Live Forever through the Immortality of AI

Somnium Space’s Artur Sychov is developing a project called “Live Forever” which would allow people to store the way they talk, move, and sound after they die and come back as an online avatar to speak with their relatives. Due to recent advancements in artificial intelligence, Sychov expects the project could be available within a couple of years instead of the initial five years he predicted last April.

What if I told you immortality was possible? For centuries, the idea of an eternity of life has captivated our imagination. Immortality is no longer a distant dream — it’s on the doorstep. World-renowned scientists are actively exploring ways to create immortality through AI.

Humans have been searching for the key to immortality since ancient times. From stories about gods and goddesses living forever to legends of powerful magicians granting people eternal life. The psychological roots of our desire for immortality are multi-faceted and complex. One of the most prominent motivations is fear of death. People often feel an innate dread at the thought of their own mortality, leading them to seek out ways to extend their lives or transcend death altogether. Many individuals attempt to find meaning and purpose within their lives by creating something tangible that will outlast themselves – through creative works, scientific discoveries or social legacies. 

Some people view eternity as a way to escape from suffering and pain found in everyday life on Earth; an eternal existence could provide relief from physical ailments such as ageing or illness and allow us to experience endless joys instead of sorrows associated with mortality.

Religious teachings have long described the afterlife. Ancient religious texts such as the Bible, Koran and Upanishads contain numerous references to eternal life or heavenly realms beyond our physical world. In Christianity, Jesus conquered death through his resurrection – thus providing believers with their salvation. Buddhism similarly holds that individuals can achieve nirvana by following specific spiritual practices; this state of perfect bliss is seen as an ultimate form of liberation from suffering in the cycle of life and death.

Ancient philosophical thought has also explored the idea of immortality throughout history. Epicurus, for example, believed that achieving true happiness was only possible if one could understand death by removing fear and worry associated with it; he argued that this would free us up to live more fulfilling lives unconstrained by anxiety over our mortality. Plato’s theory on Forms further proposed a higher realm where perfect forms existed which would never decay or be destroyed – suggesting that there may be something beyond physical reality which grants immortal existence.

The development of artificial intelligence has been one of the most significant advancements in technology when it comes to discussing immortality. AI is designed to replicate human-level intelligence and can be used to create autonomous machines that are capable of making decisions without direct human input. This technology could potentially be used in the future as a way for people “upload” their consciousness into an immortal robotic form, allowing them to live on beyond their physical death. We could soon be interacting on our favourite Metaverse platform with virtual zombies.

The pursuit of technological immortality is the ultimate narcissistic atheist dream. We are on the brink of true transformation into robots. And why – to prolong existence in a dystopian illusion? For those that have found a path to God, there is no fear of death or need to pursue immortality. And through repentance in Jesus, you can make peace with God and seek forgiveness and escape from this reality.

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