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It found "major disagreement" on this question, with some arguing that having sex with a robot would reduce attackers' desires to harm fellow humans, and others arguing that allowing people to live out their darkest fantasies with robots would have a pernicious effect on societal norms. 2600 (an abbreviation for Be More Version 2600, phonetically spelled "Beemo Verr 2600"), is Finn and Jake's living video game console system, portable electrical outlet, computer, music player, VCR, video player, video editor, roommate, camera, alarm clock, toaster, flashlight, strobelight, skateboarder, soccer player, tape player, chef and friend.Noel Sharkey, a professor of artificial intelligence and robotics at Britain's University of Sheffield, said it was difficult to predict how far or fast the market would grow, or what its effect on societies might be in years ahead. Or will they change societal norms and become widespread? "How would (sex with a robot) equate to a truly human intimate relationship?" The report looked at some of the most contentious issues, asking academics, members of the public and the sex industry for their views on whether, for example, sex robots might be helpful in reducing sexual crimes.BMO's voice was originally to be similar to a computer-synthesized voice, but as a result of a suggestion from Ward, Niki Yang's natural voice (also voiced Lady Rainicorn) with some adjustments became the voice of BMO.BMO looks like a half-Macintosh half-Game Boy Color with Atari 2600 controllers. BMO is a medium-sized teal/blue-green handheld gaming device, sometimes appearing with one or two controllers attached to it. BMO is about 12.25 inches wide and 20.1 inches tall.

In a report on the growing market in sex robots, the Foundation for Responsible Robotics said rapidly advancing technologies have already led to the creation of "android love dolls" capable of performing 50 automated sexual positions.

David Hanson's robot faces look and act like yours: They recognize and respond to emotion, and make expressions of their own.

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BMO's operating system is somewhat similar to that of a Macintosh computer, as seen in "Be More", with a graphical interface and drag-and-drop file manager.

On BMO's sides, the letters "BMO" are printed, indicating it's name.

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