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Eventually, the experience of having sex with a partner who lives on the other side of the world, should become almost identical to the personal experience of sex, and indeed it would be far safer, considering the dangers of sexually transmitted disease, unwanted pregnancy, overpopulation, and the possibilities of a violent relationship; especially when having sex with relative strangers.
Further, VR relationships with other human-controlled avatars do not involve financial dependency, and often the eventual financial ruination, that can happen when relationships fall apart; thus giving a new meaning to the term “sexual freedom.” (Quote) feeling a hug from a thousand miles away isn’t all the Tesla Suit lets long-distance daters do.
It seems to be due to physical stimulation (i.e., sense of touch) that individuals use sex dolls, and it is predominately a male-oriented pastime, however I predict that Virtual Reality sex, with other human-controlled avatars, and with AI-controlled avatars is probably going to be far more popular in the mass market than AI-controlled sex dolls.
Mostly what is missing in VR sex is full body “sensation;” however the eventual introduction to the mass market of full body sensation suits is inevitable.
If we consider the five senses of STTSH (See, Taste, Touch, Smell & Hear), currently mainly only sound and vision are reproduced in VR (Virtual Reality) sex simulations; however interfaces for the other three senses are not yet mass marketed, apart from remotely controlled sex toys.
Further, VR relationships involve both genders and it is not an almost exclusively male pastime, and there can be romantic and emotional aspects to such relationships which appeal to both genders.
You simply press Talk on the homepage and you are connected with a stranger from anywhere in the world. Many people are 'trolls'--meaning someone who just wants to make up stories to try to freak people out.
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When the human mind changes, the world will change.In 1987, when I was an undergraduate in Computer Science at University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland, I wrote in LISP a version of Weizenbaum's classic "Eliza" chat program .Eliza "simulates" (or perhaps parodies) a Rogerian psychotherapist (i.e.Weizenbaum's trick remains one of the classic tricks for building a chatbot.The original Eliza was meant to be sympathetic to the human.