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When will American men embrace robotic companions?

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Postby rome86 » Mon Apr 25, 2011 10:27 pm

S_Parc wrote:
rome86 wrote:female robots ..no way .. only western world is f***ed up ..we still have over dozens countries to visit and besides latin countries value family ... the english mindset is weird, distant, cold,materialistic,greedy,spoiled, and on and on


Yes, it's f'cked up. In some ways, I think even Dr Levy is being a bit politically correct in saying that 'bots will help in teaching people how to become better lovers. The truth of the matter is that women and men are genuinely distant in America & the 'bots will simply seal that door closed. So the idea that this is for *socially inept* individuals is a way of mentioning the topic but at the same time, poo pooing it without the true consideration it represents.

My fear really isn't for any of us on this board. We all have plans to be abroad with women but I am concerned for the children and grandkids. This doesn't bode well for humanity in the 22th century.



Here's some food for thought on how a woman deals with the mannequin thing differently. Here's a youtube clip of an AW film maker using a *self-referencing* realdoll as a prop for her concept film ...

http://www.youtube.com/realdoll

In her diatribe, she mentions rape but if you look at the images in the short clip, there's nothing in it to even suggest that crime. It's her trying to project herself as being docile, helpless, with the *potential for victimization* but all of that is in her head. This is exactly why it's not worth being with an AW. She already has victimization in her credo and thus, all it'll take is one misstep and you could be faced with a lawsuit.


hey park I can certainly use those female robots for regular blowjobs from time to time eheheh :lol:
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Postby momopi » Mon Apr 25, 2011 10:32 pm

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Postby S_Parc » Sun May 08, 2011 3:14 am

Hey fellows,

I'd recently spoken to a network engineer about the architecture of the realistic robots and here are his insights...

The actual physical fembot will not have its primary processing done inside the framework. That fabrication would be either too cumbersome or expensive to install and establish a supercomputer into the frame come 2020. Plus, that would become obsolete within a year, given Moore's Law, and thus it would be externally controlled.

What the fembot will have are essentially countless sensors, actuators, & embedded control software and super smart wireless networking hubs. This answers the question of whether or not feminists can declare them as 'semi-sentient' and pass legislation to stop it. It's virtually impossible. And will not happen for the next century regardless of advances in AI.

The brains behind the interactive & personality AI software will stay on the desktop, which by 2020, will be mini-supercomputers. The robot will simply be sending inputs back to the desktop computer for its decision tree analysis. Thus, the robot will be configured much like you setup your home or office wireless router. You'll setup communication protocols w/encryption, fail safes, etc. Then from your handheld tablet, you'll be accessing your home desktop (think of your home computer as now a big souped up 3 ft tower with lots of core CPUs, cooling fans, etc, but able to do the work of a room full of mainframes) and that will be running your robot from there. The fail safe, as always, is the off switch if the network goes haywire.
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Postby S_Parc » Wed Dec 28, 2011 9:03 pm

billy wrote:Why are you so interested in fembots?


The future, that's why.

Think about it, there are two trends which will merge down the road, the westernization (and ruining) of many foreign women alongside ultra cheap supercomputing power/AI and robotics.

Since the adaption & proliferation of hi-tech is one of the irreversible trends in modern society, the next wave will be robotic companions, since it'll follow from a world where people spend most of their time online or at work and not in meaningful relationships with the opposite gender.
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Postby Ghost » Thu Dec 29, 2011 11:28 am

I think there will be a global economic collapse before the AI technology really takes off, but supposing it doesn't, as long as robots become sufficiently human guys will accept them. As long as they don't fall into the "uncanny valley" it won't be a problem. It would probably make American women good again too, as they will have competition. :D
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Postby FreeYourMind » Thu Dec 29, 2011 11:43 am

Just the notion that men will turn to artificial, non-women is a huge victory for TPTB. And if it is eventually seen as a genuine threat to the globalists' "feminist dystopia" it will be made illegal or otherwise smashed. Not saying the TPTB are going to win, only that they have no intention of easily allowing alternatives to their desired matrix.
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Postby Dogboy86 » Thu Dec 29, 2011 2:09 pm

http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0092746/

Plot: Cherry 2000 (1987) Ron Borgstedt In the future, a man travels to the ends of the earth to find that the perfect woman is always under his nose. When successful businessman Sam Treadwell finds that his android wife, Cherry model 2000 has blown a fuse, he hires sexy renegade tracker E. Johnson to find her exact duplicate. But as their journey to replace his perfect mate leads them into the treacherous and lawless region of 'The Zone', Treadwell learns the hard way that the perfect woman is made not of computer chips and diodes, but of real flesh and blood!

Brian W Martz When Sam Treadwell breaks his Cherry 2000, a robot wife/sex toy, he hires E Johnson, to guide him across a dangerous apocalyptic wasteland to an abandoned manufacturing plant where he hopes to find a duplicate model Cherry 2000 to replace it with.
"Never underestimate the predictability of stupidity"!!!
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Postby S_Parc » Fri Dec 30, 2011 12:03 am

Here's my feelings of the present... today, many western men are like Jake Sully, the protagonist in James Cameron's "Avatar". And as in the movie, they're a type of a managed paraplegic in modern society, whose role is to serve a big corporate or govt entity. And like Sully, if one's willing to make the adjustments, one can still relocate to Brazil, and integrate into a culture with a large extended family (like the Pandoran Navi in the film) than being a type of lone wolf in the US/UK/Canada. On the other hand, many can't make this move or don't have the wherewithal to deal with numerous relatives (& the politics), as in a Latin or South Asian culture. BTW, this is a big adjustment; I'd opted out of settling down with my former Brazilian girlfriend.

And as for passing *free* time stateside, ala seeing GFE escorts in Montreal Canada, the Caribbean, etc, depends somewhat, upon one's resources and free time. Granted, a successful, seemingly aloof individual with do fine, with American women, but is it worth it? In other words, when things go sour (as they usually do), do you want them showing up at your office or your favorite sport's bar, mucking up the scene? I think that's a subject for a thread onto itself.

martianmay wrote:Sexbots are fantasy becoming reality. If they manage to create sexbots that feel as good as a real woman, it's curtains for things like marriage and children. Sure, the poor or the super conservative will stick with real, imperfect woman, but would you be able to pass up a delectable, eternally youthful sex slave?


Here's a question to that regard... if you work 50-60+ hrs per week, have a series of extracurriculars... like play B-ball a/o Martial Arts, etc, write for a journal a/o circular, perform a play a/o an instrument, etc, then doesn't a sexbot simply fit the lifestyle of a typically busy western individual? In a society, like America, where men and women have pretty much stopped interacting after college age, sans these sort of bogus business casual *socials* or new age gatherings, it just seems like a natural plug-in (pun intended :wink: ) for our all ready over-scheduled lives.
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Postby odbo » Fri Dec 30, 2011 3:18 am

S_Parc wrote:Here's my feelings of the present...
it just seems like a natural plug-in (pun intended :wink: ) for our all ready over-scheduled lives.

And those are your feelings? Sure. :roll: You make posts that humanity is being possessed by demons but you support this transhumanist crap which would spell the end of humanity? Let me guess, you're another "free thinker" who isn't into religion, especially not Christianity because you don't think it's relevant. Sigh. If you think every idea in your brain and every aspect of your life hasn't been pre-planned for you, you're greatly overestimating yourself at this point in time.

Most of the conditioning for this stuff involving half-man half-machine, sexbots and so on, has been coming out of Japan for decades, but there were plenty of "gems" from Hollywood as well. If you think a few episodes of Astro boy or that anime about sexbots won't change your opinion from its initial instinct (which is to find the concept repulsive), to whatever the system needs it to be, again you're overestimating your worth and underestimating the social engineers as well as your ability to be manipulated.

They're leading you every step of the way like the sheep that you are. Technology is what made masculinity obsolete in the first place, and now we've got the solution, more gnostic technology, this time to make women obsolete.

Watch BORG AGENDA
It's very healthy to go back and look at the propaganda you unknowingly took in earlier in life. Painful but healthy.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQBJkjcYnlQ[/youtube]

FreeYourMind wrote:Just the notion that men will turn to artificial, non-women is a huge victory for TPTB. And if it is eventually seen as a genuine threat to the globalists' "feminist dystopia" it will be made illegal or otherwise smashed. Not saying the TPTB are going to win, only that they have no intention of easily allowing alternatives to their desired matrix.

People turning away from each other WAS THEIR INTENTION from the very beginning. Feminism is but one tool to lead the population in the direction that they want. They could have just as well created a paradise for men if it suited their interest. In fact we are headed in that direction, only with pseudo-life. Whether it's virtual reality or living with robots, it's turning away from real life. The internet, online video games, and smart phones are a huge part of initially getting people into pseudo lives.
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Postby S_Parc » Fri Dec 30, 2011 4:17 am

odbo wrote:And those are your feelings? Sure. :roll: You make posts that humanity is being possessed by demons but you support this transhumanist crap which would spell the end of humanity? Let me guess, you're another "free thinker" who isn't into religion, especially not Christianity because you don't think it's relevant. Sigh. If you think every idea in your brain and every aspect of your life hasn't been pre-planned for you, you're greatly overestimating yourself at this point in time.


If you work, with any aspect of technology ... whether it be electronics, software, or biopharma, your skill sets are already a part of the "trans-humanism" or "Kurzweilian" future. Since many of us did study some form of science or engineering, we're implicit in the creation of future technologies.
This is the future; it's already in motion.

The end result, which is the marriage of computers and people, is already happening at high speed. I'm only stating the obvious.
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Postby odbo » Fri Dec 30, 2011 4:38 am

S_Parc wrote:If you work, with any aspect of technology ... whether it be electronics, software, or biopharma, your skill sets are already a part of the "trans-humanism" or "Kurzweilian" future. Since many of us did study some form of science or engineering, we're implicit in the creation of future technologies.
This is the future; it's already in motion.

The end result, which is the marriage of computers and people, is already happening at high speed. I'm only stating the obvious.

Yes this is the future they are leading us into, and that was the point. We are being manipulated into seeing this as unavoidable natural progress. Because they have shown us what to expect, primarily through movies. They call this predictive programming, or simply propaganda. The future they want is not always shown in a positive light, (Total Recall, Demolition Man, Johnny Mnemonic), but it is shown as inevitable.

You're incapable of thinking outside of the conditioning. Until you go back and analyze the propaganda you took in, you will be just be another programmed drone walking towards his self-destruction.


[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k80UQWWUIYs[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sz4OIjNvN0Q[/youtube]
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Postby S_Parc » Fri Dec 30, 2011 5:09 am

odbo wrote:
S_Parc wrote:If you work, with any aspect of technology ... whether it be electronics, software, or biopharma, your skill sets are already a part of the "trans-humanism" or "Kurzweilian" future. Since many of us did study some form of science or engineering, we're implicit in the creation of future technologies.
This is the future; it's already in motion.

The end result, which is the marriage of computers and people, is already happening at high speed. I'm only stating the obvious.

Yes this is the future they are leading us into, and that was the point. We are being manipulated into seeing this as unavoidable natural progress. Because they have shown us what to expect, primarily through movies. They call this predictive programming, or simply propaganda. The future they want is not always shown in a positive light, (Total Recall, Demolition Man, Johnny Mnemonic), but it is shown as inevitable.

You're incapable of thinking outside of the conditioning. Until you go back and analyze the propaganda you took in, you will be just be another programmed drone walking towards his self-destruction.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k80UQWWUIYs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sz4OIjNvN0Q


Yes, Sci-Fi/movies help shape that perception, however, by virtue of all of us, discussing this topic via digital interface, instead of live, one-on-one at a cafe in downtown { Boston, NYC, Chicago, London, etc }... it's already a part of our daily discourse.

I'd say the B-movie with James Woods & Deborah Harry, 'Videodrome', had scripted the current decade, almost 3 decades ago. Same goes for 'Network', with Faye Dunaway and William Holden, back in the mid-70s.

Think about this for a moment ... in our day-to-day lives, we can't discuss half the topics on Winston's forum, without public ridicule and ostracism.

Thus, technology, as a master-servant, has already established its semi-permanent beachhead, as a type of VR community. So the question is ... if this is human dialogue, a bunch of electronic forums, then haven't we already lost most of the fight? Someday, when someone at IBM, Google, Teradyne collects my thoughts and develops a program to mimic my behavior, would anyone be able to tell who's real and who's not, on an internet discussion board, ever again? And if so, are we only talking about 2020? And not some distant future, like 2110?
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Postby S_Parc » Fri Dec 30, 2011 5:58 am

billy wrote:Damn Sandra Bullock hat hot legs and ass.


Yeah, when she was young, she was quite attractive.

billy wrote:What is natural? We can not define what natural is. Without techology maybe humans hat the battle for life against other species who
knows.


Well, odbo is the primary opponent of the New World Order/Illuminati/mechanization of men and thus, doesn't like the nature of this topic at hand.

Although in principle, I'd like men & women, in America, to be close and cordial with one another, I'm afraid that that ship has sailed between the Summer of Love, '67, and the sometime when Reagan took office.
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Postby odbo » Fri Dec 30, 2011 6:28 am

S_Parc wrote:Yes, Sci-Fi/movies help shape that perception, however, by virtue of all of us, discussing this topic via digital interface, instead of live, one-on-one at a cafe in downtown { Boston, NYC, Chicago, London, etc }... it's already a part of our daily discourse.

I'd say the B-movie with James Woods & Deborah Harry, 'Videodrome', had scripted the current decade, almost 3 decades ago. Same goes for 'Network', with Faye Dunaway and William Holden, back in the mid-70s.

Think about this for a moment ... in our day-to-day lives, we can't discuss half the topics on Winston's forum, without public ridicule and ostracism.

Thus, technology, as a master-servant, has already established its semi-permanent beachhead, as a type of VR community. So the question is ... if this is human dialogue, a bunch of electronic forums, then haven't we already lost most of the fight? Someday, when someone at IBM, Google, Teradyne collects my thoughts and develops a program to mimic my behavior, would anyone be able to tell who's real and who's not, on an internet discussion board, ever again? And if so, are we only talking about 2020? And not some distant future, like 2110?

You're getting into canned-philosophy because of limited information. It's much better to do a little research and collect all the pieces of the puzzle so you can make informed conclusions. I'm pragmatic because I see the true purpose of this agenda, not some distortion they created for me. I'm not into making grandiose philosophical claims like saying technology by its definition goes against humanity. What I'm concerned about is rooted in reality. We are not in control of what technology comes up. But someone is. And when that someone has an agenda, philosophy ceases to be relevant. The Jewish Bolsheviks welcome "intellectuals" to argue about which is more ideal, Socialism, Communism, Anarchy, and all that other bullshit, because it's a lot of hot air that ceases to matter the moment revolution happens and the true purpose of it all is revealed, control.

A few elite families want to live forever. They decided on this over 100 years ago. To become gods is the logical conclusion of Gnostic doctrine, also known as Satanism.. The 20th century was them getting us, the worker bees, to create technology to eventually facilitate their goals. You can read their writings, (H.G. Wells, Charles Galton Darwin, Fabian Society, Chatham House and that whole world), the technology we have now was demanded by them while still in the Victorian era. Straight from the horse faced Jew's mouth, Ray Kurzweil explains he wants to live forever and resurrect his father. Now that they have all the tools they need for life extension, cloning themselves, and genetically engineering slave classes (worker bees who will never rebel), or building efficient robots, or a mix of the two (i.e. Borg). While humanity has become obsolete to them, but you can't just kill 6 billion people over-night. We are being phased out in a variety of ways. Infertility is rising, life-span is falling, average intelligence is dropping like a rock. We've got World War 3 around the corner, the Georgia Guidestones telling us we'll all be culled, I'm sure you've heard this all before. But they want nothing more than to have the people of the 1st world nations effortlessly walk into their own enslavement. By accepting RFID implants, by disassociating and getting involved with the pseudo-life (distractions which will seem more real as well as more pleasurable than the real world). We're already seeing a generation of boys who aren't interested in real-life and sit playing Counter Strike and Call of Duty 15 hours a day. But it's a low-tech temporary solution compared to what's coming up. I don't need you to tell me how bad it's gotten. But everything we have now can be reversed and resigned to the dustbin of history. But transhumanism will lead to permanent enslavement, because how do you rebel in a brave new world future?

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZreGeZ8w4qE[/youtube]
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Postby S_Parc » Fri Dec 30, 2011 5:07 pm

odbo wrote:You're getting into canned-philosophy because of limited information. It's much better to do a little research and collect all the pieces of the puzzle so you can make informed conclusions. I'm pragmatic because I see the true purpose of this agenda, not some distortion they created for me. I'm not into making grandiose philosophical claims like saying technology by its definition goes against humanity. What I'm concerned about is rooted in reality. We are not in control of what technology comes up. But someone is. And when that someone has an agenda, philosophy ceases to be relevant. The Jewish Bolsheviks welcome "intellectuals" to argue about which is more ideal, Socialism, Communism, Anarchy, and all that other bullshit, because it's a lot of hot air that ceases to matter the moment revolution happens and the true purpose of it all is revealed, control.

A few elite families want to live forever. They decided on this over 100 years ago. To become gods is the logical conclusion of Gnostic doctrine, also known as Satanism.. The 20th century was them getting us, the worker bees, to create technology to eventually facilitate their goals. You can read their writings, (H.G. Wells, Charles Galton Darwin, Fabian Society, Chatham House and that whole world), the technology we have now was demanded by them while still in the Victorian era. Straight from the horse faced Jew's mouth, Ray Kurzweil explains he wants to live forever and resurrect his father. Now that they have all the tools they need for life extension, cloning themselves, and genetically engineering slave classes (worker bees who will never rebel), or building efficient robots, or a mix of the two (i.e. Borg). While humanity has become obsolete to them, but you can't just kill 6 billion people over-night. We are being phased out in a variety of ways. Infertility is rising, life-span is falling, average intelligence is dropping like a rock. We've got World War 3 around the corner, the Georgia Guidestones telling us we'll all be culled, I'm sure you've heard this all before. But they want nothing more than to have the people of the 1st world nations effortlessly walk into their own enslavement. By accepting RFID implants, by disassociating and getting involved with the pseudo-life (distractions which will seem more real as well as more pleasurable than the real world). We're already seeing a generation of boys who aren't interested in real-life and sit playing Counter Strike and Call of Duty 15 hours a day. But it's a low-tech temporary solution compared to what's coming up. I don't need you to tell me how bad it's gotten. But everything we have now can be reversed and resigned to the dustbin of history. But transhumanism will lead to permanent enslavement, because how do you rebel in a brave new world future?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZreGeZ8w4qE


Your first series of ideas: The Bilderbergs, Rothchilds, Illuminati, Rockefeller->New World Order (NWO) has been around since the Gilded Age and before, esp if you buy into the Knights Templar -> Free Masonry and the whole creation of America, as a result.

The 2nd, linking the MITers (Kurzweil & Co) to the above is in effect, making that broad statement and that's that modern technology, guided or unguided, is leading to the NWO enslaving the world. For the most part, MIT/Stanford/Berkeley and their associates did create, the electronic age. I'd say that at least half the electronics R&D companies, in the greater Boston area, are working on RFID technologies. Kurzweil is just one of recent MIT entrepreneurs, who'd developed natural language algorithms for commercial use. And his desire for re-connecting with his dead father isn't exactly a novel idea, since he doesn't believe in the afterlife/soul and thus, sees tech as the only way of re-uniting with a lost loved one. Yes, kinda sad, from a certain p.o.v, but that's how he sees things.

So in effect, I don't believe that Kurzweil & other techies are on some numbered account payroll of E. Rothchild. I think he's simply another technocrat, who works the proliferation of tech, since he's an engineer after all. And he misses his father & like a lot of people, doesn't want to die himself. The problem is that like a lot of idealists, his work will eventually be taken over by govt powers and be used to control the population but then again, I can say the same thing for everyone working for a Fortune 2000 or a subsidiary. Did the Wright Brothers imagine a B-17 bomber when they flew at Kitty Hawk, in only 3 decades?

Is the answer to move to Vermont's Northern Kingdom, become a Luddite, and then make homemade cheddar for the tourists? Because in effect, if you have any participation in the modern world, even if that means holding an admin assistant job in an office setting, you're a part of the convergence of tech and humanity.

And then, don't forget that R&D is global. What's not invented here may show up at a Samsung or Mitsubishi. Thus, the genie is out of the bottle.
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