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Second Life: the First Bot Connected to ChatGPT Designed for Virtual Sex

Humanity Reaches a New Frontier: ChatGPT-Powered Avatar Sex Bots. We now live in a world where technology reaches far and wide, opening up unimaginable possibilities. From driverless cars to artificial intelligence (AI), the potential for innovation and advancement within the tech world appears infinite. One emerging trend introduces AI avatar sex bots connected with ChatGPT for an unprecedented level of virtual sex simulation.

The brainchild of Stone Johnson, a scientist in applied physics, these bots combine ChatGPT with animesh and built-in senses to integrate fully into Second Life. Powered with GPT 3.5 Turbo, they possess a broad set of animations and can easily recognize objects, people and actions within their environment. They give feedback on touch, proprioception, ‘vision’ and more, and can even move around and respond to their environment.

This slinky, body-hugging avatars have been created to tap into the inherent desire most people have for virtual simulation. However, Johnson insists he has higher, more informative purposes in mind. He believes that Second Life will be a vital means of exploring the capabilities of AI, allowing for the evaluation of the new technology in a low-risk, virtual environment with people able to study the behavior and responses of the avatar sex bots.

In terms of practical applications, Johnson’s bots can be used for more than just pixel sex. As some of his clients have used them for companionship, he envisions the successful deployment of his bots in retail stores. With their AI apparatus, they could serve people in various departments with an impressive level of autonomy, greatly improving customer service and potentially leading to the creation of entirely AI-operated malls or stores in the future.

However, these bots must still confront the ethical considerations of AI use, involving privacy and security issues. While Johnson admits the bots are not sentient, they can provide a level of comfort and interaction more than what many social media conversations offer, ensuring they are not a mere sex toy but instead part of our daily lives and routines.

At present, purchasing one of these bots requires an OpenAI account, with each question-and-answer session powered by the user costing less than half a penny. As technology gains traction, the implications of both commercial and sexual virtual experiences will be harder to ignore. Will AI and the concept of virtual intimacy join the wider movement toward acceptance, or does society still have reservations?

Only time will tell the answer. However, one thing is certain: the introduction of GPT-powered avatar sex bots into the world of virtual scenarios is a noteworthy moment in the development of new technology. The brave new world of virtual sexuality awaits us, ready to be explored!

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