Skip to comments.Cyber women test what's real
Posted on 10/23/2003 8:01:01 AM PDT by Momaw Nadon
Yeah but can they cuddle.
The robotic models being developed will be able to cuddle.
This is an interesting but not necessarily correct statement. consider:
What do men's magazines show? women.
What do women's magazines show? women.
It is part of human nature that women's bodies and movements are watched and admired. [before anyone says anything silly, this does not mean there is any latent lesbianism in women. so can that thought before you think it].
And, by the way, barbie was invented by a woman, and the almost-anorexic look for women is in women's magazines. Men like women with curves and breasts, not scarecrows with a balcony.
-The downfall of Western Society;
-Sleeping with their mates best friend;
-Being greedy wastrel shrews;
-Ruining their mate's life;
-Being brood sows to create an ever larger welfare class
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within: Absolutely God-awful plot, but incredible CG.
Ananova still needs work.
Bimbo outsourcing? I love it!
No, that will be part of the 2.0 release, which will also include other features like complaining about the toilet seat being left up and talking during a TV show, then asking what just happened while she was talking to you.
A married man, no doubt. LOL.
* The all-enveloping tactile environment is now widely available and fully convincing. Its resolution equals or exceeds that of human touch and can simulate (and stimulate) all of the facets of the tactile sense, including the sensing of pressure, temperature, textures, and moistness.
* The "total touch" haptic environment requires entering a virtual-reality booth. These technologies are popular for medical examinations, as well as sensual and sexual interactions with other human partners or simulated partners. In fact, it is often the preferred mode of interaction, even when a human partner is nearby, due to its ability to enhance both experience and safety.
By Ray Kurzweil, author of The Age of Spiritual Machines
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