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    Campaign against sex robot

    Article "Sex robots should be banned, say campaigners, as engineers look to add AI to sex toys"
    Machines ‘in the form of women or children for use as sex objects, substitutes for human partners or prostitutes’ are ‘harmful and contribute to inequalities in society’, campaigners claim

    by Andrew Griffin
    September 15, 2015

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    Published on Sep 17, 2015

    LEICESTER, UNITED KINGDOM — The Campaign Against Sex Robots is spouting off on the dangers of using sex robots for pleasure.

    The campaign is spearheaded by Kathleen Richardson, an ethicist at De Montfort University in Leicester, and her fellow campaigner Eric Brilling, an associate senior lecturer in informatics at the University of Skovde in Sweden. They say the use of humanoid sex robots will be detrimental to the treatment of women and children. They are also concerned about how sex robots might affect human relationships. They have not mentioned how they feel about other sex toys.

    There are already a slew of sex robots and lifelike dolls on the market as well as sci-fi sex robots featured in popular culture including the 2007 film Lars and the Real Girl, the 2001 film A.I. and more recently the AMC series Humans and the 2015 Alex Garland film Ex Machina.

    The Campaign Against Sex Robots' manifesto on its website states: "We are not proposing to extend rights to robots. We do not see robots as conscious entities. We propose instead that robots are a product of human consciousness and creativity and human power relationships are reflected in the production, design and proposed uses of these robots. As a result, we oppose any efforts to develop robots that will contribute to gender inequalities in society."

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    Published on Sep 19, 2015

    Normally I do the videos in the order I receive them in but with all the hoopla surrounding the idea of banning sex robots I thought I'd bump this request to the top of the pile. Anyways, today's video is brought to you by a donation from Bran and here's what she has to say: "Hi Sandman, would you do a video about "robotic love." I don't mean talking about how androids would become physical/sexual surrogates for women, but how they would replace the emotional value of a human women in a man's life. If a man can not only have sex with a robot, but actually hold a meaningful conversation with it (without the drama and nagging) why would men ever want to go back to real women? Would men ever want regular women back, even if they started behaving themselves once more seeing that they would no longer have a monopoly on sex at that point? Even though you yourself appear to be okay with it on a rational level, on a deeply subconscious biological level, you still defend women from themselves. I've started noticing it in your "My message to women" video, when you called modern women "second rate men". It wasn't just anger and pity in your words, it was also sympathy there. And it is also noticeable lately when you actually twice talked about feminine women, and how they should dress, act and put make-up on in order to be pleasant in every way to men. Subconsciously, you were actually giving your female listeners advice on how to get and keep a man. You wished them well. And I notice that even with so many other mgtow men, not just on your channel. They're actually cheering on women to fight feminists and their harmful ways before it's too late. Before a replacement for them comes to the world stage. So, another question would be, would men ever truly want to replace real women deep down inside? Would they allow it to happen? Because even with an AI android that could help raise your children that come from an artificial womb, would most men go for it? Could people, men in particular, fall in love with "them" its or whatever)? I've read an article where I think an engineer said that people will be having sex with robots in just a few years (which is more than likely) but will be falling in love with them in about four decades (which is not that far away). So.....what do you think? Even you once said that you'd still want to get married and raise a family with some woman if this were the 1950s. Those words surprised me a few months ago, but now I think I get it. It's just not as simple as it seems. As far as I've seen nen and women still want each other. Today someone on your channel told me that "men love to feel needed by women".

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    Will sex robots make real women obsolete?

    Published on Sep 15, 2015

    A robot ethicist is going after sex robots, saying that banning them is important if you care about real relationships. Dr. Kathleen Richardson claims that men will prefer the robots and that real women will become obsolete. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian (The Point) hosts of The Young Turks discuss.

    Would you buy a sex robot? Can it replace a real person? Let us know in the comments below.

    Read more here: "Intelligent machines: Call for a ban on robots designed as sex toys"

    September 15, 2015

    “A campaign has been launched calling for a ban on the development of robots that can be used for sex.

    Such a use of the technology is unnecessary and undesirable, said campaign leader Dr Kathleen Richardson.

    Sex dolls already on the market are becoming more sophisticated and some are now hoping to build artificial intelligence into their products.
    Those working in the field say that there is a need for such robots.

    Dr Richardson, a robot ethicist at De Montfort University in Leicester, wants to raise awareness of the issue and persuade those developing sex robots to rethink how their technology is used.”

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    Why banning sex robots is a bad idea

    Published on Sep 24, 2015

    Ethicists are calling for a ban on sex with robots, calling it detrimental to human beings and the value of human relationships. But does the Campaign Against Sex Robots have the right idea? Is a ban the way to solve potential human problems?

    Kim Horcher and special guest Matt Key (Host-Marvel Movie News Show) discuss!

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    Owners Must Agree Not to Have Sex with 'Emotional Robot' Pepper - IGN News

    Published on Sep 24, 2015

    There is a robot on sale in Japan billed as the first humanoid robot designed to live with humans. It has proved to be very popular -- however, before you bring Pepper home, you must sign a contract promising not to have sex with it.

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    Every thing has two sides, humans should rationally use sex robots

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