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Robot Technology: The Advent of Artificial Love

Updated on October 25, 2017

This is not science Fiction, this is real!

Have you talked to Mythbuster about getting your dose of “The Red pill” yet? Well get on it, for the Matrix will soon be bashing down our doors! The Artificial intelligent revolution is here, not around the corner; but RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW! We are developing robot doctors, robot solders, miniature robots AND robots that are no more than glorified love dolls! Oh yes don't forget the robots that can give Birth!

The Japanese, Korean and Americans are making amazing headway in intelligent robots, especially female robots! Yes sir, “The Safford Wives” will be a reality in about the next 20 to 30 years! This refers to the movie that was originally made in 1975 and then again 2004; it is about a time in the future when men replaced their wives with robots! Now, the first so called “sexbot” is Roxxy dubbed as the “True Companion.” She has five different personalities and as much sex appeal as a talking plastic bag! What do you expect for “only” 700-900 American bucks! However, Japanese and Korean female robots are way more advance than America’s pathetic attempts at creating female robots. (There is one sex bot that seems pretty realistic, it is called "Real Dolls.") Just check out the videos I downloaded and judge for yourself!

Am I the only one who is bothered by our addiction to technology? In my opinion we are becoming too dependent on something that we ourselves have created! Talk about “graven images” or “no other god’s before me” that is stated over and over again in the Bible! The more we become Isolated from nature and human contact, the more we will suffer in the long run!

Hollywood just loves to produce films about our own creations turning on us and creating havoc. In fact, the very word “robot” comes from a Czech word for force Labor RUR (or Rossum’s Universal Robots). It was in a play written by the Czech writer Karl Capex in 1921. Then in 1942, Isaac Asimov wrote a short story called I Robot and later introduced the Law of Robots.

This Law was as follows:

Law Zero: A robot may not injure humanity, or, through inaction, allow humanity to come to harm.
Law One: A robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm, unless this would violate a higher order law.
Law Two: A robot must obey orders given it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with a higher order law.
Law Three: A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with a higher order law.

However, we now have robot solders that kill, so I guess this law has been thrown out! So why don’t we pay attention to the warnings of our writers and film producers? I think the truth is that a lot of us have “taken the blue pill.” We like being sheep and searching for the easier and softer path. We want to believe that we can create Artificial Love! For example, how many of you “out there” know of marriages or relationships that have been destroyed by Internet porn? I personally know a few!

Now my research has led me to discover the beginning of a Feminist protest against the creation and production of the female sex androids. Some women feel threaten by this technology, because it is sexiest! This seems a little odd to me, for women have their own sex machines that we men cannot compete with! In fact some women have told me that women did not even need men because of their “little friends.” So I guess that what is good for the goose is not good for the gander?

Over all the leaders of this technology are some well known companies like Sonny and Honda. There is a fairly recent and very innovative company known as Hanson Robots also making great strives in Artificial Intelligence. Now the U.S Army has just recently hosted their seconded “Robot Rodeo” that has invited the top fifty American Robotics Companies to demonstrate there products. These focus on the future of military, disaster relief and humanitarian support efforts.

As I work on this hub the tensions between North and South Korea has once again come to a head and it is hard to say what will happen next. I find it interesting that this would happen as South Korea makes technical breakthroughs that will put them on the cutting edge of robotics. Just to think that Korea use to be consider one of the places all the plastic trinkets were being made!

All these advances will only take away more jobs in this tough economy, but maybe that is the plan. What I mean by this, is it seems to be the agenda of the rich and powerful to not only eliminate the middle class, but also the poor working class. For now they can create machines that will not gripe about the minimum wage! So there will come the day that “true love” will be a thing of the past, for who needs love when you have Artificial Love?

The Video was just TOO TACKY I do not know how people think they can sale this!

This "sexbot" is pure stupidity! You would haft to be really sick to buy this!
This "sexbot" is pure stupidity! You would haft to be really sick to buy this! | Source

And now something for the Ladies!

This is a cool movie, I will have to watch it again!

Check THIS out!

WHAT? A Pregnant Robot?

Created in our own image....Man plays God!

This video has a profound message..


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    • Oztinato profile image

      Andrew Petrou 

      6 years ago from Brisbane

      Be my guest!

      As with the internet I am sure the future of robots will be 50% porn (or is it more than that?).

    • Highvoltagewriter profile imageAUTHOR

      William Benner 

      6 years ago from Savannah GA.

      Interesting observation Oztinato...I could write a hub on that concept alone!

    • Oztinato profile image

      Andrew Petrou 

      6 years ago from Brisbane

      I find the comments about sexist protests very revealing. This could mean that men need the whole woman as a sex toy and not just the hole woman; and that women don't need the whole man but just the hole tool?

    • Highvoltagewriter profile imageAUTHOR

      William Benner 

      8 years ago from Savannah GA.

      Hello LR, man I wish you would start writing some hubs for you have so much insight into life in general. Thank you for all the great comments you have made and I hope that you continue to check out some of my other hubs!

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      Lone Ranger 

      8 years ago

      Interesting article, High Voltage, thank you!

      Yes, technology has made some things better and has also made life easier for many, but at what cost? I fear we are heading down a road from which there is no return.

      Sadly, I do realize there are many men out there who feel unappreciated and neglected by the woman in their life. I think the issues men have with the modern female are quite valid, in most cases, and are so well known that marketing this technology for men was a no-brainer.

      It is true that women already have their "man in a hand" gadgets and their "no fault" divorces with the golden parachute attached, but what do men have? These inventors/marketers know that men get the bad end of the stick most of the time, so it is worth investing big bucks into the research and development of a life-like Techno-bride who will never leave their client for Andrew in the accounting department, nor will she take his house, chidren, dreams, and half his paycheck away from him. Techno-bride will never: fake a "headache", talk his ear off, make him sleep on the coach, spend a cent, threaten him with divorce, invite her mother to move in with them, get fat, watch Oprah, bitch, moan, or groan.

      It's a sad state of affairs, I know, but it also implies that the kind of women that men really want can no longer be found in the flesh...and this is their solution.

      On a personal note, I believe social engineers have deliberately turned things upside down in our society, whereby women have it way too easy and get pretty much whatever they want, when they want it. The man is generally on the outside looking in and this is the way the thought police want it. The bottom line is this is just another part of the eugenics plan to control population.

      Step one is to make women impossible to live with; give women reason to leave their husbands, home, hearth, and halflings for the job market; make it difficult for men to provide for their families; give women no-fault divorces and everything including the kitchen sink; make men think thrice before entering into marriage; make women question why a man is necessary at all when they have sex toys, sperm banks, big brother watching out for them, and can chase money just as easily as men. Any questions?

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      9 years ago from Canada

      Hahah "For the Love of Technology" nice pun :P

      It's really sad, but in some ways this is already a reality. We prefer to interact through phones and social networks instead of face to face, making us closer to robots than humans. I blame our fast paced lifestyle - it prevents us from appreciating the finer things in life.

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      Peter Owen 

      9 years ago from West Hempstead, NY

      Unfortunately, this is probably the future.

    • Highvoltagewriter profile imageAUTHOR

      William Benner 

      9 years ago from Savannah GA.

      Hay magnolia, I just so happens that I was just about to publish it! Warning...I make some statements that you may not agree with and yet this is were my research took me!

    • magnoliazz profile image


      9 years ago from Wisconsin

      Another great hub! I have actually worked with the pregnant robot. It was too funny, and it can never replace the real thing. Most of the time we were doubled over with laughter!

      I can believe that men would go for a love robot. Most are out of touch with women anyhow because of all the internet porn. Its a sad state. The more we stray away from Bibical principles the more bizarre it gets.

      Now I am looking for your hornet's nest!

    • Highvoltagewriter profile imageAUTHOR

      William Benner 

      9 years ago from Savannah GA.

      Yea these are scarry times we live in that is for sure.

    • nighthag profile image

      K.A.E Grove 

      9 years ago from Australia

      wow this was very disturbing, cant agree with the others enough...excellent hub!

    • katiem2 profile image

      Katie McMurray 

      9 years ago from Westerville

      There is nothing like the human touch with that blood corsing through your viens actually feeling and feeling real. Great report on the up and comig technology of robots. Peace :)

    • Highvoltagewriter profile imageAUTHOR

      William Benner 

      9 years ago from Savannah GA.

      It is a double edge sword for I depend on technology to make a living and yet, we are allowing ourselves to become WAY too dependent on computers and one day it will all come crashing down! Yes Anaya,the whole mail order thing has been going on for awhile and I have some good friends (males) that have become virtualy addicted to just checking out the mail order websites! Sad I know, they need to get a life, which is the point to this hub..

    • Anaya M. Baker profile image

      Anaya M. Baker 

      9 years ago from North Carolina

      All I can say is wow! I find it pretty disturbing that men would actually prefer the company of a robot to a real living and breathing person, but then again, I just watched a video about mail order brides, which is apparently a huge phenomenon...and in some ways doesn't seem that different. Lucky Cats, I agree, there is way too little real interaction these days. I especially notice this with kids who prefer being plugged in than playing outdoors. Yet again, technology has sure helped me out! I got my B.A online, and have found such a wonderful and supportive online community for my writing, so there you go. A blessing and a curse in some ways....

    • Lucky Cats profile image


      9 years ago from The beautiful Napa Valley, California

      I have to agree with you, HVW, that we are far too addicted to technology. Texting, chat, online virtual experiences; it is really going nuts. Add to this video games and we realize just how much time is spent with devices rather than face to face exchanges. I, personally, though not a Luddite, feel as though I'd like to pull back a bit; reintroduce myself to the real world. Because, here we are, communicating online ... which is a blessing and's a double edged sword; a 'catch 22.' Yes, the Stepford Wives is an excellent example. Thank you for a good hub.

    • Highvoltagewriter profile imageAUTHOR

      William Benner 

      9 years ago from Savannah GA.

      Yes I could not agree more and I feel it is just one more sign of the soon coming of Jesus.

    • Marliza Gunter profile image

      M G 

      9 years ago

      This is sad for the whole human race... I can just try to imagine what God would be feeling about this.. to find love in a piece of iron, plastic and electronics must be a huge slap in His face..

    • lmmartin profile image


      9 years ago from Alberta and Florida

      I'll take one that cleans floors, does laundry, cooks and irons. Save the cosmetics. Lynda


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