The war for humanity is in full swing. The agendas for takeover are covertly transforming this planet; life on Earth is on the cusp of a catastrophic breakthrough. A technological breakthrough in Artificial Intelligence could change mankind forever. The following video shows, just how close Earth is.
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The latest development in the world of technology is literally “ending” death. Humai technologies, working with cryogenics technologies will bring people back from the dead. Not literally however, according to the founder of Humai, he plans to place the brain of the deceased into a bionic body.
A US entrepreneur says he is going to resurrect the dead and achieve everlasting life using artificial intelligence, nanotechnology and cloning. Josh Bocanegra, founder and CEO of Humai, said he wants to resurrect the first human by 2045. The only problem – it doesn’t seem to be a real company.
IBTimes UK contacted Bocanegra for clarification about Humai and he said it is indeed genuine. “Humai has been a project I’ve been working on years before LoveRoom [a website he launched in 2013]. It’s what I’ve always been passionate about but wasn’t ready to make our mission public until now. If some believe what we’re doing is fake, that’s not my business. We’re dedicated to this project, we’re doing our best and we’re taking one step at a time.”
So why the doubt? There are a number of red flags, but before looking into this, here are the basics of what Bocanegra is proposing:
Details on exactly how everlasting life would be achieved are scant, but essentially rely on technology and science that does not yet exist. “Humai is an AI company with a mission to reinvent the afterlife,” its mission statement states. “We want to bring you back to life after you die. We’re using artificial intelligence and nanotechnology to store data of conversational styles, behavioural 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. Using cloning technology, we will restore the brain as it matures.”
Confused? In an interview with Popular Science, Bocanegra sort of elaborated, saying they will collect the data they need on members for years before they die via “various apps we’re developing”. They will then freeze the person’s brain using cryogenics (the only part of the plan that is really feasible).
Bocanegra said that after the brain is frozen – and the technology is “fully developed” – they will implant it into an artificial body that will be controlled by thoughts. Nanotechnology will then be used to repair and improve cells in the ageing brain. “Cloning technology is going to help with this too,” he added.
Hannah Osborne. “Humai wants to resurrect the dead with AI, cloning and nanotechnology – but is it real?” Yahoo. . (2016): . . http://news.yahoo.com/humai-wants-resurrect-dead-ai-161710128.html