If the chatter continues along sexual lines of conversation, Negobot tags that chatter as “allegedly pedophile” and goes into full-on gaming mode.
And it will be those sexbots that can quantify and understand our needs and desires that will raise the most interesting human quandary of sex with tech: not mechanics, but ethics.
Specifically, does sex with a robot that can understand our physical needs constitute cheating?
But he warned the software risked enticing people to do things they otherwise would not.
“Undercover operations are extremely resource-intensive and delicate things to do.
It’s absolutely vital that you don’t cross a line into entrapment which will foil any potential prosecution”, he said.
That’s not to say I don’t think Negobot shouldn’t be used at all.Since I’ve started tracking the story of sexual computing I’ve received many emails and countless tweets stating that while developers and engineers may be working on sexbots and other sexual technologies, no “normal” person would ever use such tech in their sex life. While this survey was conducted with a fairly large sampling size of 1,100 people, it did not specifically ask respondents what they were using their smartphones for while having sex.Nearly 20 percent of young adult smartphone owners in the U. between the ages of 18 and 34 use their smartphones during sex, and nearly 1 in ten U. Theoretically the smartphone use could have been for anything from checking texts, to taking pictures and recording videos, to referencing Kama Sutra guides.And there’s good news out there for the 9% who would like to: It will happen.When I asked the adult app store Mi Kandi’s CEO Jesse Adams to postulate the not too distant future of sex and tech, he had this to say: There will be sex toy like robots that can react, listen and give you the exact pleasure you want to enhance these virtual experiences.Negobot is a clever, indeed ingenious, use of software.