Sexbots will never catch on. AI partners on your phone will. But a robot is too expensive to produce and maintain.

Sexbots will never catch on. AI partners on your phone will. But a robot is too expensive to produce and maintain. It'd probably cost as much as a car. That up front cost will make it virtually impossible for young men to afford and poor males to afford. The only people who can buy it are rich men and men old enough to get a bank loan for this. At best robots might become a cheap tool in prostitutehouses. Virtual companions designed after media characters over the internet that provide emotional support and sexual gratification from text based roleplay are the most likely outcome.

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  1. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    The sex toy industry's main demographic is women. If they actually made sexbots I don't get why people think they would be made for men

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      The sex toy industry's main demographic is gay men. They have always dressed it as a woman's market, but the reality is men will just collect sex toys in troves. Girls will just buy cheap shit for a party or to put in their sorority either as a joke or "empowerment" but men will just fricking collect sex toys and in high number. I've seen more girls buy Fleshlights or female sex torsos than I have vibrators and dildos and It's a safe bet it's either for the bf/husband or for webcam shit to get simps excited.
      Most markets are dependent on male engagement, more so in this sexual market places.

  2. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >AI partners on your phone will
    No. It will be Apple Vision Pro that makes it catch on. First it will come as an assistant. Then people will want a gf out of it. Then anime chads will get what they always wanted.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      The vision tech still sucks. You can't really move easily with it on and it gives people headaches. It makes more sense to just let people use it as a web application that can access most peripheral items like a computer or a phone. Most people just don't want to buy virtual reality headgear. We'll have AI waifu services before a sleek and reasonably priced AR design comes along, and it would be unreasonable to limit the service away from the world's biggest software market: phone apps. People use their phone more than computers, game systems and tv combined and they're used by literally every demographic. AR headgear is both demographically isolating for your market, and pointlessly expensive.

      Oh yes they will. Might not be soon, but they will. And I will be there day one.

      Anon, you won't be able to afford one.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        >you won't be able to afford one
        They cost less than real women do.

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          You can't afford $2,000,000 up front price anon.

          It's probably going to be granular.
          We're already seeing the AI revolution of having a willing and (somewhat) convincing analogue to a real woman able to provide sexual release through chatting.
          Next will be adaptive fleshlights. Able to pair with your phone and have your AI chat-bot react to you inserting your wiener into the sheath. It'll be rudimentary at first, but will be able to eventually measure depth and speed.
          Then they'll start releasing more and advanced fleshlights. Able to contort and ungulate in response to the chatbot
          Eventually, some rich coomer will finally design the first full fledged sex bot.
          So at the end of the day: I don't think the barrier to entry will be THAT huge, you'll just have to take what you can afford.

          >We're already seeing the AI revolution of having a willing and (somewhat) convincing analogue to a real woman able to provide sexual release through chatting.
          This i agree with.
          >Next will be adaptive fleshlights.
          This is not. Men don't buy sex toys like this. Their hand is free and perfectly suitable for that. This is just a lovense, which already exists and only women really buy it.
          >Eventually, some rich coomer will finally design the first full fledged sex bot.
          Design it, but not market it to regular horny men. Porn was freely available to ny 12 year old that could type. Sex bots will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars up front. The cheapest they could possibly get materially is the price of a very expensive car.

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Their hand is free and perfectly suitable for that.
            You underestimate the desire of a coomer to have their digital frickmeat to react to their actions. Plus it would eliminate this:
            >type out horny roleplay response
            >Jerk it while waiting for chatbot's response
            >Stop jerking to type out next response
            >Rinse
            >Repeat
            Being able to just...Frick a hole with one hand and have your screen sending you reactions to that would probably be a dream cum true for many.

            • 8 months ago
              Anonymous

              >You underestim-ACK
              >This is just a lovense, which already exists and only women really buy it.

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            >$2,000,000
            Coping foid?

  3. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Oh yes they will. Might not be soon, but they will. And I will be there day one.

  4. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's probably going to be granular.
    We're already seeing the AI revolution of having a willing and (somewhat) convincing analogue to a real woman able to provide sexual release through chatting.
    Next will be adaptive fleshlights. Able to pair with your phone and have your AI chat-bot react to you inserting your wiener into the sheath. It'll be rudimentary at first, but will be able to eventually measure depth and speed.
    Then they'll start releasing more and advanced fleshlights. Able to contort and ungulate in response to the chatbot
    Eventually, some rich coomer will finally design the first full fledged sex bot.
    So at the end of the day: I don't think the barrier to entry will be THAT huge, you'll just have to take what you can afford.

  5. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    wrong. nothing human makes it out of the near future.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      ?

      >implying women won't have it immediately boycotted and banned into non existence
      >implying that it won't be a neutered experience that refuses

      It won't happen and if it somehow does it'll be a shit AI that gets banned. Wishful thinking but holes will see to it.

      If there's one thing i trust, it's that technology that exploits people's most basic needs for money will never be properly regulated by a western government.

      >It'd probably cost as much as a car.

      You know how many poor people have cars? You know that it's really not that hard to get pricey cars for cheap?

      Not a cheap shit car, i meant a newly bought high end one that isn't required to commute to work and your bank won't give you a loan for. Poor people won't be able to get that. Poor people buy beat up junkers for 20k on a loan. Imagine conservatively 80k assuming the manufacturing process was streamlined (it probably would cost double that even then) Poor people won't be able to buy that. It won't become a trend.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Poor people buy beat up junkers for 20k on a loan.

        You are so stupid and ignorant of the real world. Not even saying you're right or wrong about sexbots, but you have no fricking clue about the used car market.

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          >You are so stupid and ignorant
          You're shrieking because you realized that I was right and you were wrong. It's okay to be mad, just remember that you're also stupid.

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'm laughing at your ignorance of such a commonplace thing in daily life. Sexbots or no, pick a better analogy next time you dunce.

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            >20k
            you could have said like 10k and your bait would've been much easier to swallow, you know?

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        >If there's one thing i trust, it's that technology that exploits people's most basic needs for money will never be properly regulated by a western government.
        Why don't we see how that prediction pans out, Ching Ze Chong?

  6. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >implying women won't have it immediately boycotted and banned into non existence
    >implying that it won't be a neutered experience that refuses

    It won't happen and if it somehow does it'll be a shit AI that gets banned. Wishful thinking but holes will see to it.

  7. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >It'd probably cost as much as a car.

    You know how many poor people have cars? You know that it's really not that hard to get pricey cars for cheap?

  8. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >But a robot is too expensive to produce and maintain
    That's why it will start with battledroids for a war. War in Ukraine shows that even though technology advances and you have tanks, satellites, aircraft, artillery etc, in the end you still have to physically remove enemy soldiers from contested territory. Imagine squad of androids who share data. You send them on enemy trenches and even if they somehow get destroyed, whatever input they gathered is immedietely transferred to the other bots in the squad each subsequent attack is more effective with bots not needing as much time to pass info as humans so defenses can't keep up and are overwhelmed because they can't regroup. Androids with their vitals covered in kevlar or bulletproof material will storm the trench and kill everyone inside using their superhuman strength, durability and speed thanks to extremely fast calculations.
    Then we'll just put them inside of synthetic skin layer and live in Girls Frontline universe. I'll devote my life to this cause. Learning matrix calculations and AI training right now.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >That's why it will start with battledroids for a war.
      that's honestly likely. Militaries are willing to pay big money for drones already, and they can get away with mistreating them. Battledroids are capable of tactics humans just can't do which allow for suicide runs. They're pretty logistically difficult to maintain though as a humanoid. But drone tanks, drone planes, and vanilla drones are commonly being used in war right now. Humanoid drones might have certain uses other kinds can't provide.

      As a replacement to women ie an ideally lifelong partner, 100 grand or so isn't really that big of a cost to pay. Think about how much you'd be spending on a woman anyway ove r the course of like 20 years

      >As a replacement to women ie an ideally lifelong partner, 100 grand or so isn't really that big of a cost to pay
      You're right. But think of the average ability of some 20 something year old to save up 100 grand for a robot without the ability to get a loan for it. Some with a decent job and some self control could. But it's not going to be even close to as ubiquitous as media based ai waifus. It'll stay a niche hobby for older men, unless suddenly the economy becomes a lot more fair very quickly.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        Forget savings, people will get payment plans for it. Young person can't afford a house, they get a mortgage. Young person can't afford a robo wife, they get some payment agreement

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Forget savings, people will get payment plans for it. Young person can't afford a house, they get a mortgage. Young person can't afford a robo wife, they get some payment agreement
          >You're right. But think of the average ability of some 20 something year old to save up 100 grand for a robot without the ability to get a loan for it.

  9. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    As a replacement to women ie an ideally lifelong partner, 100 grand or so isn't really that big of a cost to pay. Think about how much you'd be spending on a woman anyway ove r the course of like 20 years

  10. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >But a robot is too expensive to produce and maintain. It'd probably cost as much as a car.
    so cheaper than a GF? allright.
    no seriously I expect many who make less than 40K per year still being willing to fork out 20K for a sex bot. Its a huge industry with 21st century women being what they are currently.

  11. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >"It'd probably cost as much as a car."
    >almost everyone has a car even in relatively poor first world countries
    >lots of people with 100k cars
    >real women want their own 100k car or at least goad you into buying one for yourself on top of yearly 10k+ vacations and 10k+ random stupid expenses
    There's no way sexbots will be more expensive than a midrange woman. You can probably buy a new one every 4-5 years just from the money you save from not having a wife.

  12. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    It will cost a helluva lot more then a car. Prob more then your house. You will pay a lease payment monthly like a phone. But it will get u a partber that will never leave you.

  13. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sexbots don't have to be ideal. They just have to be better than real women.
    And that's not a high bar to clear.

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