Bin48 was featured on Bloomberg Business during an interview with Martine Rothblatt, inventor of the robot Bina48, about MindClones.
Watch the interview below…
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Companies such as eterni.me, Gordon Bell’s MyLifeBits, and Terasem’s Lifenaut are pursuing this goal.
Computers can judge personality traits far more precisely than ever believed, according to newly published research.
In fact, they might do so better than one’s friends and colleagues. The study, published Jan. 12 and conducted jointly by researchers at Stanford University and the University of Cambridge, compares the ability of computers and people to make accurate judgments about our personalities. People’s judgments were based on their familiarity with the judged individual, while the computer used digital signals – Facebook “likes.”
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LifeNaut was featured in April 2013 issue of Cyronics magazine titled, “Alternatives for Very Long-Term Storage of Personal Information & Materials”. Below is an excerpt and link to full article in PDF format:
An important consideration for many cryonicists and other immortalists is the long-term storage of information and materials such as audio and video recordings, photos, documents and records, to be retrieved at the time of revival or cloning. In the future these simply may be welcome and ejoyable connections to one’s prior life, or they could serve as aids in reconstructing one’s identity and personality. Storage may also include objects such as memorabilia or those with possible future value such as precious metals and jewels, or even tissue and DNA samples. Assuming that revival could take as long as a hundred or hundreds of years to become feasible, it would not be reasonable to expect that one can leave records and material with friends or relatives and expect them to be continually garded, maintained, and passed on through future generations. This article is a brief survey of currently available methods of potentially very long-term storage, including discussion of their respective advantages and disadvantages, and some recommendations by the author…
The Terasem Movement Foundation’s www.LifeNaut.com project is mentioned in the August 2011 edition of the National Geographic magazine (click link to see article/photos).
Max Aquilera-Hellweg created a beautiful two page photo of Nick Mayer, Manager of Cyberbiological Systems, Lifenaut project with Bina48 the worlds most advanced humanoid robot at our location in Vermont. It is another sign that the awareness of robots and avatars and uploading your ‘bemes’ is moving towards the mainstream of our culture conversation.
The Terasem Movement Foundation is launching a nation wide volunteer effort:
LifeNaut Life Saver Volunteer Campaign
Reaching out to both local and national organizations such as the National Alzheimer’s Association and Hospice Association and AARP, the LifeNaut project is offering support and technical assistance to people and volunteer organizations, who would like to learn how to use the suite of web tools at LifeNaut.com to capture and preserve another person’s life information in a digital time capsule.
LifeNaut.com is a free, safe and secure online space that allows anyone to upload videos,audio recording, images and documents that describe a person’s unique experiences,memories, values, attitudes and beliefs. You can even create and interactive avatar. Volunteers who work with people facing memory challenging conditions and end of life issues are being given priority.
To get in involved or learn more about the LifeNaut LifeSaver Volunteer project contact us at Terasem@gmavt.net.
You can check out the website at www.LifeNaut.com.
WWW.Lifenaut.com, is a project of the Terasem Movement Foundation, aimed at offering a form of digital immortality. The Lifenaut project recently launched a fully new version of its award winning website. The new site focuses on helping users create an Artificially Intelligent based Avatar, that with some time and effort may one day be able to pass the Turing Test, where humans cannont tell the difference online whether they are interacting with the real you or your avatar.
Featured in the June issue of New Scientist Magazine www.lifenaut.com and its avatars were described at part of the next step of the internet revolution, the coming of intelligent avatars.