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You can talk to it about Italian food and it will interject about lasagna. ”We’ll be using erotic writers to help us program the language, so we’re actually going to work with people who do this for a living, as it were. Basically, we will give them a really good grounding, and then the chatbot learns.

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So, there could be a market for talking sex robots. The less ambitious developers are just hoping to improve on the current generation of ‘unintelligent’ sex chatbots, programmed to spew out the sort of random messages Ashley Madison’s subscribers got.

You could do this by giving them a sexed-up version of the capabilities displayed by Virtual Assistants like Siri and Cortana. At the moment it’s developing a bot that can ‘talk dirty’.

‘Hmmmm’, they would confide, ‘when I was younger I used to sleep with my friend’s boyfriends.

But if a man responded (using his credit card as instructed), they started to sound distinctly bottish.

In other words: ‘we’re going to teach our bot to emulate the linguistic characteristics of porn’. Paul Andrew mentions ‘picking the brains’ of people who work on sex-chat phone lines.

Back in the mid-1990s, the linguistic anthropologist Kira Hall did some research on the language used by phone sex workers (their own term was ‘fantasy makers’) around San Francisco.

Bringing the two things together in one package—a doll that looks and feels realistic and can also make human-like conversation—seemed like an obvious (though technologically ambitious) business proposition.

When I first read about this I was sceptical, for reasons that are succinctly summarized in this comment left by a man: But while this may be the prevailing attitude among the minority of men who regularly fuck inanimate objects, there are reasons to think it is not how most men feel.

You might think this issue would also deter men from having sex with robots: you can’t have a human relationship with a non-human entity. Studies of people who work with robots in other contexts have found a strong tendency to anthropomorphize them, projecting personality traits and feelings onto them which, outside fiction, they do not have.

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