London, Dec 20: Humans will marry robots in the next 35 years, according to a sex robot expert.
Not only this, but sex with robots will become more enjoyable than with other humans, because of the advancement of artificial intelligence, he said.
Robots will also be more attractive than their human counterparts, according to London-based Dr David Levy, author of ‘Love and Sex with Robots’.
‘The first marriage will be before, not after 2050,’ best-selling author and robot expert Dr David Levy said during the Love and Sex with Robots conference in London.
While the claims may seem ridiculous to some, ‘sex and love with robots at a human level may appear to be a long way off, but the future has a way of laughing at you,’ he said.
The conference, held this week, has attracted experts from across the world to provide a vision of how sex with robots will look in the future, but it is not all good.
Nearly half of men could see themselves buying a sex robot in the near future but, if they are not careful, the tireless robots could push their human lovers over the edge.
The findings come from two key presentations at the conference that suggest robots will become an increasingly popular companion in the bedroom, warranting a system of ethics for their development and use.