“There are millions of people out there who, for one reason or another, cannot establish good relationships.”And when does he think this might come about?

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In a 2016 Rolling Stone interview with Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer, the brothers revealed to the magazine that they chose the real-life secret project to add another level of eeriness to the series.

"We wanted the supernatural element to be grounded in science in some way," Matt said in the interview.

“When I started out,” says David Levy, international chess champion and expert in artificial intelligence, “I didn’t know anything about artificial vaginas.

It is quite extraordinary how much interest there is in that subject.”, is perhaps the fullest exploration of the future of humans and robots, especially their interaction in the bedroom.

By kissing the screen, the movements of a person’s lips can be mirrored in the other machine and that kiss will be given to whoever has his or her mouth against a corresponding machine.

The future, he says, will involve the subconscious part of the brain.And this is where transmitting the other senses is so ­important.”Levy, 69, and Cheok, 42, have teamed up to work on a new “chat agent” – software that can understand and respond to natural human language and speech.The project, named I-Friend, will be based on artificial intelligence software that won Levy and his team the Loebner prize for a second time in 2009.“It could, for example, be an upmarket toy such as a furry animal or a creature from another planet; or a web avatar that repeatedly turns the conversation to discuss a company and its products; or a mobile app such as a virtual girlfriend or boyfriend.”Cheok adds: “In the first instance, it could probably replace all the phone sex for which people for some reason pay very high rates.” Ultimately, however, the aim would be for it to be “used in robots for artificial love and sex chat”."As ridiculous as it is, the monster [in the alternate dimension] doesn't come from a spiritual domain and it's not connected to any religion. I don't believe in ghosts, but I believe in aliens and alternate dimensions." The MK-Ultra project sounds like the stuff of fiction, but it's all too real. At the time, the government believed that Russia was experimenting with mind control technology, and the US government wanted to keep pace.Disturbingly, many of the subjects of MK-Ultra had no idea that they were being experimented on.Terms have originated from various sources including Bulletin Boards, AIM, Yahoo, IRC, Chat Rooms, Email, Cell Phone Text Messaging, and some even as far back as World War II.