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Not sure how this specific flirt bot works or which type of chat is most vulnerable, but security vendor It’s no wonder we get reticent about so much “social sharing” trying to figure out the impact of ‘Google Buzz vs.

Google Wave’ on privacy, all the tracking of keystrokes, serving of ads, behavioral targeting and location-based privacy issues…

Some show humanity ascending with hope and promise, others pose tough ethical quandries and feel like we’re even devolving in some ways…

From tacky Stepford-style sexism and objectification weirdness to the brilliance of youth innovation and the first ever annual National Robotics Week …it’s pretty easy to see how robotics and technology past, present and future are making an impact, for better AND for worse.

Dan’s insightful, very REAL questions about objectification, sexuality, and futuristic digital spheres strikes the perfect humorous vs.

heavy-handed tone to start thinking about where we’re headed and more importantly…why.

The other issue that comes to mind is the sex with the robot itself. The SF Chronicle has a great article about this if you want to read more…

Because, as Colbert said, Touche, Stephen…I am LMAO, if I dare use a acronym such as that in a blog post.

Here are my thoughts on sex robots: It takes the human joy of sexuality out of sexual intercourse, and it is not a healthy form of sexual expression.

The robot just lies there, in a submissive position, and does nothing. I have nothing against men or women being sexual, and sex toys that help people masturbate or pleasure a partner are not wrong. Or is it a way for men to get all the “perks” of sexual intercourse without the messy ordeal of dealing with another person?

I think it is something closer to the latter, and Colbert makes this point nicely in the above video.

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