Chat with sexbots
That’s a lot of “new economy” jobs removed from human circulation by robots.
It won’t be just service industry grunts or farmhands who bear the brunt of automation.
Eventually, like with male sexbots filling the sexual market vacuum left by female sexbots, carnally-neutral industrial robots will move into pink collar and even some white collar occupations, putting a lot of “Gay Mulatto’s people” out of work.
In fifty years, robots will be doing accounting, legal, administrative, HR, data entry, reporting, and maybe even programming jobs.
*** The Robot Revolution (it’s been happening) will squeeze the sexual market from the other end.
Just as mass Dirt World immigration has gutted the wages of working class men and fueled the opioid epidemic in their towns, the mass immigration of robots into the job market will place more downward pressure on the wages of blue collar men and in most cases drive them completely out of work, with no hope of new market niches opening up that don’t require high IQ and educational attainment to realistically enter.
Bots are a scourge flooding dating sites, manipulating lonely singles — usually male — into buying memberships or credits to talk to them.
These excess horses were killed for dog meat and soap, or returned to the wild to fend for themselves.
Think of it this way: industrial and commercial robots replace repetitive motion and repetitive thinking tasks, sexbots replace repetitive relationship and repetitive reproduction tasks.
Any repetitive motion or thinking task can be automated, and will be if the FREE MARKET is left to its invisible hand devices.
Several of my male friends have complained about matching with a woman on Tinder, only to be offered The Girlfriend Experience, or GFE, because the “woman” is actually an escort. ’…Another tactic is to ask the bot to spell words backwards, or to use a lot of pronouns like “it.”Or you can avoid the conversation entirely and check the fine print in the terms and conditions.
into paying for premium service.” The article goes on to say, “of the 5.5 million female profiles on the site, as few as 12,000 were real women — allegations that Ashley Madison denied.”While it’s doubtful anyone is using using Ashley Madison to find love, bots also have wormed their virtual way onto regular dating sites and apps.