Tech News: A Stripclub’ Hires Robot Suit That Turns Bouncers Into...

The world’s largest strip club had the world’s largest bouncer during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas over the weekend.

The Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club had a bouncer in a 15-foot-tall robotic suit standing guard for them, “Mech ‘The BOT’ Johnson.”

In a statement, the club’s managing partner Peter Feinstein said, "It only makes sense that the world’s largest gentlemen’s club would have the world’s largest security guard.” In 2018, the club featured exotic robot dancers during the CES.

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Add "lawyer" to the list of jobs threatened by A.I., because a ROBOT LAWYER is set to argue its first court case next month.  



The website has tools to help people fight parking tickets or get their bank to reverse things like overdraft fees. Now they say they've got an A.I. program that can listen in on court cases and come up with strategies in real-time.



They're using it to help someone fight a speeding ticket next month somewhere in the U.S., but they haven't revealed where . . . because it's probably illegal.



Most courtrooms don't allow electronic devices that connect to the internet. So they picked one that allows for Apple AirPods to be used as hearing aids.



The person fighting the ticket will have AirPods in while the robot lawyer listens in through their cell phone and tells them what to say. The CEO of DoNotPay says the judge will "definitely NOT" know it's going on.



They're also planning to use it in another speeding ticket case soon that's happening over Zoom. 


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