With the likes of sex robots, personalised VR porn and teledildonics entering the market, our sex lives could be about to become more hi-tech.
But beyond the souped-up vibrators, what are the repercussions of these apps on our ideas of fidelity and our sense of intimacy? What effect could the advent of sex robotics have on our human relationships?
Sex tech throws up some fundamental questions about what it means to be human. Joining Nathalie Nahai to discuss this week is internet blogger and journalist Girl on the Net, Dr Kathleen Richardson from the Campaign against Sex Robots and Stephanie Alys from hi-tech adult toy company Mystery Vibe.
Listen to the Guardian Sex-Tech podcast here
First Broadcast Thursday 11 February 2016 09.08 GMT