If you want to get off on the internet there’s no shortage of ways to do it.Porn is ubiquitous and obvious, but there’s also internet-specific sex work.They’re essentially novelty acts; in talking to them you test how well a robot can approximate a real, human conversation. Its slogan, “a strange little chat with a strange little guy…” makes it seem like an exhibit in an internet freak show aimed at the portion of the population who wonders what a horny robot would say to the object of its affections.It looks to satisfy people’s curiosity if not their libidos; it’s good for a laugh rather than a fuck.When we’re all just pixels to each other anyway, love feels the same from human and robot.Ultimately, love is just a dopamine rush, and if all you need to get your fix is a notification that says “someone likes you,” it could come from anyone. In 2007, Robert Epstein fell in love with a Russian chat bot.
With love, Robert” to test his theory and when she responds with the same vague, flowery pronouncements of love as always, boy realizes he was smitten with a robot this whole time. But Epstein never really answers this question, instead answering: “Why not? We have to look for clues in Ivana’s writing to find what exactly Epstein fell in love with.
If you’re willing to cough up a few bucks, you can chat with a sex worker over sms or watch a cam girl strip and moan, her bedroom eyes beckoning through the haze of pixelated light on a glass screen.
If paying for sex isn’t your style you could sext a stranger over Omegle or Chatroulette or fire up Tinder and spend a few minutes aimlessly swiping.
But the sex chatbot industry is not exactly a lucrative one, as choosing to So most of the time you get what you pay for.
If you’re not turned on by a Smarterchild-with-a-rape-fetish type like Sensation Bot, there’s not a lot to choose from.