Artificial Intelligence expert David Levis, author of the book ‘Love and Sex with Robots’, thinks it’s as good as certain we will have advanced sex robots in the near future.

We have known for quite some years that the demand for artificial partners exists: the simplified predecessor, the RealDoll, is already 20 years old. Levis says that the first simple sex robot, with fully functioning lifelike genitalia, will be expected to be for sale in 2017. For around $15,000, people will be able to buy a humanoid robot with simulated body heat, vibrating parts, and AI speech designed to have a conversation.

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