Today, The New York Post announced that hackers might be able to someday reprogram sex robots and use them for murder. And the general consensus on Twitter seemed to be "good."
Apparently, cybersecurity lecturer Dr. Nick Patterson said in an interview with Star Online that sex robots are actually much easier to hack into than computers or phones are. “Hackers can hack into a robot or a robotic device and have full control of the connections, arms, legs and other attached tools like knives or welding devices," he said. So, um, don't add knives or welding devices to your sex doll.
"Once a robot is hacked, the hacker has full control and can issue instructions to the robot," Patterson continued.
Believe it or not, sex robots are already a very real thing, thanks to companies like RealDoll (which has one of the most fascinating, creepy Instagram accounts I've ever seen—think 50 percent sex doll wet teeshirt shots, 50 percent technicians holding fake eyeballs). So this future is already theoretically possible.
In the dolls' defense, however, you can't get them pregnant, so let's just say that sex is risky no matter what.
[h/t New York Post]
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