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Artificial Wombs general Robowaifu Technician 09/12/2019 (Thu) 03:11:54 No. 157
I think we need to figure out how to fit a womb onto a waifubot. Where's the fun in having sex if you can't procreate?

Repost from a thread on /b/;
>"If you're like me and want to fuck a qt battlebot and get her pregnant, the best place to put an artificial womb is where a normal womb would be on a normal girl. The metal exterior could simply be a bunch of metal plates that unfold to allow space for the womb pod inside. The baby is probably safest inside the battlebot, and if she has good calibration then there shouldn't be problems with her falling and hurting the baby. After giving birth the metal plates could automatically fold back up again, shrinking the womb pod inside so she is combat effective again."

Well /robowaifu/? Feasible?
>related
>>1367
>>1370
>>1371
It's an extraordinarily complex problem actually.
>>1372
well this was the last article I saw
https://www.theverge.com/2017/4/25/15421734/artificial-womb-fetus-biobag-uterus-lamb-sheep-birth-premie-preterm-infant
and here is a new one that seems promising
https://futurism.com/the-byte/grow-babies-artificial-wombs
>>1374
well womb robots is complex yeah, the artificial womb itself not so much. it gets simplified if you hook up the robot waifu with an insect queen components that she keeps tabs on, then size isnt an issue
>>1375
>the artificial womb itself not so much
No, I was speaking of just that. I personally find the idea of carrying a real human baby around inside a robowaifu cute, but fanciful. Much better to have a tabletop model to grow them in.

No, I mean the problems involved in successfully bringing a healthy child into the world by a purely technical approach (ie, no 3DPD need apply) is extraordinarily challenging.

I personally am skeptical it can ever be pulled off tbh.
>>1375
>if you hook up the robot waifu with an insect queen components
kek. very nice. I'm sure our /monster/ friends would be all over that. :^)
>>1376
Well as far as the womb goes an internal one may as well be expanded, not like normal women don't blow up while pregnant except in rare cases, so I can totally see a waifu bot swapping out parts to accommodate the fetus.
This stuff is actually pretty easy to think about if you separate the parts thinking about them individually while keeping in mind the most notable factors which are miniaturization and quantity/quality of moving parts. For instance:
The Womb:
>is everything small enough to fit into her torso?
>if you expand the torso can it contain the fetus then?
>if not are you going to use an umbilical or a fixed mount for the waifus external womb?
>does the waifu still have the components to fug while pregnant
>if the womb is internal is it at a set size or is it designed to expand?
>is the external shell designed to expand
I got lots of this stuff in mind but it takes a while to properly type it out
>>1377
yeah I was thinking of the alien queen and a manga where there was an island full of women that a dude crash lands on and they all fuck him and then they take him to the loli robot curator with an umbilical that fed his semen to machines that would further attempt to impregnate the inhabitants with robot tentacles
>>1376
>the problems involved in successfully bringing a healthy child into the world by a purely technical approach
statistics show that a strong male role models are more critical to a childs development than a mother, single mothers in fact contributing heavily to the criminal population, and a robo waifu would ideally be able to teach your offspring, math for instance which most women seem to be unable to grasp.
>>1378
Actually, I would find it rather endearing for my robowaifu harem to all be waddling around with fat, impregnated bellies tbh, so that's not an issue. :^)

>>1379
topkek. we have a robowaifu fiction bread anon, you should consider contributing to it, you have a good wit, and it's about time it had some new bumps.
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>>1381
yeah I would like a big belly robo waifu my self, and maybe I'll try adding to the writing thread but I'm actually not a very good writer and I'm just sharing some of the knowledge I happen to posses on this subject
>>1380
No, I meant the purely physiological issues anon. Obviously, as the founder of /robowaifu/ I'm highly inclined to think we need a good replacement for today's broken modern women.

Males are superior in many ways, but nurturing isn't one of them. Kids need that, and that's why a man needs a good woman quite apart from the sex and companionship. Hopefully, we'll write software good enough to one day provide that for kids.
>>1382
Ehh, you never know until you try. I think the guys who contribute write their stuff offline and polish it first, then post it here.
>>1383
Ah, well some men are fantastic at nurturing but having someone to share the load would definitely be ideal, I mean I'm imagining a robo waifu would have the know how to make the learning experience fun and engaging like some sort of bipedal speak and spell that could play fanfare when the kid gets an answer right, not to mention just about anything is a step up in the development of children when compared to our current education system based on the prussian/swede model.

>>1384
wouldn't hurt to try.
>>1385
>some men are fantastic at nurturing
I'll take your word on it. Apart from Mr. Rogers unironically I can't think of many.
>Bipedal Speak n' Spell
Haha nice. We have threads on these topics too. Yes, I'm hopeful we'll create some of the best teachers in history via our robowaifus some day.

>wouldn't hurt to try.
give it a shot anon.
>>1386
ah there's a story right there
>the Texas Instruments S&S educational robot comes with your choice of 3 different sized chassis in 6 different skin-like(tm) colors
>>1387
I guarantee this kind of shit will happen once the social stigma towards female companion robots generated by the (((feminists))) turns to dust.
>>1388
Yeah I bet it will, it's like an add out of iRobot and that kind of shit, in fact Sci-Fi in general, is my bread and butter so maybe I have something to write after all.

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