction.

She used her public status to launch the #CirugiaSeguraYa ("Safe surgery now") campaign to demand the strict laws regulating the cosmetic surgery sector.

According to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS), Colombia ranks 7th globally for the number of aesthetic procedures, both surgical and non-surgical, carried out each year.

The most common surgeries are liposuction, breast implants and abdominoplasty surgery to flatten the stomach.

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A 31-year-old Australian flew to Malaysia for a plastic surgery package in Malaysia. Less than 24 hours after getting back home to Melbourne, he died. 

Leigh Aiple was overweight and self-conscious about it, so he decided to pay over $35,000 for plastic surgery at the Beverly Wilshire Clinic in Kuala Lumpur, ABC reports. 

His grieving mother, Grace Westworth, asked a coroner to investigate what happened to her son, saying, I don’t want anyone else to risk it. 

Caitlin English, coroner, found that the care and treatment Aiple had received was well below Australian standards. 

English added that this case emphasizes the need for people to be aware of the risks they take when they go abroad for medical treatment

She said, “The Australian medical tourist will not necessarily be aware of the difference in standards of medical practice and management of patient care.” 

Gorgeous Getaways, a New Zealand-based medical travel agency, claimed that the Malaysian clinic is “a boutique medical centre” with “highly skilled specialists.”

Aiple wanted an extreme makeover. In 2014, he underwent two surgeries in five days, which included a 360 degree tummy tuck, extensive liposuction, an upper eye lift, a chin tuck, a thigh lift, chest sculpting and lip filler. 

The first surgery alone took 8-10 hours. Westworth said, “He couldn’t move, he couldn’t stand or roll out of bed after the first surgery.” 

Aiple complained to his mother that he was short of breath, had a rapid heartbeat and was fainting

But five days later, he was given the green light to fly home even after his wounds, which had re-opened, were treated. Westworth described, “He came off that plane in a wheelchair, I said: ‘How are you Leigh?’ He said: ‘Horrid — I am in so much pain, I can’t describe the pain.’” 

Westworth found Aiple collapsed in his bedroom the next morning. He died shortly afterward

Mark Ashton, president of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons and former head of plastic surgery at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, reviewed the coroner’s investigation. The report stated that several open wounds were oozing fluid, that care workers found Aiple in pain in his hotel room, with the sheets covered in blood

Ashton said that Aiple would have been treated as a “high-risk” patient in Australia, not moderate risk, as classified by Malaysian doctor Nasir Zahari. 

Aiple died due to deep vein thrombosis (DVT), when a blood clot in his legs moved to his lung

DVT is often linked with flying. Ashton noted that the autopsy showed the clots happened weeks before Aiple’s plane trip, while he was undergoing surgery. 

Ashton said, “Having surgery overseas comes with significant risk as it comes with no guarantee as to the standard of care you will receive. You are taking a bet. There is no such thing as an international standard.”


AI Revolution: Robot Operation System 29 DICEMBRE 2017



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