Resurrecting a human being within the next 30 years may sound like a load of nonsense to several people around the world – but certainly not to Humai, a startup that is dedicated to preserving the human experience well beyond the death of the physical body.
Humai wants to make death optional for people, and detailed information on its website explains the process the team of five is using to achieve this feat:
“We're using artificial intelligence and nanotechnology to store data of conversational styles, behavioral patterns, thought processes and information about how your body functions from the inside-out. This data will be coded into multiple sensor technologies, which will be built into an artificial body with the brain of a deceased human,” their website clarifies.
The company is assured it can achieve the feat of resurrecting people via their stored consciousness because of the increasing rise of biomedical implants, robotic limbs controlled by brain waves, and other advanced medical procedures. The firm is resolved to harvest and then upload human consciousness to computers which will be made to perform like the deceased individual.
According to the ambitious nanotechnology firm Humai, they are currently developing an app which will be used to collect and store the experiences and consciousness of people long before their death, after which the brain of the subject will be frozen using cryonics technology. After this, the brain will then be implanted into an artificial body operated by thoughts extracted from the brain via waves. Nanotechnology and cloning procedures will be deployed to repair and improve the functionality of any brain cells when they start to age and die.
The company is relying on bionics, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology to get the job done; and they are very determined to preserve human experiences past the death of the physical body.
The CEO and founder of Humai, Josh Bocanegra, noted that the firm is currently looking for people who’d sign up for the program and have their consciousness preserved past their deaths. And they hope bring back the first human from the death, through consciousness planted into an artificial body, in the next 30 years.
“There are 5 of us in total. We have one person working on A.I. We have 2 researchers. One who is focused on bionics and sensors. The other is focused on A.I. and nanotech,” Bocanegra said. “And finally, we have an ambassador who is forming a team of educators to help educate the public about Humais' mission and the technology being used. We're setting up meetings now and over the coming months to recruit team members.”