Researchers Working on Technology to Bring Dead Back to Life

Humai, a technology company based in Los Angeles, says that it is working on a project known as “Atom & Eve” that would let human consciousness be transferred to an artificial body after their death.

Artificial intelligence, the most important and major discovery of science will be one of the most helpful things in the whole project. The Humai have already started working on human rebirth using artificial intelligence.

The three technologies collectively used by the tech giant company are “Nanotechnology, bionics & artificial intelligence”. The company is expecting the whole system to be ready in 3 decades and, of course, this type of work requires this much time.

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Artificial intelligence as the name suggests is used to add intelligence to non-living. Humai is using this and nanotechnology to save people’s talking style, their thought process, and behavior. This saved data will then be coded to numerous sensors which in turn will be fed to artificial bodies with the deceased person’s brain.

The founder of Humai, Josh Bocanegra told the Australian Popular Science: “I accept death, I’m not afraid of it that I’m not 100% sure I’m going to die one day.”

So, they said on their Official Facebook page, “Will death always be inevitable? We don’t think so.”

The tech company further says that the cloning technology of science will be able to restore the brain as it matures. Their vision on their website is “Humai is an AI company with a mission to reinvent the afterlife. We want to bring you back to life after you die.”

While talking to Australian Popular Science Bocanegra said that the brain of the dead will be frozen using cryonics technology and when their technology is fully developed and ready, they will embed the frozen bone back but into an artificial body which would be fully capable of living as the deceased used to.

Mind power over the body has always been appreciated by everyone who actually understands the human body. The brain of the deceased will send waves to the body as it used to, in the actual body of the human being. Furthermore, as the artificial body does not grow old but the brain does, nanotechnology will be used to repair and improve the dead brain cells.

The CEO, Bocanegra said, “I don’t think of it as fighting death. I think of it as making death optional. I personally cannot imagine why someone would want to die, but I respect everyone’s wishes.”

The most astonishing fact about Humai is that it consists of only five members. Two of them are researchers, one is the ambassador and an AI expert.

This is not the first time when someone has started talking about bringing back the dead. Earlier, Paranormal Games started working on a game in which the dead might virtually come back and the game will reunite the players with their deceased family members and friends.

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