First Male ‘Sex Robot’ With Artificial Intelligence May Be Set For 2018, But Women Aren’t So Sure About This

Jonathan Vankin - Author

Dec. 3 2019, Updated 8:29 a.m. ET

The company responsible for the lifelike, and expensive, sex doll line known as RealDoll recently announced a “robot” version of the doll equipped with an artificial intelligence-powered computerized “brain,” with the name “Harmony.” But Harmony, who has not yet hit the market, is a female robot, designed to be used by men, in a rather straightforward fashion. But Abyss Creations and its robotics arm Realbotix are now finding that creating a male counterpart for Harmony may not be as simple.

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Matt McMullen, the co-founder of Abyss Creations, confirmed last week that his company was hard at work on a male sex robot to go along with Harmony and designed for use by women. In fact, McMullen told Britain’s Daily Star newspaper the male robot’s apparatus will function “better than a vibrator.” In fact, McMullen claimed, by “plugging in” the male robot — which does not yet have a name — the artificial human will be able to perform “as long as you want.”

“There’s rebuilding that needs to happen on both fronts to create a male platform,” McMullen said. “We’re working hard on that and that’s one of the next big things we’re looking to get up and running.”

But not all members of the male sex robot’s target consumer base — women — have greeted the news with enthusiasm, saying that because the robot would be designed by a man, its functions would simply perpetuate stereotypical male perceptions about what women desire sexually.


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