Any chance of an option to watch (live or after the fact) from across the channel? Not much chance of me getting to London just for a lecture like this (or any other reason at the moment actually).
The Register Lectures are back, and on April 19 we’ll be considering one of the most fascinating topics in the world of tech: how AI and robotics are going to interact with and affect human sexuality. We’ll be welcoming Dr Kate Devlin, one of the UK’s foremost experts on human sexuality and technology, who will be talking us …
... YOU, maybe. Myself? Not so much.
Don't get me wrong, I'm as into hydraulics and pneumatics (and fast cars, faster bikes, etc.) as the next guy, but I've never become sexually aroused by mechanical equipment. I've also never been attracted to silicon "enhancements" bolted onto my .fav MOTAS. So somehow, I seriously doubt that combining silicon and mechanics will ever hold any interest for me.
Obviously, YMMV. Follow your bliss.
If ever the government deems it necessary to regulate this sector, they could award the contract for compliance checking to Capita and their TV Licence team.
Expect letters through the doors like are you having robot sex without a licence? Our robot sex detector vans are in the area...
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