Sex with robots will be so good, addiction already a concern


Wanting to find something different when it comes to sex is nothing new, but apparently the craze for sex robots could be risky. We've already reported on claims that teenagers could soon be losing their virginity to the mechanical love machines, with scientists also said to be working on robot sex brothel to cut the risk of STIs. But now comes the warning – according to a expert in the field, we'll need to be careful we don't get addicted to artificial intelligence love making. Joel Snell is an American Research Fellow from Kirkwood College, and he's told the Daily Star there's a real risk linked to the robots. There'll be no need to for a bond with the robot, plus it'll never be able to turn you down.

1st probate hearing set for Prince's estate

U.S. News

Attorneys are tackling the complicated job of dividing up Prince's estate. The first hearing is scheduled Monday in probate court in Carver County in suburban Minneapolis. That means under Minnesota law his estate would be divided among his surviving siblings. Prince made hundreds of millions of dollars for record companies, concert venues and others, and he owned about 27 million in property in Minnesota. The "Purple Rain" star was found dead at his home on April 21.

Who Gets Prince's Money? Singer's Family To Appear In Probate Court

International Business Times

Following the death of acclaimed pop sensation Prince April 21, his siblings will head to probate court Monday to continue discussing who will control the deceased singer's sizable estate. His fortune is estimated to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars, and it may include a rumored vault in his recording studio outside of Minneapolis, Minnesota, that is said to contain dozens of unreleased records. The last meeting between his siblings – including Prince's half-brother, Alfred Jackson, and his full-sister Tyka Nelson – ended in a screaming match, according to sources close to the talks, and Prince was reportedly estranged from most of his living siblings. He did not have a will, meaning his fortune will go to his siblings, as he was divorced and had no living children, grandparents or parents at the time of his death. Sheila E., full name Sheila Escovedo, a former band mate and ex-fiancé of the deceased singer, has reportedly made claims to the estate, as well, saying publicly only that she wanted to preserve his legacy.

Prince's sister files to be estate executor, says he didn't leave a will


Prince's younger sister Tyka Nelson filed to become executor of his estate Tuesday, saying in court documents obtained by Mashable that the musical icon did not leave a will -- setting up what could become a complicated tangle to distribute his considerable assets. Filed Tuesday in District Court in Carver County, Minnesota, the documents ask that Bremer Trust, a St. Cloud-based wealth management company that had been handling Prince's riches for years, be named temporary administrator. SEE ALSO: Still no answers about Prince's death, but lawyer calls drug reports'foolish' Tyka Nelson, who is two years younger than the late musician, would then become executor. Her filings list herself, three half brothers and three half sisters (one of whom is deceased) as potential heirs. Tyka Nelson holds a rose outside Paisley Park, the home of her brother Prince in Chanhassen, Minn., on Thursday, April 21, 2016.

Will Angelenos open their wallets to help the homeless?

Los Angeles Times

It is Thursday, Oct. 20. Disney and Dole Food Co. are partnering to get kids to eat their fruits and vegetables. California's proposed rules for self-driving vehicles are getting pushback from vehicle makers and industry groups that fear the regulations could slow development of the technology and conflict with more flexible federal rules. Has homelessness in Los Angeles gotten bad enough that Angelenos will be willing to tax themselves in order to help others? Proposition HHH asks voters to authorize 1.2 billion in borrowing to build housing with on-site clinical services.