Humai Wants to Put Your Brain in an Artificial Body

Can a robot have a conscious mind? It’s a question that’s plagued artificial intelligence enthusiasts and developers for years – in some cases decades. Just ask Isaac Asimov. Can we implant a human consciousness into an artificial body, thus effectively creating a human-based artificial intelligence? Creepy doesn’t begin to explain the nature of this question, but Australian startup Humai (Human Resurrection Through Artificial Intelligence) thinks it can be done. According to an article in TechSpot, the company “claims to be working on a way to transfer a person’s consciousness into an artificial body after they’ve died”. They go on to quote Humai CEO Josh Bocanegra as saying: “We want to bring you back to life after you die. We’re using artificial intelligence and nanotechnology to store data of conversational styles,…

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