TECHNICIANS in America have built a lifelike sex doll especially designed to satisfy all of a man’s fantasies.
With her tiny waist and generous bosom, Harmony is so lifelike she’ll even orgasm during intercourse.
As well as enjoying a good time with her man, she knows his favourite food, films and music, and is able to make him laugh and remember his birthday.
The sexbot’s main objective is to be “the girl you always dreamed of”.
By the end of the year, clones of Harmony will be available to buy across the globe for the princely sum of £11,700.
And by 2050 experts predict people will be hankering to tie the knot with their artificial intelligence girlfriends.
California-based creator Matt McMullen told The Mirror: “There are a lot of people out there who, for various reasons, have difficulty forming traditional relationships with other people.
World’s first ‘talking sex doll’ lets you programme her personalityBut dating a robot has its drawbacks – Harmony can’t hit the town with you or challenge you to a game of darts at the pub.
She’s also no good at household chores or general admin, and she can’t even walk.
Matt has invested hundreds of thousands of dollars into bringing his vision of the perfect partner to life and started making “RealDolls” in the 1990s.
All the dolls are silicone and respond to questions with a – slightly strange – human manner.
Buyers can customise their purchase, with a selection of 42 nipple colour options and 14 different labias – the parts which are “used” can be detached and washed in the dishwasher.
In addition, customers can dictate their partner’s character choosing between 18 personality traits including shy, sensual, jealous, moody or talkative.
The doll can be programmed to recite poetry for those who prefer a literary type, or crack jokes for customers who love a comedian.
But creator Matt doesn’t think the robots pose a problem for real relationships.
He said: “This isn’t designed to distort reality to the point where people start interacting with humans the way they do with the robot.
“If they do, there’s probably something wrong with them. This is for gentle people who have such a hard time connecting with others.” (The Sun, UK)