Robots and artificial intelligence will be responsible for the disappearance of millions of jobs, according to experts. In Japan, robots have already appeared able to install protective film for phone screens better than men, and one billionaire says that the job of driver will be the first to disappear in a few years it will be replaced with autopilot systems on intelligent machines. It seems that adult film actors will remain unemployed.
Experts believe that in the near future they will be replaced by virtual people, generated by special software programs. Virtual actors are so well designed that it will hardly see the difference. New technologies will significantly reduce costs for companies that produce adult content. “A man will not be able to compete in this world,” says futurologist Dr Ian Pearson, who produced a report for the company Bumblebee. In brothels there will still be people because there is an emotional connection that can not be replaced by machines, but we will not require adult film actors, according to him.
Pearson estimates that by 2050 more people will be having sex with robots and other devices for sex than other people. “In the beginning a lot of people will be reserved when speaking of sex with robots, but as you get used to them, this will change,” said Ian Pearson.
He estimates that by 2035, most people will own sex toys that can be used with virtual reality devices.
And Elon Musk, the billionaire who runs the company Tesla and SpaceX spatial co-founder, thinks that people will have to change in order to compete with robots in the future. According to him, people will have become cyborgs.
As artificial intelligence systems grows, people will have to compensate for weaknesses that they have biological integrating computers into their brains, said Musk World Government Summit in Dubai. Thus they will benefit from higher processing power and be able to compete better with robots in the competition for jobs. P
Two companies, CamSoda and Holodexx, have already announced that actors get direct services to home users through devices projecting holograms.
Videos “Holo-Cam” from CamSoda will be filmed in a special studio, and users will see content using pyramids that works with desktop, phone or tablet.