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Nov 3, 2019

How our brains can control our emotions

Posted by in categories: neuroscience, sex

We know little about how brains produce happiness or anger. One scientist’s work is helping to explain why, revealing a possible link between sex and violence.

Oct 30, 2019

This AI-Powered Oral Sex Robot Puts the “Deep” in Deep Learning

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, sex

If you’re willing to dial things up to 10 (unfortunately there’s no 11), you can enjoy the device’s “Full AI Experience.”

Oct 26, 2019

Sex robots could soon ‘breathe’ using clever AI ‘chest cavity’ technology

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, sex

SEX robots that can “breathe” using a robotic chest cavity will are set to be unleashed onto seedy market.

Cloud Climax, UK agent for AI-AITech, says it is making great leaps in the technology of its top of the range model, “Emma”.

The company’s eventual aim is to make the robot move its arms and legs so it can walk.

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Sep 17, 2019

Driverless cars will lead to more sex in cars, study finds

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, sex, transportation

Self-driving vehicles will lead to a rise in car sex, according to a new study.

People will be more likely to eat, sleep and engage in on-the-road hanky-panky when robot cars become the new normal, according to research published in the most recent issue of the journal Annals of Tourism Research.

“People will be sleeping in their vehicles, which has implications for roadside hotels. And people may be eating in vehicles that function as restaurant pods,” Scott Cohen, who led the study, told Fast Company magazine.

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Aug 27, 2019

Key Uncertainties About the Future of Women

Posted by in categories: economics, policy, sex

In the past several months, the issue of ensuring a truly equal future for women in society has risen up the agenda of global challenges – whilst at the same time indicators suggest the actual gap is growing globally. From harassment and #metoo to #timesup and the rights to equal pay and equal access in education, the workplace, and the boardroom, women have been succeeding in spotlighting the issues and arguing for their rights. So, as we look to the future, some fundamental questions arise: What is the future of women? Are women’s futures different from men’s futures? How do we proceed in the coming years to embed a gender equality mindset while accounting for the unique challenges women face?

This article draws on insights from our recent book – The Future Reinvented – Reimagining, Life, Society and Business to explore how business and society can adjust to ensure a more positive future for women, focusing on what we consider to be critical agenda issues. We conclude with our advice and dreams for the future of women.

Areas which could benefit significantly from the increased participation of women

As we look to the forces shaping our world, it is clear that society as a whole could benefit significantly from the increased participation of women in the future of technology development, elected governmental roles, and higher education. For example, we need to better understand that an algorithm can be racist or sexist before integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into our social systems and institutions. The new book by Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble, Algorithms of Oppression, is a great example of the kind of critical thinking about its broader social implications that the technology sector needs.

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Aug 23, 2019

Jackie Kallen — “The First Lady of Boxing” — ideaXme Show — Ira Pastor

Posted by in categories: aging, business, entertainment, events, fun, health, journalism, sex, strategy

Aug 2, 2019

The truth about Jeffrey Epstein and his fascination with transhumanism

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, geopolitics, sex, transhumanism

A solid clarification article in a major newspaper where I point out that the transhumanism movement is vastly different than how Epstein interpreted in in 2011. Transhumanists need to speak up about what their vision of transhumanism is so others and media know what it really is about.


The revelation that convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein planned to impregnate 20 women with his sperm in a “DNA seeding” centre left the world feeling sick. But for patrons of a small, but growing, political movement it caused utter chaos.

“This is the largest media coverage we have ever experienced,” says Zoltan Istvan, former presidential candidate and founder of the Transhumanist Party. “But this is the worst type of coverage. Lots of damage control is being done right now.”

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Aug 1, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein Hoped to Seed Human Race With His DNA

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, biotech/medical, genetics, robotics/AI, sex, transhumanism

Mr. Epstein’s vision reflected his longstanding fascination with what has become known as transhumanism: the science of improving the human population through technologies like genetic engineering and artificial intelligence. Critics have likened transhumanism to a modern-day version of eugenics, the discredited field of improving the human race through controlled breeding.


Mr. Epstein, the accused sex trafficker, was fascinated by eugenics. He told scientists and others of his vision of using his New Mexico ranch to impregnate women.

Jul 21, 2019

The First Complete Brain Wiring Diagram of Any Species Is Here

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, information science, robotics/AI, sex

For a humble, microscopic worm with only 302 neurons, C. elegans has had a lot of firsts. It was the first multicellular animal to have its whole genome sequenced. It was also the spark that lit the connectome fire—the revolutionary idea that mapping the entirety of connections among neurons will unveil secrets of our minds, memory, and consciousness. And if the connectomists are to be believed, a map of individual brains may be the blueprint that will one day hurtle AI into human-level intelligence, or reconstruct an entire human mind in digital form.

More than 30 years ago, a pioneering group of scientists painstakingly traced and reconstructed the roundworm’s neural wiring by hand. The “heroic” effort, unaided by modern computers and brain-mapping algorithms, resulted in the first connectome in 1986.

Yet the “mind of the worm” map had significant lapses. For one, it only focused on one sex, the hermaphrodite—a “female” equivalent that can self-fertilize. This makes it hard to tell which connections are universal for the species, and which are dependent on sex and reproduction. For another, because the effort relied entirely on human beings who get tired, bored, and mess up, the map wasn’t entirely accurate. Even with multiple rounds of subsequent refinements, errors could linger, which would royally screw up any interpretation of results using these maps.

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Jul 18, 2019

Google and Facebook Are Quietly Tracking You on Sex Websites

Posted by in categories: privacy, sex

A new study scanned 22,484 pornography sites and found them riddled with trackers from major technology companies.

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