Avatar Immortality For Humans (+VIDEO)

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Avatar Immortality For Humans Russian billionaire Dmitry Itskov is sure that the ending of Avatar is more than real, with our avatar form in essence becoming us, acting from a download of our disembodied consciousness. He offers the idea for humans to achieve immortality by 2045 through advanced technological innovations with the following steps:

  • Year 2020: Humans remotely control robotic avatars through brain-computer interaction.
  • Year 2025: Humans to continue living after their physical bodies are out in ‘autonomous life-support system’ by transplanting the brains into robotic avatars.
  • Year 2035: The human brain and consciousness will be reconstructed as a computer model and relocated to an avatar, enabling humans to live after ‘death.’
  • Year 2045: Immortality exists via a holographic avatar; the human brain and consciousnesses is to be transferred to the artificial form.

Speaking about the reality of the above plan, so far we have written about paralyzed patients being able to control robotic limbs with their thoughts by means of a brain implant. Thus, the present science is actually ahead of his ambitions. However, in future Itskov pictures a world with humans having more powers than ever:

“We believe that before 2045 an artificial body will be created that will not only surpass the existing body in terms of functionality, but will achieve perfection of form and be no less attractive than the human body. People will make independent decisions about the extension of their lives and the possibilities for personal development in a new body after the resources of the biological body have been exhausted. The new human being will receive a huge range of abilities and will be capable of withstanding extreme external conditions easily: high temperatures, pressure, radiation, lack of oxygen, etc. Using a neural-interface, humans will be able to operate several bodies of various forms and sizes remotely”.

Being a successful businessman, Itskov foresees the positive impact of the immortality business strategy on the future society:

“Unfortunately, modern medicine is still the medicine of a hundred percent mortality – the best it can do is to temporarily delay the process of human aging. I urge you to take note of the vital importance of funding scientific development in the field of cybernetic immortality and the artificial body. Such research has the potential to free you, as well as the majority of all people on our planet, from disease, old age and even death. Contributing to cutting-edge innovations in the fields of neuroscience, nanotechnology and android robotics is more than building a brighter future for human civilization, but also a wise and profitable business strategy that will create a new and vibrant industry of immortality – limitless in its importance and scale.
This kind of investment will change every aspect of business as we know it: the pharmaceutical industries, transportation, medicine, energy generation, construction techniques, to cite a few. Currently you invest in business projects that will bring you yet another billion. You also have the ability to finance the extension of your own life up to immortality. Honorable businessmen and businesswomen, members of the Forbes richest list: human life is unique and priceless. It is only when we have to part with life do we realize just how much we have not done, that we have not had enough time to do what we really wanted or to address something we’ve done wrong”.

Does this plan take into consideration both the benefits and the potential consequences? We’ll leave it for you to think it over…
Via: psfk.com
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