In the event that you feel weird about pillow-talking a robot, the bot’s kind enough to offer you a ready-made phrase.
(We just stuck with our first thought—”I feel weird pillow-talking a robot.”)Created by Sid Lee Paris with digital production by Jam3, the bot then sets to work at analyzing your voice.
The system can distinguish between male and female voices, and interpret multiple languages, including English, Italian, French, Portuguese and Polish. It isn’t clear how the analysis works (how does one measure “mystery”? We tried it twice and the percentages changed, though overall results were more or less the same—mysterious and sensual, while hopelessly wanting in sophistication and intensity. The bot then kicks you to Skyn’s website, where you can check out which of its condom boxes suit you best.
The voice analyzer is meant to be a promotion for its newest Unknown Pleasure collection, a grab-bag of warming, cooling, tingling, textured and even cocktail-flavored condoms.
The warning can vary based on the conversation, if, for example, a potential buyer expresses an interest in someone underage but generally reads: “Buying sex from anyone is illegal and can cause serious long term harm to the victim, as well as further the cycle of human trafficking.
Details of this incident will be reviewed further and you may be contacted by law enforcement for questioning.”The bot was created as part of a philanthropic initiative whose lead partner is Seattle Against Slavery, and the aim is to reduce demand for sex workers, and the incentives for criminals to coerce people into the sex trade.
Oliver Bendel, a researcher from the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Northwestern Switzerland, says development of sex robots should be subjected to questions of machine ethics, the Register reports.
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