Elon Musk doesn’t rule out making ‘catgirl’ themed sex robots

Elon Musk does not seem to have forgotten his intention to launch themed bots chatgirhe, this is how female manga or anime characters are known who wear cat elements, such as ears or tails, or who draw the most tender expressions of felines. In an interview with TED director Chris Anderson, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO recalled that he promised his followers to create catgirls and that he could make a sex robot of this style.

In the interview, Anderson, after talking with Elon Musk about Tesla’s current plans and specifically the humanoid robot the electric mobility company is working on, asks the tycoon if he thinks by 2050 there will be a robot in most homes and if you also believe that people will love you and rely on them. “Yeah, you’ll probably have some sort of robot friend or something,” Musk replies.

The conversation quickly turns to the sex robot when Anderson asks what kind of applications this device could have. “You know, can you have a romantic partner? A sexual partner?” Comments the head of TED. “It’s probably inevitable,” responds Elon Musk. “I mean, I promised the internet that I would cat-girlswe could make a robot chatgirI”.

The promise you speak of Elon Musk is linked to a tweet he posted in October 2020. The businessman, in particular, asked his followers the following: “Should Tesla do robots cat-girlsThe question was accompanied by a fire emoji, referring to robots having a sexual character or style. In the post, he also included a poll with two positive responses “Absolutely” and “Of course Musk also posted a tweet detailing a future update from Tesla related to the cat-girls.

This is the Tesla Bot that Elon Musk is working in

the Robot Tesla, meanwhile, continues to develop. It doesn’t yet have a firm release date, although it’s expected to enter small-scale production in 2023. Elon Musk also revealed some important details about the also known as Optimus. Among them, that their mission will be to perform monotonous or risky tasks for human beings. Also that the robot will be able to receive the personality and memories of humans, although this is something that could take a long time to happen.

Elon Musk, in the interview with the head of TED, also explained why he thinks his companies (Tesla, SpaceX, Neuralink and The Boring Company) are philanthropists. The director assures that everyone has projects aimed at helping humanity. Among them, the creation of tunnels that aim to solve traffic or technologies to help solve brain damage using artificial intelligence.