If you live until 2045, you may never have to fear death | Technology News Blog – Yahoo! News

If you live until 2045, you may never have to fear death | Technology News Blog – Yahoo! News.

Nader Nazemi, Immortality, Russia, 2045 Initiative, Nader Nazemi

The 2045 Initiative Immortality is just around the corner

I would support this project if I had the money. It is a great project and imagine how one can continue living while accumulating eons of experience and knowledge and being able to work on projects that take years to complete and what treasure trove of knowledge one can accumulate by living for ever immortal.

Immortality is something all of us have thought of, but nobody really takes seriously. A 31-year-old Russian man named Dmitry Itskov wants you to seriously consider the possibility of living forever, and perhaps even plan on being able to do so by 2045. His plan, called simply “The 2045 Initiative,” will sound familiar if you’ve seen the James Camera blockbuster “Avatar” — and he just needs a few billion dollars to make it a reality.

Itskov’s project has several phases, with each step bringing mankind closer to the ultimate goal living forever. The first step in the project is to create robotic humans that can be controlled remotely. He plans on crossing this hurdle by 2020 at the latest. Then, by 2025, a human brain will be transferred into a robotic skeleton to continue life after death. By 2035, the avatar’s brain will be constructed separately, and your own personality will simply be “transferred” into it when you are ready to end your human existence. And finally, by the year 2045, humans will be able to walk around in holographic avatars for eternity, never fearing death.

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