Doctors slam sex robot ‘family’ mode

Catalan nanotechnology engineer Sergi Santos, the head of Samantha, a sex doll filled with artificial intelligence to give her the opportunity to respond to the different scenarios and verbal stimulus, in his house in Rubi, north of Barcelona, Spain, March 31, 2017. This photo was taken on March 31, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea – RC1C6A29B010

A sex robot with a “family mode” which calls her dirty talk is blasted as “deeply harmful” for children by academics.

The controversial droid called Samantha, went on sale in the united kingdom last September, and made her TV debut in the same month.

Samantha’s “personality” is powered by an artificial intelligence system that enables it to respond to touch and voice of the users and secure their progress if they are not treated well.

Sex robot lover Aarran Lee Wright, 36, appeared on ITV’s This Morning with his Samantha doll shortly after they went on sale and caused alarm by suggesting he let his children play.

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