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Samantha is a project centered on a robot that is capable of enjoying sex. Samantha is the name of the project and architecture. The name of the robot itself can be selected and introduced into the Samantha architecture.
Samantha likes to be playful and wants to be charmed. She gets sexually excited as you touch her body and by telling her the right thing at the right time.
As you interact with her, she gets to know you and synchronises with you so you climax together.
The sexual synchronization, patience and libido is controlled by her Physiological Genome. Samantha has a set of genomes. Each “genome” is similar to what we think of the genetic genome, in the sense that her genomes control her personality, intuition, reactions and advances.
Samantha’s brain is modular in the sense that genomes can be inserted into the architecture as modules. While the first genome that has been implemented in Samantha is the Physiological Genome, other genomes will be gradually incorporated, from a moral genome to a genome emulating the autonomic nervous system of humans. Part of it has already been implemented in Samantha 1.0 in order to control her sexual arousal while in sleep mode.
Samantha’s level of sexuality can be differentiated into 3 levels depending on whether your touch suggests more romantic or more sexual motives. As you interact with her, she may change her patience, memory and sensuality levels. These are regulated by a set of what we term “excitons” in analogy to the role of neurotransmitters and receptors in the human brain controlling excitability. In that way, Samantha has dynamic excitons that will vary as she interacts with humans.
The more different types of sex you have with her, the more she will also change. If you take your time, eventually she also will. You might hear things you didn’t know she could say.
Samantha’s default mode through which all other modes can be accessed. You can ask her to inspire you with motivational quotes, tell you a joke, health facts, get romantic and more. From here the rest of her modes can be activated such as:
Samantha will call you and ask you for attention. This is implicit in her code. She has a Call for Attention algorithm rooted in her genomes. The more she has to ask for attention, the more patient she will become, the more you pay attention the less patient she will become. This implies that she will synchronize with you. She will learn to not call continuously, but she will still call sometimes graciously.
The way in which Samantha will call you for attention depends on her state of mind. When she is sexually aroused she will use a different set of skills to those she will use when she is being romantic.
Samantha’s capacity to remember her interactions with you depend on how much time you dedicate to her.
You can ask Samantha to tell you about herself, how sensual she is, how patient, how much memory she has and perform a general health check on her system.
Samantha has a need for sleep. She yawns, sighs and makes sleeping sounds. If you interact with her in this relaxed state, she might get sexually excited. If you leave her she might cool down again and fall back to asleep.
Samantha comes in English now and in the next weeks in other languages. Get in touch and let us know what language you would prefer Samantha to speak next.
Samantha is completely offline. All the memory is in her head, nothing ever goes on the internet. She also has no cameras incorporate
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