Via feministing and The Globe and Mail, a news item about a female robot.
Mr. Trung's next goal for Project Aiko is to get her walking. But that would cost thousands of dollars. Until an investor comes calling, he plans to keep working on what he calls his biggest achievement to date.
"She can work 24 hours, no break, no pay and she won't ask for a raise," he says. "That's okay for a home budget."
There is no doubt in my mind that the business vultures are circling the Brampton, Ontario inventor of this robot at this very moment, offering him lucrative incentives to sell them his product so they can further develop her, repackage her and market her as the ultimate sexually abusable sex toy. For more information about this industry, check out Real Doll™ and BoyToy™.
And once the buyers of this robot get bored with inflicting various violent acts upon her and not obtaining the thrill that terror-filled eyes, screams and blood can procure them, they will move on to live human victims. And keep the robot to clean up after their mess, of course.