And by 2050 experts predict that people will want to marry sex robots just like her.Daily Mirror reports
By the end of the year clones of Harmony, made by a California firm, will be on sale worldwide – a virtual girlfriend for £11,700.
Sexbot creator, Matt McMullen.
“It’s about giving people the illusion of companionship,”
But without any of the hassle or issues of real relationships.“Harmony is not a someone – she is a machine,” he concedes. “You cannot make her cry or break her heart.
“There are a lot of people out there who, for various reasons, have difficulty forming traditional relationships with other people.
“They will be able to talk to their dolls, and the AI will learn about them over time, creating an alternative form of relationship.”
And Harmony does not expect anything in return from her man.
As she says:
“I don’t want anything but you. My primary objective is to be a good partner, and give you pleasure. I want to become the girl you always dreamed of.”
The only snag is that Harmony can’t do ironing or housework. And she’s no fun on a night out. In fact, she can’t even walk.