(Cho is short for Chosen Among the Beautiful.) As Jones' sci-fi world has seeped into reality, with roboticists around the world dedicating their lives to building lifelike machine women, the word has stuck—for better or worse. That depends on whether you think the world has a lady-robot problem.
The recently released film makes a strong case that, as technology evolves, our gender divide will grow along with it.
Are we falling into archaic pitfalls by casting these robots in any humanoid form?
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And she'll have sex whenever you please -- as long as her battery doesn't run out."If you wanted to screw her, mechanically speaking, you could, and she'd enjoy it," Nathan says to him. Go back to 1928's The gynoid physique is even more prominent in Japan, represented in graphic art and massively popular anime cartoons.Hajime Sorayama, whose design work resides in the Museum of Modern Art, made a career out of robot erotica.The future is forged by pouring a stiff drink, kicking back, and taking a second to question everything.We here at love a crazy-idea-that-just-might-work, so this week, we're paying tribute to the forward-thinkers of past and present with a series called In the 1985 novel Divine Endurance, author Gwyneth Jones coined the term "gynoid" to describe Cho, a robot slave character molded from the "ideal" female form.