Robots are, obviously, going to take all our jobs (if they don’t kill us all first).Meanwhile, AI’s writing novels, making questionable music and memeing weird existential shit.“The majority of strip clubs are not appealing to people through CES. If you’re six people from a company and there’s two women and four guys, you can still here and have some fun and see the robots and not feel like you have to be part of a strip club.”“Come watch sparks fly as the Robo Twins shake their hardware and leave everyone wondering if those double Ds are real or made in ‘Silicone’ Valley,” a flyer for Sapphire read.
Sapphire has hired the sculptures because they see them as, very loosely, linking pole dancing with technology.
I think maybe it would have been different if they had been exhibited in the CES exhibition itself but they weren’t, they are ‘contained’ within the club.” Walker asserts that, rather than labeling the sculptures as pole dancers or robots, they’re dancing cameras.
Now it seems they’re going head-to-head with human strippers.
Or head-to-camera, seeing as the gyrating robots have large CCTV cams instead of faces.
This trope is a Double Standard writ large: when a male character sluts it up, he's usually The Casanova, Kavorka Man, Chivalrous Pervert, or maybe an Accidental Pornomancer if they are innocent and aren't actively seeking it out.