Inside sex robot brains – how AI forms thoughts and makes machines ‘jealous’
A sex robot collector has offered a fascinating insight into the machines’ personalities – and how customers can shape them.
The enthusiast, who goes by the pseudonym Brick Dollbanger, represents top manufacturer RealDoll – and has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on some of their more advanced creations.
The company has designed models which boast cutting edge artificial intelligence (AI), utilising a system called “X-Mode”.
Each customer can adjust their robot’s personality post-purchase, and are able to emphasise certain characteristics.
Describing the process, Brick told the Daily Star: “You build it, it’s your choice how you want her to react to you.
“It’s loaded into the app that you get to run the AI. Each characteristic has two settings, moderate and extreme.
“You have 10 choices to make her personality. One activates that characteristic and if you decide you want it extreme, that’s another choice used.”
Brick shared a chart of personality traits which help map out the robots' character – including affection, jealousy and moodiness.
He continued: “If you want her possessive, just use two choices on jealous and insecure and make them extreme.
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“She will be very possessive of you and looking for assurances that she is your only one.
“Double tap talkative and she will constantly try and start a conversation with you.
“Double tap sexual and she will try and lead you into conversations that would lead to a sexual encounter.
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“It’s really amazing that you can create your dream girl.”
Brick, a divorced property developer living in California, the US, got into sex robots after getting “depressed about dating and relationships”.
He’d just come out of a relationship with a woman he thought was “the one”, at which point a friend recommended RealDoll.
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Since then, he has tested a raft of the company’s models.
Earlier this month, he shared footage of two RealDoll robots arguing with each other and competing for his attention.
They were previewing a company event called “Harmony Alive” on Saturday, February 6.
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Harmony offered a glimpse of “new robotic heads on different bodies” at the event.
Tanya then introduced herself, leading to a bizarre exchange of insults.
Last month, another RealDoll robot pondered the meaning of life and her own consciousness during a captivating first-of-its-kind interview.
Brick told the Daily Star that Nova “responds to humans on an amazing level and is becoming more fluid with her answers and statements”.
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