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How Long Before Women Dominate Earth?

AI and Artificial Wombs

By John Charles HarmanPublished 2 months ago 4 min read

Year 2099

Artificial Intelligence and biotechnology revolutionized the way humans reproduced. The invention of artificial wombs paved the way for a new era of reproduction, offering women the ability to conceive and carry a child without the need for a traditional pregnancy.

As AI technology evolved, so did the capabilities of artificial wombs. They provided a safe and controlled environment for the development of embryos, offering women greater flexibility and choice in their reproductive decisions. With the ability to select specific genetic traits and ensure optimal conditions for fetal development, the artificial womb quickly became a popular choice for many women.

Over time, a trend began to emerge as more and more women opted to use artificial wombs to have babies. With the newfound ability to choose the sex of their child, a significant number of women started selecting female embryos. The reasons varied, from a desire to empower more women in society to a belief that a world dominated by women would be more peaceful and nurturing.

As the female population began to outnumber males, a remarkable shift occurred in global dynamics. With women taking on more leadership roles and shaping policies, conflicts and wars started to decline. The nurturing and collaborative nature of women led to a more harmonious society where empathy and understanding prevailed over aggression and conflict. Most nations that were not already democratic were trending that way because of the rise of female leaders.

As the trend continued, and more women chose to have female babies, the population of males dwindled. Men, relegated to the role of sperm donors in this new world order, found themselves in the minority. However, this shift also brought about a surprising development.

With the increased focus on genetic selection and the desire for the best possible traits for their children, only the genetically superior men were chosen as sperm donors. This led to a population of men who were not only in the minority but also possessed exceptional genetic qualities, selected for their intelligence, strength, and other desirable traits.

As the male population declined, the remaining men became highly valued members of society, appreciated for their unique contributions and genetic advantages. They found themselves in positions of influence and power, collaborating with women to create a more advanced and equitable world.

In this new era, gender became less of a defining factor, as both men and women worked together to build a society based on mutual respect and collaboration. The dominance of women did not lead to oppression but rather to a more balanced and harmonious world where the strengths of both genders were celebrated and utilized to their fullest potential. The passage of time had many artificial wombs an acceptable choice to grow babies. International norms and rules were now preventing malfiemcent use.

The story of how AI-enabled women to use artificial wombs to have babies and how this led to a world where females dominated, wars were eliminated, and only the genetically superior men remained, served as a testament to the power of technology to reshape society and foster positive change.

Back from the Future

Today in 2024 artificial wombs or ectogenesis is rare and what various countries report is unclear. China, Russia, and few other non-democratic countries are rumored to be using ectogenesis to breed super soldiers! Scary for sure.

The concept of parenthood and human reproduction is on the brink of a revolution as the advent of artificial womb technology, or ectogenesis, threatens to redefine traditional norms. The technology holds the potential to bring about significant changes in reproductive choices, definitions of legal parenthood, and societal norms.

For all of human history the one fundamental aspect of human reproduction that has remained the same is gestation or growth of foetuses in the womb. The continued development of artificial womb technology could disrupt this long-established norm in drastic and profound ways. Artificial wombs will allow for the cultivation of a foetus outside the human body, eliminating the necessity of the female womb. This breakthrough will definitely revolutionize the way we perceive parenthood, reproduction, and reproductive rights.

Obviously this technology will serve as a means for individuals unable to conceive naturally. It will offer opportunities for individuals who wish to become parents, including single men, same-sex couples, and women unable to bear children for health reasons. By providing a means to grow a fetus outside the human body, it will be a viable alternative to traditional pregnancy. This will expand the horizons for achieving parenthood for a lot people.

Legal, Ethical, and Social Factors

Though benefits of this technology is immense, it raises numerous ethical, legal, and social implications. It will require legislative changes to redefine parenthood. The ethical implications are significant, especially concerning the rights of the unborn child and the potential for misuse.

With every new technology often at first it is seen rare and sometimes weird but over time it becomes more common and acceptable. As this technology challenges long established norms and values, societal acceptance may not come without qualms from both religious institutions and governments. A broad consensus, involving public opinion, medical ethics, and legal frameworks, will likely be required to navigate the challenges associated with introducing this technology into mainstream society. Already artificial wombs are growing animals. Some scientists are excited with the technology as it may help us to revive extinct or near extinct species.

Reproductive Ethics

Artificial womb technology will greatly impact reproductive ethics. The development of this technology and its potential effects on various fertility treatments will be profound. The ethical dimension of this technology lies mainly in its potential misuse. There are also psychological implications for parents.


Artificial womb technology is at the first stage of drastically changing the thinking around human reproduction and parenthood. The significant ethical, legal, and social challenges need to be addressed but the questions and actions by governments always seem to lag the technology. With the advent of AI we are on the brink of a revolutionary change.

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