Quantum Mechanics and Higher Brain Functions A review of the article by Christof Koch and Klaus Hepp At some point in your life you may find yourself pondering your individual relevance to the world around you. You may start to question whether your disposition was a result of bad decision making, or if fate simply […]
Comics for Curious People xkcd.com has been home to hilarious comics for years and is a hub for all things Randall Monroe. After obtaining a degree in physics, and working on robots for NASA, Randall has made quite a career for himself by writing books to entertain the scientifically inclined. He has published a few […]
The Neural Archives Foundation A Recognition to a Fellow Organization For those who’s interests have been captured by the exiting possibilities that the future of whole brain emulation has to offer, it may be no surprise that other organizations with related objectives have sprung to life in various places of the world. One such organization […]
The Preconscious Smart Home Keith Wiley Initiated 190601 “Computer, open a new email.” “To whom?” “My sister, with the subject line, ‘Plans for the weekend’.” “What should the email say?” “We’ll be heading to the Shakespeare festival on Saturday. Want to join us? We’ll probably also grab dinner afterwards.” “The email has been sent.” The […]
An Introduction to Neuroprosthesis and BCIs by Rowan Whitney We have all heard about Sci-Fi flicks where people get chips implanted into their brains to augment their capabilities, which may seem far off by today’s standards. This trope of science fiction, however, is already presenting itself as a reality. These “brain chips”, or in more […]
Future Science Project An Interview with Randal Koene The above video was created by Mika Mautner, a student and researcher for Carboncopies. It features an interview with Randal Koene who describes the current state of neuroscience as it relates to Whole Brain Emulation or mind uploading.
The Carboncopies Foundation Neuromorphic Hardware Designs: A Quick Survey Abolfazl Alipour Historical Backgrounds The brain is a fascinating mystery, 3 pounds of organic material that can generate consciousness, think about the origins of the cosmos, and even think about its own thinking. Making machines that can work and behave like brains is an old […]
FREE to all at https://carboncopies.org/livestream On Sunday, January 28, 2018, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Carboncopies is hosting a public workshop on whole brain emulation and mind uploading. Attendance online or in person is free of charge. The workshop is designed to both introduce whole brain emulation and the Carboncopies organization as well as provide an update […]
Carboncopies attended the Future of Neurotechnology With Kernel: Human Intelligence + Artificial Intelligence open discussion with Bryan Johnson and David Eagleman. A picture at our annual Whole Brain Emulation dinner in San Diego. Randal and Jevon after the Kernel discussion.