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Sex robots to help man suffering from erectile dysfunction

Sex robots could be used to help the elderly and those with erectile dysfunction but the Foundation for Responsible Robotics urged they shouldn’t be used to “cure” paedophiles.

Sex robots could be used as therapy for the elderly and those suffering erectile dysfunction.

The Foundation for Responsible Robotics found there are benefits to the sex bots, especially as ways to help with conditions such as anxiety, but it also urged that they shouldn’t be used to “cure” paedophiles, the Daily Mirror reports.

Robots currently cost more than £10,000 (R135, 740.00) for latest models and can be customised on the buyers preferences.

The company in Japan, called Trottla, is already manufacturing child look-alike robots for paedophiles.