How Anti-Trafficking Agencies Fight Sexual Exploitation by Catfishing Online Sex Buyers with Robots

There’s no doubt technology is radically changing the world we live in.

In some cases, that’s for the better.

Take the cell phone, for example: the first of its kind was launched by Motorola in 1983. Costing around $4,000, with a 30 minute call battery life, and about the size of a Subway footlong sub sandwich (can you imagine carrying that around?), this device allowed humans to call others on-the-go without the constraints of wires or portable phone holders for the first time in history.

And, a short 24 years later, that footlong sub of a cell phone transformed into

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