Your brain is the orchestra that plays the symphony of your mental experience and your awareness, and that experience is your window on existence and on the universe. Our aim is to preserve, restore, and even improve your mental experience beyond the limits of biology. With dedication, scientific advances within our lifetimes may allow us to record the unique arrangement and responses of neurons and synapses that encode your memories, their active behavior, and ultimately to restore all of that in a neural prosthesis that seamlessly repairs a brain function, or a complete artificial brain. Some of this is still reminiscent of science fiction, but each challenge is well on its way to being a tractable technology problem supported by scientific evidence and understanding.




Challenges for Brain Emulation: Why is Building a Brain so Difficult?

Toward tractable AGI: Challenges for System Identification in Neural Circuitry

Join us on June 1st for our online workshop and kick-off event to review and renew the 2008 Whole Brain Emulation Roadmap produced by @FHIOxford by RSVPing at

The Carboncopies Podcast is now on Apple Podcasts! Listen to episode 8, an interview with Dr. Keith Wiley, now! #WholeBrainEmulation #MindUploading

We have posted a new set of short videos on the Brain Preservation Foundation’s mission and vision.

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