Online sex robot
This personality is male and expects to be talking with a female (you). Mostly insults and trolling, with lots of bad spelling and bad grammar. ROMANTIC CHAT FOR THE LADIES [15 ] Choose between normal romantic chat, or responses that are a little more explicit. ARTIFICIAL UNINTELLIGENCE: THE YEAR 2000 [18 ] - a simulation of what it was like to chat with the bot in the year 2000, when it was even more raw and stupid than it is now.At the time, she was a slack-jawed mess of silicone and exposed circuitry; she looked like someone left a wax figure of a young Shelley Duvall out in the sun.
What sets Harmony apart from Roxxxy and the hobby housewives of a few other kinky tinkerers is her pedigree.During my four-hour visit to the birthplace of the Real Doll, the frighteningly life-like full-body sex toy, I've seen mounds of silicone vaginas, sheets of detached nipples, headless women hanging from meat hooks, a 2-foot penis and skulls with removable faces that attach like refrigerator magnets.Now, as we sit in the dim light of his R&D room, staring at his latest creation, Matt Mc Mullen, the founder of Abyss Creations (the parent company behind the Real Doll), nonchalantly turns to me and says, "All I see is potential."For a man poised to bring millennia of male desire to life, Mc Mullen, a small but striking figure who looks like a reformed industrial rocker, is surprisingly calm.When Ovid published his epic poem In a short vignette, Ovid introduces Pygmalion, a sculptor who falls in love with one of his own statues.Described as "a bachelor, without a wife or partner for his bed" and disillusioned by "the failings that nature gave the female heart," he chisels his dream girl out of a "snow-white ivory." Pygmalion treats his artificial lover like a living companion, talking to her, caressing her and kissing her until Venus, the Roman goddess of love, eventually steps in and turns Pygmalion's ivory GF into the real deal.
"And robotics and AI was really, you know, converging those two technologies together into a doll struck me as such an obvious next step."It's easy to draw a line between Mc Mullen and his mythical predecessor, but, he says, their motivations are not the same."People have asked me this question a lot over the years, 'You know, are you making these dolls to replace women?