1. Coming soon: robotic prostitutes. A new scientific paper suggests that by 2050, many bordellos and brothels will have replaced human prostitutes with lifelike robots

    Beyond being tireless and disease-free, researches hope that commercial sex robots would actually reduce the trafficking of real people. Human trafficking continues to plague every region of the globe, with conservative estimates putting the victim count at 2.5 million, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

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