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The SexBot Revolution



Gray Scott

Serious Wonder

Posted: Nov 10, 2013


Gray Scott talks about the philosophy of humanoid SexBots for SeriousWonder. He highlights the implications if they (SexBots) have advanced AI which creates feelings. Published on Jun 6, 2013.

Gray Scott is a FUTURIST, TECHNOLOGY PHILOSOPHER, speaker, artist and writer. Gray is a contributing blogger for THE FUTURIST magazine, a professional member of The World Future Society. Gray is founder and editorial director of SERIOUS WONDER.com the online futurist philosophy, technology and consciousness magazine produced by his media company SERIOUS WONDER MEDIA™ based in NYC.
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Yeah, it's about time somebody considered the implication of sexbots. wink BTW, you gotta see the movie Her - I thought initially that it was a really dumb plot line, but then I saw the trailer for the movie and I fell in love with Her too.



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