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.
In California, radical scientists and billionaire backers think the technology to extend life – by uploading minds to exist separately from the body – is only a few years away.
INSTITUTE OF ETHICS AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
This paper demonstrates a chain of reasoning that establishes metaphysical equivalence between these two methods in terms of preserving personal identity.
Read about Dr. Randal Koene recruiting top neuroscientists to help him make humans live forever.
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Machine learning research institute
An interview with the Machine Learning Research Institute and Dr. Randal Koene on Whole Brain Emulation.
FRONTIERS IN SYSTEM NEUROSCIENCE
Enhancing brain function entails controlling neuronal function. There are several methods available for this which led to some relevant experimental data. Read about them here.
FUTURE OF HUMANITY INSTITUTE
Watch Dr. Koene discuss Substrate Independent Minds.
In pursuing a Utopian world of perfect post-humans, we may irrevocably undermine what makes us human in the first place. Our lives are a composite of actions and experiences, and our minds depend on our bodies and the environment – but do they have to?
In this interview, Dr. Randal Koene gives a wonderful overview of the current state and future prospects of R&D regarding substrate-independent minds.
KURZWEIL ACCELERATING INTELLIGENCE
What might brains and minds look like in the future? Read how Carboncopies is offering a networking platform and hub around which experts in the individual fields relevant to ASIM can gather and exchange ideas.
THE FUTURE OF HUMANITY INSTITUTE AND OXFORD UNIVERSITY
Whole brain emulation (WBE), the possible future one‐to‐one modelling of the function of the human brain, is academically interesting and important for several reasons. Read about why in this roadmap WBE roadmap.