Bad News for Leftist Men: Hacked Sex Robots Can KILL
Opportunity lies in the sex robot business.
First, the bad news.
As Newsweek reported,
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Artificial intelligence researchers have consistently warned of the security risks posed by internet-connected robots, with hundreds recently calling on governments to ban weaponized robots.
The latest warning comes from a cybersecurity expert who made the prophecy to several U.K. newspapers.
Apparently, hackers take control of the fembots. They can then manuever the arms, legs and other attached tools like in some cases knives or welding devices”, according to Nicholas Patterson, a cybersecurity lecturer at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia.
Now, the good news. Perhaps we could send these robots to the Middle East, then allow hackers access?
And if you’re thinking I’m sending these fembots to their doom, think again. These babes are nothing like their whiny human feminist sisters. As Newsweek explains, these babes are brawny:
“Often these robots can be upwards of 200 pounds and very strong. Once a robot is hacked, the hacker has full control and can issue instructions to the robot. The last thing you want is for a hacker to have control over one of these robots. Once hacked they could absolutely be used to perform physical actions for an advantageous scenario or to cause damage.”
I imagine one of these fembots with some “religion of peace” insurgent’s head between her thighs and some hacker pushes, “Crack the coconut!”
The scenario already happened with a Bluetooth-enabled butt-plug.
Researchers have discovered a serious security flaw with a Bluetooth-enabled butt plug that allows hackers to remotely take control of the vibrating sex toy.
Italian security researcher Giovanni Mellini published his findings in a blogpost on Tuesday, October 18, describing how he was able to send a vibrate command to a Hush butt plug from his laptop.
The Hush device, manufactured by Lovense, is designed to be a “long-distance love toy” and is described by the sex toy startup as “the world’s first teledildonic butt plug” that can be “controlled from anywhere.”
And to think the only devilment we had as kids was crank calls. I can only imagine what my life would be if I could commandeer somebody’s butt-plug, then put their reaction on social media.
Apparently, the idea began as a joke.
Mellini said the idea to hack a butt plug started as a joke between a friend but decided to follow through after wanting to explore the security of the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) protocol.
“This caught my attention after researchers told us that a lot of sex toys use this protocol to allow remote control that is insecure by design,” Mellini explained in his blog.
Before you dismiss this a sarcasm, check out what the Sun UK wrote of the future of sex bots:
Robots already build our cars, clean our houses and make our food – now manufacturers are on the verge of offering life-like, moving dolls for “private fun”.
Sex robots are essentially realistic dolls that have sophisticated movements that closely mimic humans so that they can romp.
Prof Noel Sharkey, chairman of the Foundation for Responsible Robotics, said guilt-free threesomes was just one of the potential uses for sex robots.
Others include “teledildonics” – wireless technology which allows a person to stimulate their partner remotely.
Sex bots are expected to be hyper-realistic with features such as built-in heaters to create the feeling of body warmth.
They will also have sensors to react to your touch.
One company is even developing a head that can speak, smile and sing for its robot sex dolls, while sex doll Harmony is the first to offer an “emotional connection”.
Experts say these specialised robots will start to appear in ordinary homes in the next decade, as lonely humans look for love.
It’s one thing to hide the vibrator, but that big doll staring at me in the corner needs some explaining.
Why is all this happening?
Feminism, silly. Science fixes that Leftists break.
With ideas around gender being what they are, does it surprise anybody that humans are being replaced? Wait until you see the episode of Maury, where you are asked, “Human or robot?”