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Immortality For Humans By 2045
Posted 02 August 2012 - 04:54 AM
A person from Russia, Dmitry Itskov, who is 31 years of age, has claimed that the dream of immortality may be transformed into reality. His project is titled "The 2045 Initiative", where he would create Avatars that after constant updation can attain freedom from the fear of death. The project however needs financial assistance as it involves the spending of millions of dollars.
The project could be completed in phases, the first phase would involve creating robotic humans controlled remotely.The first phase would be done by 2020, and then the next phase would come where the human brain could be transferred to the robotic body within another five years. By 2035, the third phase would be worked upon where a separate brain for the robotic Avatar would be created and it will be carrying your exact personality. The last phase of the project would take another 10 years and by 2045, the holographic robotic avatars would be living eternal lives on the earth.
Itskov is now busy seeking financial aid for his project and has made promises that the sources of the aid would be given a life which would be far form being mortal and ordinary.
What do you think the situation over the earth would be if it would be normal to see human like robots walking around and how would be the future of the earth like?
Posted 02 August 2012 - 12:30 PM
I think that making a backup copy of myself (a "pirated" copy) will not make me be an immortal, only my copy will be immortal, so this is useless for me. Il will die, and a computer will start a new life. So, absolutely no interest for me, and I'm even sure that my carbon-copy will see no benefit having duplicated my brain, a smarter guy would be more helpful for this purpose. And, of course, a nice boy like me will not be happy being hosted in a giant computer box!
Posted 03 August 2012 - 05:29 AM
I really wonder why you do not want a robotic Avatar preserving your brain and personality, you seem to be pretty contributing on the forums, or is that a sign of humility. Moreover, if you let the concerned people know that you are a nice boy, probably they will come to know that, then they can design an Avatar that would be close to nice. I can appreciate the project and at the same time wonder that if the disastrous brains are also preserved in the same manner, and there won't be death to them, how would the world deal with that.
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