Dr. Ken Hayworth: Will You Upload Your Mind? (Part 2)




One of the greatest forever unresolved philosophical questions: What is reality? will get a whole lot more complex if Ken Hayworth’s interpretation of the logical conclusion to his work is attained. Hayworth’s work: brain mapping. The proposed logical conclusion: mind uploading.

Mind uploading is the process of transferring the contents of an individual’s biological mind, including: memories, consciousness and personality traits…to another substrate, such as a computer.

There are countless ways human brain mapping will help humanity, notably for understanding and combating neurological disorders. But Hayworth’s ultimate goal of mind uploading pushes the research into the realm of a post-human possibility, a place few scientists have opened their own minds to.

Several large scale scientific endeavors to better understand the brain are underway; their success or failure could set the tone for the future mainstream acceptance or rejection of Hayworth’s roadmap to mind uploading. His ‘logical conclusion’ is still the stuff of science fiction – for now.
Read more: transhumanity.net
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