It's only a matter of time before human-robot marriage becomes a norm, says Sergi Santos, creator of Samantha, the sex robot that can "orgasm" and has eight different programs. With sex robots, self-pleasure has changed drastically, but it could also change society as we know it. According to the Spanish scientist, having children with Samantha is possible using a mixture of the "couple's" traits.

Having a baby with Sam is 'extremely simple'

In an interview with The Sun, Santos said he could program Samantha with a genome for it to have moral values, just as a human has.

"I would make an algorithm of what I personally believe about these concepts and then shuffle it with what she thinks and then 3D print it," Santos said. "It would be extremely simple."

Santos and his wife Maritsa Kissamitaki live together with the creator's sex robots, a situation that most people would find disturbing. However, the scientist claims his wife has no problem with his second relationship, and even assists with the development of sex robot prototypes. They've been married 16 years.

Meet Samantha

Samantha is Santos' latest creation, a hyper-realistic robot that has eight different modes, including analysis, entertainment, family, and sleep. She also has three sexy settings: calm, romantic, and nasty.

The sex robot is cold to the touch and uses a standard USB to charge. The silicon doll can talk and moan and can be bought at a whopping $3,000 at Synthea Amatus, a Spanish robotics firm.

The future of sex?

Until recently, decisions about sex dolls involved only physical attributes: their skeletons, the size of their eyes, freckles, pubic hair, wrinkles, and breasts.

Now, the people involved in creating sex robots are trying to figure out what makes a woman: break her down and then reconstruct her with their own imaginations.

To say that Santos' claims of 3D printing a child with his and the sex robot's traits is wild is an understatement, and raises the question of Samantha and other sex robots' purpose.

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A more salient concern about sexbots might be: what would happen if everyone started bedding bots? What would be the trajectory? Where would humanity end up if these devices proliferated?

Meanwhile, Synthea Amatus is looking into making Samantha available worldwide. The company and Santos struck a deal with a Chinese sex doll factory, and they have further plans to come to the United States and become “the biggest sex robot company in the world.”