"By using artificial intelligence to, for the first time, understand the mechanics of blowjobs, we discovered and replicated techniques that make using our machine feel less robotic and more human," Sloan told the Sun. The computer studied 108 hours of porn videos for six days, applying an algorithm to determine the 16 most-used mouth locations.
Accordingly, the device has 10 settings for different speeds and styles, including with short pauses to make it maximally realistic.
The device, which requires a plug-socket connection, features an entry point modeled like a female mouth, behind which is a fleshy sleeve into which you insert your member. A microcontroller and infrared and magnetic sensors then manipulate 250 points along a "5-inch-long stroking plane," Sloan told the Sun, to recreate your desired fellative experience.
The AI can learn your favorite settings, too, Sloan notes.
Once the business is done, the sleeve can be removed and cleaned for future use.
The project was crowdfunded in Indiegogo and has collected $210,694 at the time of publication. When the Sun published its interview with Sloan earlier on Friday, the fund had only collected $37,680, roughly $12,000 short of its goal of $50,000.
When the device goes on sale in May 2019, the retail price for an Autoblow AI will be $249, but financial backers of its development can get one for half price.