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Think Tank

Exploring the Life of the Mind in the Virtual Afterlife

The idea of uploading your brain to the Internet has been proposed by the likes of Stephen Hawking and Ray Kurzweil. 

According to , the question is not if, but when, and then what:

Imagine a future in which your mind never dies. When your body begins to fail, a machine scans your brain in enough detail to capture its unique wiring. A computer system uses that data to simulate your brain. It won’t need to replicate every last detail. Like the phonograph, it will strip away the irrelevant physical structures, leaving only the essence of the patterns. And then there is a second you, with your memories, your emotions, your way of thinking and making decisions, translated onto computer hardware as easily as we copy a text file these days.

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