The future lover? Sex robot festival BANNED in Malaysia is coming to Britain.

If you wanted proof that academics, particularly those deluded clowns who call themselves scientists, here it is. A GRUBBY SEX ROBOT festival banned in other parts of the world is being staged by a British university at a cost of £200-a-ticket. The so-called conference on offering advice on how to have sex with robots and problems in human / robot sexual problems was seen as so sick and idiotic it was banned in Malaysia. But it is now being held at London's Goldsmith University, formerly known as Goldsmiths' College until it acquired delusions of grandeur. Academics in robotics and human interaction will come together at the south east London university to discuss the future of artificial sex. Goldsmiths computing lecturer Dr Kate Devlin said: "I think robots could become our lovers in the future. “Does love have to be reciprocated in order to be valid?” The two-day event, the International Congress on Love and Sex with Robots, will explore robot emotions, personalities, humanoid robots, intelligent electronic sex hardware and entertainment robots. The lecturer agreed to give the conference the go ahead after it was banned in Malaysia. Dr Devlin blasted calls for sex robots to be banned. She said: Our research aims to carve a new narrative, moving away from sex robots purely defined as machines used as sex objects, as substitutes for human partners, made by men, for men. “A machine is a blank slate – it is what we make of it. Why should a sex robot be binary? What about the potential for therapy? It’s time for new approaches to artificial sexuality. “Cutting edge research in technology and ethics is vital if we want to reframe ideas about the human-tech relationship.”

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