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Dr Richardson's background is not in robotics or engineering but anthropology, in which subject she holds an MPhil and Ph D from the University of Cambridge.

"I usually give them a task -- to have a conversation while they wash, lice each other, do make-up, so it comes naturally." Sometimes they show-off for the camera: "I caught them often lying to me, telling different stories, but I made a contract to myself, whatever they say is truth, because even if they do come up with funky lies -- it's part of their job to fake it, so why shouldn't they fake it with me?She explained to El Reg that it was in investigating the manufacture of sex-robots that she initially became concerned about the philosophy going into the creation of robo-whores."The relationship that is being imported," by the sex-bot developers is one that has come directly from that between "prostitutes and johns" according to Richardson, who finds it "very disturbing".This is the first chapter in this instalment that takes jaylynn to the hood,a gang of big dick black guys handle her like the tiny little slut that she is.Be on the lookout for more chapters cummings soon...Director Michael Glawogger has a knack for shadowing pimps and hookers through the city's armpits.

If he could stick his camera into a sulphur pit, a mining crevice, a slaughterhouse, or a city-sewer while knee-deep in slime, he'd do it.

Richardson, who heads the Campaign Against Sex Robots, was previously a panellist on a "Killer Robots: Ethics in the age of co-robotics" programme, broadcast on The Current Radio Show in Canada.

The campaign against killer robots - as opposed to robot prostitutes - is, of course, currently led by the level-headed Noel Sharkey.

Richardson is a senior research fellow, focusing on the ethics of robotics, at De Montfort University.

She is not a robot herself, despite the BBC's description of her as "a robot ethicist".

We weren't sneaky to catch anything -- they get angry because they steal customers from each other, and they don't care about others [watching] -- they just want to hit each other," Glawogger recollected. "The mothers are quite brutal, but you don't see it probably to the extent that it is happening.