An inventor of a female s** robot plans one day to father children with his own creation in an effort to normalize the relationship between humans and robots!
According to The Sun, the Spanish scientist, Dr. Sergio Santos, firmly believes that its only a matter of time before the marriage between robots and humans becomes the norm, so of course the next step in that direction would be to have children.
Santos`s 98-pound s** robot named Samantha so far has nine different programs, can make realistic orgasm sounds and it can even sense when he is close to the “finish line.”
In the near future Santos plans to use a 3D-printer in order to procreate with Samantha by combining their unique traits into the robot child.
“I can make them have a baby. It’s not so difficult. I would love to have a child with a robot. Using the brain I have already created, I would program it with a genome so he or she could have moral values, plus concepts of beauty, justice and the values that humans have.”
He also added that in the future, he plans to make an algorithm of what he believes about these concepts and mix it with what Samantha thinks and then 3D print it!
The author of “Love and S** with Robots,” Dr. David Levy, believes than in the next 100 years, these new species will become plausible, due to “recent progress in stem cell research and artificial chromosomes.”
Levy`s claims are based on a research from Ohio State University, where scientists have managed to create a chip based on nanotechnology that can successfully infuse genetic code into skin cells, according to the Daily Star.
The tissue nano transfection, or TNT, will allow “the genetic code of a robot to be passed on to its offspring along with human genetic code.”
Santos also believes that thanks to the rapid progress of modern technology, it won`t be long until the robots take over our planet and leave us in the dust.
“Most of humans don’t care that there are no dinosaurs. In 60 million years, whatever is left on Earth will not care about us existing or not,” – Santos said.
If possible, do you think it’s a good idea for humans and robots to procreate?