Silicon Valley Biohacker Uses Artificial Intelligence For Sex Toy [NSFW]

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been linked with robots, but a Silicon Valley biohacker and physicist used AI in creating a smart vibrator.

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Called Hum, the sex toy has pressure and motion sensor embedded and combined with its API for sensor interface that allows intuitive and adaptive responses to the female body when used. It also has a 3D printed inner structure and custom-built circuitry, making it superior to the standard vibrator that has only two speeds and standard patterns of motion.

However, Hum is still not yet in the market but in the manufacturing phase by a kickstarter, reports Mashable. According to crowdfunding site Indiegogo, $53,227 was raised by 232 people in two months for the venture.

Hum is waterproof and made from a single piece of soft, ultrapure, medical-grade silicone powered by a long-lasting lithium battery charged inside the vibrator wirelessly. However, the package includes a charging base, but charging is done without ports, jacks or any breaks in the device’s surface.

The developers used the open-sourced Arduino standard for microcontrollers as coding system. Access to all hardware, including sensors, buttons, motor and advanced DSP processing such as filters and running statistics are found on the interface. Owners could upload the program through Bluetooth.

More details about Hum from its developers are in the video below.

The site names SUNNY as the creator of Hum who had a soft launch of the world’s first robotic vibrator. However, it was not a media event since all that SUNNY did was, while clad with a leather jacket, climb on top of a table during a party in a sailboat at Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay. While holding a bottle of scotch, SUNNY screamed, “I am the Eve of robotic sex.”

Alexis Fish, a consultant for Hum, calls it a dream project because “it’s a technology that caught up with fantasy.” Xavi Marti, a PhD, notes that the sex toy is not just used for recreation but has the potential to generate data to create a better understanding of sex and sexuality. Marti is excited over the human aspects of knowledge that Hum would bring by applying advanced mathematics and analysis used for geophysics and civil engineering.

Commenting on the high-tech sex toy, record producer Ashanti says she plans to get one. Award-winning actress Whoopi Goldberg calls Hum “a quantum leap in technology.”

 

 

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