Can You Upload Your Mind & Live Forever?

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The desire to be free from the limits of the human experience is as old as our first stories. We exist in an endless universe, only bound by the laws of physics and yet, our consciousness is trapped in mortal machines made of meat. With the breathtaking explosion of innovation and progress, for the first time the concept of leaving our flesh piles behind and uploading our minds into a digital utopia seems possible. Even like the logical next step on our evolutionary ladder.

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Syed Nasiruddin
Syed Nasiruddin Vor Monat
mind is in our soul i think soul is something thats not really accessable for us
ThePikachu Dust
ThePikachu Dust Vor 3 Monate
don’t upload your MRI scans to cyberpunk 2077
Dom Xem
Dom Xem Vor 3 Monate
Only with a brain
MrGoatflakes Vor 8 Monate
@Bocaj the feels
Klvss Vor year
can we just appreciate the fact that something with THIS amount of quality is free
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C28 Music Vor 15 Stunden
@GAME JACK and they get paid based on views because of ads. We pay in the time we waste viewing ads
VulLord666 Vor Tag
@Nimm Except realistically the value they get from that personal data and ad revenue is far more than they would from an simple pay per video model. That’s how google became one of the most valuable companies in existence. Selling your data for far more than you know its worth.
VulLord666 Vor Tag
Tell that to DE-vid/Google whose been consistently increasing the number of ads to push people to pay for their subscription (ad block for the win tho I guess). Its free like Google’s free. Realistically we’re paying more in personal data and ad revenue than we’d ever pay upfront. The worst part is content creations see such a fraction of this and most are constantly screwed over by YT.
Aster Vor Tag
@Mr. XYZ you are not paying with time, you are wasting your time while watching free videos
Mr. XYZ Vor Tag
We are paying with our time. The time that can be used to
Cobbington Vor 8 Monate
11:39 “Adventurers could upload themselves into small spaceships and embark on journeys to the stars” You guys really know how to give me chills, that’s one of the most epic and awesome concepts I’ve ever heard
Matthew Fields
I've thought of this concept since 2006 when I was still young. I never got a reward for it so I assumed it wasn't that good of an idea anyways. If this ever happens to be how humans reach other planets, remember that some kid ( Me.) thought of it first.
Krisp chisp
Krisp chisp Vor 3 Tage
@Lil Jam No it dosen’t go *that* fast you’d reach the go
dsp4 Vor 4 Tage
@Aldorino Kripperino I think you might be thinking of another anime as outside of a few trips to the moon, the entirety of Evangelion happens on Earth. It's the one with the giant robots fighting angels and the daddy issues. There certainly are transhumanist themes, but the series barely touches on mind upload and space exploration.
Ryder Kahler
Ryder Kahler Vor 5 Tage
@Jenn Gauthier a fellow Bob! 👋
Jack Sherman
Jack Sherman Vor 17 Tage
Read the Altered Carbon book series. Some of the best sci Fi novels and the Netflix show is pretty ok too
ΩMEGA Vor 5 Monate
So many people fail to realise just how unfathomably incredible we humans are, and how incredible all life is. It puts all of our worries aside to constantly remind ourselves just how amazing and intelligent our conciousness is.
eat hot chip and lie
eat hot chip and lie Vor 3 Stunden
@Kaazim Sheikh You're right. We shouldn't just compliment ourselves but life as a whole. If we think our brains are impressive, then we should also celebrate a mouse's reflexes. A fish's stamina. An ape ro elephant's strength. We can't just say *we* are amazing biological machines! Everything alive is an amazing biological machine. You're absolutely right we shouldn't put ourselves above other animals, but I think it's fine to be amazed at our biology - as long as it leads to the realization that ALL biology is amazing.
Patrick S
Patrick S Vor 29 Tage
@Kaazim Sheikh but we still have the capacity and ego to decide that we, not other things, are the worst species on planet earth
Kaazim Sheikh
This made me roll my eyes because I don't think humans are that great. We need to stop telling ourselves these lies that we're gods in the animal kingdom. Because we really aren't. We are so horrible that even many of our own think were the worst living thing on this planet.
Death Ahoy
Death Ahoy Vor Monat
Well said
Charles George
Charles George Vor 4 Monate
They don't mention it in this video, but you could have a gradual transfer, where you slowly replace parts of your brain while retaining consciousness. Our neurons are surprisingly good at bonding with electronics, and are very malleable and adaptable. You could slowly replace your motor control, then emotions, then memory, then decision making, all while still retaining control with your original consciousness throughout the process. Some parts would be harder than others, but you could do those parts slower than others. No need to make a entirely digital copy all at once, you can have a continuous line of consciousness continuing all the way until your biological brain is totally replaced. Not to mention, even if we couldn't go all the way, just having augmentable memory or emotions would be a gigantic advantage for the human race.
We need a name for the process, maybe Theseus, like the ship of Theseus.
RoboNator Vor 5 Tage
yes, this. Also the whole "slice and scan your brain" approach egregiously assumes that the "you" within the brain is physically represented, and not a manifestation of continuous signals changing overtime. Sure, you might have a CPU, RAM, Motherboard, GPU, and fancy RGB lighting, but if your computer restarted, and your OS was only on that ram, you have a fancy brick, not a functioning computer. The ONLY way to say, with any modicum of certainty of confidence, that you will even get a functional copy (letalone a transfer of consciousness) is with a gradual transfer like this.
Oh shoot ~brawl stars
@svKona reminds me of the game stray where a human mind is uploaded into a computer and he slowly recovers memories
svKona Vor 8 Tage
its the same as the ship of theseus paradox. if you slowly replace a ship with different parts until every parts has been replaced, is it still the same ship? will your consciousness stay the same? there's a massive question mark here that cant really be answered until we try to go all the way, which will likely be after our own lifespans.
lkkrv00rm3 Vor 15 Tage
Did you just made that up in the shower?
Sahil Dadhwal
Sahil Dadhwal Vor 7 Monate
I really appreciate that how much deep thinking has been put into this video, literally it is giving me goosebumps. I also spend hours over the same idea and was thinking about what would be the meaning of life for humans if we already knew that we are immortal. Hats off u guys.
DouidaFN Vor 17 Tage
Skeletor Jopko
Skeletor Jopko Vor 5 Monate
Sounds like Altered Carbon is right up your alley.
Jessica Guarin
Jessica Guarin Vor 5 Monate
hmmmmm honestly I feel that I would not support living forever, at some point I would take the conscious decision to die. But if, instead of dying, what if we decide to simulate death? from my point of view I guess that an eternal life is more bearable being reborn every time I lose the will to live, it would be like a renovation. On the other hand, I think that if there were an intelligent being who lived forever and had acquired the maximum possible knowledge of the universe, I guess at the end he would simply be a passive observer, admiring the universe and admiring himself. Also by possessing all the knowledge, he may be able to control time to observe his own birth and development. Or even perhaps he would drive the creation of new life at some point only to stand by and watch as his creation evolves. (if god exists, maybe this is how it is)
CoxTH Vor year
"The brain is the most complicated organic structure known." That's what a brain would say.
Grimo Luden
Grimo Luden Vor Monat
Gabriel C
Gabriel C Vor 11 Monate
""The Brain is the most complicated organic structure known" That's what a brain would say." That's what a brain would say.
Jude tube
Jude tube Vor 11 Monate
Hah i wanted to but didnt aaaaahhhhh crap
Radrook2 Vor year
Lucky for all those happy mindless, accidents that created it- Right?
JHWH Vor year
I now the most likeley theory concerning death. Contact me if you want to take the red pill.
Grace Vor 7 Monate
Reminds me of "That Hideous Strength," by CS Lewis, the final book in his Space Trilogy. I think if CS Lewis had lived in the digital age rather than the vivisection age, his vision for the ultimate manifestation of evil would have been like what is described in this video.
Iharosi Péter
Iharosi Péter Vor Monat
Thanks for reminding me that I should read some from Lewis.
Yes. Agreed!
Napo Vor 4 Monate
This sounds like both a heavenly experience and hellish. On one hand, a cruel dictatorship could force anyone who opposes them to an infinite amount of virtual torture. They could make your digital mind feel endless pain. I'm sure after a few hundred years of that, your mind would be mush. However, it gets even better! they can simply reset you by re-uploading another fresh copy of your mind and then repeating the torture all over, so you'll be experiencing it again for the first time, forever! Nightmarish doesn't even begin to describe the horrors that this implies.
Grace Schmitt
Grace Schmitt Vor 2 Monate
sounds like the definition of hell
Michael Ibidapo
Michael Ibidapo Vor 8 Monate
If you guys decided to come up with courses that taught different things in the same way you teach us stuff on this channel, I would definitely pay for that. Something like a "Here's what we know about the brain so far" and it was a 10 month long curriculum.
Google me Darnit
Google me Darnit Vor 8 Monate
4:47 I have a degree in Artificial Neural Networks. It’s the breakthrough that allows robots to walk. That said, it’s more on the level of the spinal cord when it comes to functionality. As for scanning the whole brain, large sections might be unnecessary as they process vision and hearing. Likewise, gut bacteria appears to cause cravings. It probably could be left out in a scan. 10:41: You and you digital copy exist, along with needing a virtual world to exist in. -- The sci series, Adrift on a Sea of Stars explores this idea in detail, along with a legal system to manage the situation.
wonderstruck Vor 10 Tage
The gut-brain axis is hugely important. Gut bacteria has access to the gut, and the gut has direct 2-way access to the brain via the vagus nerve. The axis has been linked to mental health disorders like depression and anxiety, and neurodivergences like autism. So it’s probably important to include in there. Also, neural nets don’t have much relevance for this topic. Neural nets are a very crude approximation of a computer scientist’s idea of how the brain works (there’s a bunch of cells that work together). There’s nothing neurological about them.
Suhel Mullick
Suhel Mullick Vor 5 Monate
@Jeremy Blair how do you copy latent memories?
Jeremy Blair
Jeremy Blair Vor 5 Monate
Right, all those petabytes they showed, most of it is filler for movement and bodily functions. Personally, I would say our consciousness is our memories of life experiences and genetics. Newborn to pre-adolescence only shows temperament and copying personalities of other people they watch. Adolescence and up is when TRUE personalities emerge. So for copying a person's mind, you would just need to copy their temperament, memories/ experiences both active and latent, skills, and whatever changes made during their growth phases. With enough studies, a baseline could be determined to rule out things that aren't needed for transfer. All that's needed is the awareness and emotional response of being "transferred". Of course, the "new brain"/ robot would need to have been developed enough to use the muscles accurately. Or send em into a child and redo all that again, but be a young genius.
Kinjal Gautam
Kinjal Gautam Vor 6 Monate
but what if we already are in a stimulation... well maybe a few million years ago our ancestors or maybe us ourselves thought of this and maybe the technology was different so according to that technology they copied their original environ ment and transfered their counsiousness towards a new body and due to some reasons forgot abt it and kept repeating. well thinking about it there has always been the thought of "past life" in our religion and everything is a inspiration from what has already existed since humans cant think outside box so this idea may have been used before. maybe the new birth are maybe new people transfering counsiousness towards this world. or maybe the dead's counsiousness being established.. the history has many mystery and i think this can somewhat explain it... idk
PhantomSavage Vor year
The question is... if you upload a copy of your brain to a computer... is that you? Or a copy of you with your memories? If the computer lives on and you don't, won't that computer be experiencing new memories while you are simply gone? I would argue a better, and arguably more technologically feasible way of living on in your mind without copying and killing yourself is to transplant the actual brain itself into a construct compatible with a digital interface. You can't argue it's not you if it's your actual brain, not a digital copy.
Fizz Bish
Fizz Bish Vor 26 Tage
@Lord Sionnach right, but that's not immortality, that's just essentially having digital children. If you care about you, specifically living longer, then this isn't the way to go.
Christopher Guilday
This is exactly what I thought as well.
Razvan Marian
Razvan Marian Vor 4 Monate
for how long an artificial environment would keep your brain in optimal conditions? I have a feeling that no matter how accurate that environment will be for your brain, it is still a biological organ which will degrade quite a short period of time. maybe it will last, 10,50 years more but eventually it will "spoil" :D so I believe between this 2 possibilities, the one where we could have a perfect scan of our brain and digitalize it, would be something that we want to attain (for whatever reasons we would want that).
Kevin Diaz
Kevin Diaz Vor 5 Monate
Revelation 9:6, KJV: And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it; and shall desire to die, and death shall flee from them.
NameyNameName Vor 5 Monate
its not the question cause the answer is a very simple no
Caffa Krrem
Caffa Krrem Vor 5 Monate
The mind-body connection shapes the human experience so much that an uploaded mind would need a body , too.
ice cream
ice cream Vor 5 Monate
The human mind is the ultimate machine learning algorithm, so uploading it to a system would supposedly increase human's knowledge exponentially on many many sectors
A. J.
A. J. Vor 8 Monate
The only problem I have with uploading the mind is that, we're trading a flesh prison with a metal/cyber prison. And in the current state of things, meat provides more stimuli than metal/digital.
MWB Gaming
MWB Gaming Vor 29 Tage
Imagine being uploaded to a computer, then playing a game like elite dangerous That's a universe I could live in
F1shySpace Vor year
“The brain is the most complex organism and it deserves it’s own video” -*The Brain*
ATK07 Vor 2 Monate
Damn, the brain things that he‘s the most complex Organism. Kind of Sus
Arcueid Brunestud
Arcueid Brunestud Vor 2 Monate
Narcissism at its finest.
I I Vor 3 Monate
Zaheer Gawandi
Zaheer Gawandi Vor 3 Monate
- Electric Jelly
Rean Schwarzer
Rean Schwarzer Vor 7 Monate
I love how they never actually told anyone to buy the game and even said, "we haven't played it yet. We're hoping it's up to par with other games of theirs." Given how the game turned out, Kurzgesacht did well to hedge their bets.
Perodactyl Vor 7 Monate
I think this will start as a capsule that can emulate every sense of the body, up to but not limited to, up direction, smell, sight, and feel. Once under control of enough senses, an external system could also be connected to the actions of the brain, if it knew where to find the "dispatch" zone(s). In this way, it could externally create a fully immersive VR, kind of like what James Cameron's "Avatar" movie did.
DragonDude's ArtLair
I honestly think that with the correct technology, we could live in the metaverse as an afterlife. I know this sounds crazy, but it's a universally agreed upon goal that we don't want to die: huge groups of humans could dedicate themselves to this goal.
Cifina Vor Monat
I feel like this video is less about uploading our minds, but explaining how amazing the mind really is.
Mr Think
Mr Think Vor year
Everyone gansta until the internet disconnects
Asli Minecraft player
Lifi or ups for wifi can be a solution
Shard Vor 2 Tage
Clan leader Predator
Respect this crippin
Leo Riedel
Leo Riedel Vor Monat
Angel Kovachev
Angel Kovachev Vor 3 Monate
not really mostly probably we will have a large amount of data capacity that is saved in to our future memory a.k.a. hard drives and we actually are able to create a hard drive that can contain milions of terabytes of data and then we just need to go everyday and to upload ourself so our future mind can upgrade the memories so we can even be able to skip days if we want without uploading and mostly the information is gonna be inside you not on the cloud cus if it's on the cloud you can literallly wake up in your other copy and wonder what happend to your other copy while the internet was stopped i don't think it will be that hard for them to create 5G internet all around the globe easily
MacMalo Vor 5 Monate
Interesting fact: You could cut off a part of you brain without losing memories or basic capabilities. You brain is so stupidly developed that if it losts a chunk, it simply entrusts the information from the lost piece to another part of the brain. A mind upload its so controversial that I'm not even talking about it at all. By now, enjoy your lifetime and the amazing cutting edge tech-meat brain you got ;)
MacMalo Vor 19 Tage
This is getting interesting, so yeah, I've talked with a friend, Dimitrios Michmizos, who is a neuroscientist at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and I'm sure he knows about this stuff, and oh, what he has said... ? (Summarized so as not to send you the bible in a message) -Imagine that a neuron X (let's call it One) is selected as the start of a chain of information. Neuron "One" is activated under certain circumstances, activating the rest of the neuronal chain after it. Let's say that now, the rest or most of the chain is unusable, either because it is underutilized or because of damage to the brain. Neuron "One" is still the beginning of that chain of information, even if the rest is damaged or missing. If neuron "One" fires through some additional input, it can reactivate the rest of the chain even if the original pattern that normally excites subsequent links is not present. In this way, a remembered pattern is reactivated, an example of when you forget a song, but by listening to a few notes you are able to remember the rest. Another way that the "One" neuron can fire is by presenting an incomplete pattern. (If the rest of the neural chain is damaged or missing) Neuron "one" can enable a process called "pattern completion": it can help fill in missing details. (If you see a cat's face, you can remember the rest, at least vaguely) This facilitates the repair of memories and information that is affected by brain contusions, assigning to other nearby neurons the function of the previous ones not present, repairing totally or partially the damage to the chain. THIS DOES NOT MEAN that the brain can repair everything. A healthy brain without serious disease can repair relatively medium-sized strings of information. And that does not sound strange to you, because it does it every day, but other diseases slow down or inhibit the ability to do this, such as Alzheimer's disease. He explains the process in more detail in his article, and talks about how rehabilitating this function in diseased brains could be the remedy against neuronal diseases. That's all
Jason Lee
Jason Lee Vor 20 Tage
OP you're talking rubbish about something you don't understand. Dunning-Kruger effect in full display.
MacMalo Vor 21 Tag
@Mister T I've never said it's just like losing a paper from a book and simply having another exact copy to put back on site, but how losing a copy of info and using another copy of it, with the errors of copying it. I know the life, and more the human brain, isn't like Legos, but also isn't like a perfectly distributed map with extremely concrete parts doing extremely concrete things. If human brain is able to re-learn stuff that supposedly had lost in a piece of it which isn't anymore, it's cause it can take another chunk of itself and use it for the same purpose. I've studied it (more or less) and the brain as we know, retains information by chaining sequences of actions in nearby neurons, like videogame combos. Also it depends of the brain and the information lost: A sick brain as you said will have lots of problems to relearn complex actions as cycling or playing an instrument, I'm sure they'll and I totally agree in that with ya, but if we take a regular healthy brain, and make it lost the info of, as example, moving a finger, it will be moving it like always by the next few days. Also, all neurons serve for the same in retaining information since they die everyday, and I'm sure some of those few that die, are in some information-chain, so if there wasn't any kind of 'copy-pasting' mechanism, you'd be losing information constantly and the brain would be an useless energy consuming blob. I hope it's enough speech to clear my point here. Thanks for the appointment anyway
Mister T
Mister T Vor 21 Tag
@MacMalo I'm afraid you have a fundamental misunderstanding pertaining to how the human brain works. People who suffer traumatic brain injury or diseases like Alzheimer's and damage their hippocampus(that's where memories are stored), will suffer from memory loss. There are just many other parts of the brain that don't deal with memory function that can be removed without affecting memories and most normal function. Extent of normal function would depend on what part of the brain is damaged/removed. The brain is also very adaptable and can re-learn functions that are lost but it takes time and rehabilitation.
MacMalo Vor 25 Tage
@flarn2006 It's because the information is stored in all the braincells and at the same time, in any of them. It still is too complex for us
Gumarks Vor 8 Monate
I've been thinking about this concept for ages!!! A really advanced civilisation (this kind of stuff has been thought of for type 2/3 civilisations on the Kardashev scale) living forever on a simulation of their mind, on a never-ending digital world. Imagine being able to "build" any landscape you want with your imagination, travel to simulations of the past, play with space-time as you please, pretty much do all of the wild things any of us has thought of at any point of our lives!! I LOVE this concept, and I really hope it is a thing in the future. And hey, imagine being able to recover the conciousness/DNA of any people that is not alive at the time this technology is finally developed, you could bring people that lived thousands/millions of years ago! (idk how much it would take for us to make this a thing lmao). So, we, living on this time, comparatively WAY less advanced than that time, could be able to experience this thing too!! Yeah, I know, maybe I'm going too far lmao, but hey, never say never! GREAT video, with the amazing quality and care you always put into your videos. It's unbelievable that we can access this level of quality for free. I can't thank you enough for this amazing project you've built and keeps improving and growing non-stop!!!
Aditya Gunjal
Aditya Gunjal Vor Monat
Yes sir this subject fascinates me too
Marit B
Marit B Vor 29 Tage
If you found the last part of this video really interesting (not the ad haha) I'd recommend watching 'The Good Place', especially the last 2 episodes of season 4. it's very interesting, and really explains certain possibilities and consequences to immortality.
Jarno Dijkstra
Jarno Dijkstra Vor 7 Monate
The animator(s) that did scene 1:32 deserve extra credit. such complex human behaviour captured perfectly in the iconic flat Kurzgesagt design language is lovely. just lovely.
CrazyFoxMovies - Minecraft
That's how advertisement should always be. Such a brilliant video!
Daniel Katona
Daniel Katona Vor year
Except this video doesn't want to make me buy the game, because it's a piece of junk. This video is on a completely different level than the game. It's just a joke they even want to be related to it.
Wealthify ✅
Wealthify ✅ Vor year
Hi here
WakeUp WakeUp
WakeUp WakeUp Vor year
@CrazyFox - Minecraft It's actually an advertisement for something far more sinister. Read about Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum, "The Great Reset", Transhumanism, The Fourth Industrial Revolution. That's what all this cv19 bs is about; Control, surveillance, globalization, brainwashing the future citizens/children, depopulation through the baseless changes they're making etc.
King King
King King Vor 7 Monate
I love to see the story of Dr. Wudi. He observed timelapse of all Universes. He holds a very different view. He has an unusual Theory of Everything. Dr. Wudi has been observing in silence since 2017. If you make a video about him, I think it would be a truly fascinating story.
TyspoMehdi xyz
TyspoMehdi xyz Vor 8 Monate
Wow that's pretty interesting mind blowing info that I'm learning thru each video, started from space and stars to Earth's biology and marine life in the deep sea to human behavior and experiences!
Mahadev Parsekar
Mahadev Parsekar Vor 6 Monate
Just a thought for an old video... What if we are loving in a simulation, and there are constraints(validation) put on us by our dimension creators to not create/upload our consciousness in any form?
Gatlina Vor 7 Monate
So, when I first started watching Kurzgesagt I decided to start from the bottom and go up, and it's SO INSANE to see their evolution over time since the first video, specially the animation quality Like seriously look at this it's like candy for the eyes
Jashanjot Singh
"the brain is most complex biological structure" - the human brain
The crane
The crane Vor 2 Monate
"I've never eaten a clock before" - the human brain
Earth Vor year
"reading all this stuff my brain feels like a separated individual whos possesing my body and now im feeling very weird" -The Brain
JHWH Vor year
I now the most likeley theory concerning death. Contact me if you want to take the red pill.
Techstuff Vor year
@Jos Berg The brain *is* the spaghetti monster.
Elemental Core
Elemental Core Vor 4 Tage
In a digital world, what functions of the brain would be deemed "unnecessary?"
Inkoknyto Vor 3 Monate
This idea was also very brilliantly shown in Ghost in the Shell (Stand alone complex) - with many aspects like ethics, sociology, science and philosophy. We also must not forget that our personality not only comes from the brain alone but also from gastric and colon ("The 2nd brain") and health-issues, hormones and impact by our environment and experiences. A mind-ipload would really just be a digital simulation, a little cutout from our whole beeing out of the brain.
Anubhav Vor 28 Tage
I think that best option will be just upload the memories and thought processes and convert ourselves into Human type of AI.
MadScienceBro Vor 5 Monate
I think we'll find out if we take the ship of Theseus approach. Make an artificial neuron. Slowly replace neurons. We'll either find out how much we can replace or at what point a transfer of consciousness takes place.
Drepple Vor year
"Humans have historically been horrible at predicting the pace of progress." - a video related to cyberpunk
phobos Vor 5 Monate
@Speculative Sapient you actually typed out the name?
Abel O
Abel O Vor year
Revelation 9:6 And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it; and shall desire to die, and death shall flee from them.
Drepple Vor year
Just to clarify: yeah I was just joking about how cyberpunk kept being delayed, so clearly they couldn't assess how much time the project would take.
SomeHaloNerd 117
In 1900 thee greatest geniuses in the world got together brainstorm all the problems they would face in the future, they decided that storing all the horses would be the biggest problem, next year ford came out with his motor car xD
FlintTD Vor year
Cyberpunk 2077 is not really a prediction of the future, since the Cyberpunk game series isn't really a prediction of the future either. That's not the goal of either game.
gueswho1968 Vor 5 Monate
I'd want a contentiously updating copy of my consciousness that can be uploaded to a new clone of my body, that had been genetically modified, as necessary or desired.
Chase B
Chase B Vor 7 Monate
I think the best/only good way to do it (at least that is currently imaginable) is to use nanobots to insert artificial neurons into your brain and replace biological ones slowly, one at a time. This will retain continuity of self, if such a thing truly exists.
Reborned Vor 6 Monate
I work precisely in this field what is presented at 5:19. Even my institute is in the source of your source. Never notice that my work could be that cool. Trust my, creating a digital model of the brain by recreating all the neurons and their axons, dendrites, synapses and co, is a lot of monotony work.
Evi Hofkens
Evi Hofkens Vor 8 Monate
If nature can do it (and in a small form factor nonetheless), then we can also do it. If not, you have to respect nature even more than we do today.
Antank Vor year
its insane to me that these people were already good at animating and they just keep getting better wow
Niko Vor 20 Tage
people like these deserve to live forever for the betterment of the world.
Antank Vor year
@Mohammad Reza thats the point. their team is not as big as pixar's team and this is 2d animation not cgi (which is relatively easier than this type of animation)
D.J.L Hayes
D.J.L Hayes Vor year
@Antank Well guess we'll have to now don't we (:
dra6000 Vor year
Imagine what they could do if they had an eternity.
Mohammad Reza
Mohammad Reza Vor year
People act that they've never seen CGI or a Pixar film
CentreMetre Vor 8 Monate
If my mind did get uploaded digitally, i would love to play video games with them. Seing how they (I) act in a 1v1, or what stratregies we (I) can make up in coop games.
Uremawife Nowdave
Uremawife Nowdave Vor 8 Monate
All I’ll say is Iain M Banks Culture novels. If you haven’t read him, read him. Space Opera at its very best. His idea of the Minds and immortality through mind download is both critical and uplifting. Well worth a few afternoons of reading.
Joey St-Pierre
Joey St-Pierre Vor 4 Monate
this is also a great counter argument to the simulation theory. every single person, plus the earth is so hyper complex that it's impossible (improbable) that we could be in a simulation.
Robby's Lobby Hobby Gaming
If I could upload my mind 4 more times while having my original body/mind. I'd never get let down in playing Dota 2 ever again.
Edgar Roock
Edgar Roock Vor year
“If the human brain were so simple that we could understand it, we would be so simple that we couldn’t.” - Emerson Pugh
n_orthrrrr Vor 7 Monate
@Neel Sharma like... really touched your brain?
Sid Kapoor
Sid Kapoor Vor 8 Monate
What if we could make machines smarter than us. That machine could understand our brains.
Weasel Vor year
@Turkey Armwrestling First learn the meaning of cult before calling anyone cultist.
Weasel Vor year
@Turkey Armwrestling U probably not know that what I said depends on what is discussed. It means I have no religious book, guessing from context is not hard 😁.
Turkey Armwrestling
@Weasel the cultist said he has no book yet everything he studies is from a book. Right maybe from a movie or tv show. Big deal.
Siddhant Mishra
Siddhant Mishra Vor Monat
If our technology becomes developed enough to store an uploaded mind, that would mean that we can also create "robots" with minds equally as complex as humans? Then what would be left to distinguish between humans and robots? The "robots" would be equally as self aware and improving and have their own agendas and goals and motives that we couldnt fathom Food for thought :)
rehan khan
rehan khan Vor 7 Monate
My 2 cents: Mind upload is creating a digital copy of you so the original "You" will still die... To truly make yourself immortal, a better prospect maybe, Mind extension. Simply connecting our brains directly to computers and the cloud via BCIs but also create artificial "designer neurons" that would be able to function like real neurons while also adding more functionality to the brain. With time, you keep adding more connections to the brain and your mind just extends out to the new substrates overtime and as technology improves, we might be able to create neurons that not only perfectly mimic the biological counterparts, but also be able to form connections in new ways that are not possible with biological models. Eventually your meat parts will die out but the artificial parts that have been incorporated into your mind, will remain functional keeping a part of "You" (maybe even a majority of you) alive. Indefinitely.
Uifon Vor 6 Tage
People who are still pondering about this should just play the game, "SOMA". I'm sure it'll help you understand just how tragic one side of the coin looks like in "uploading your consciousness".
Cooking with Christine
Wouldn't it be possible to just simulate a baby brain and save a ton of work?
GamerbyDesign Vor year
“If our brains were simple enough for us to understand them, we'd be so simple that we couldn't.” ― Ian Stewart
drquadriple Vor 6 Monate
Emerson M. Pugh was the actual original author of that quote, Ian Stewart had nothing to do with it, nor can I find a single mention of how stating that quote.
esteban bencomo
You don't have to quote great minds to show that you have one.
Haunted Toast
Haunted Toast Vor year
But we cant fully understand them tho
OmicronChan Vor year
@Nick Rockle Not really. Just because a computer and a brain can both process information does not make both items computers. A computer as we know it conforms to rigid programming language restrictions and logic and is entirely predictable. The brain is not bound by any language or programming rules as it operates in a organic environment of which we have no way of simulating in the present. While a computer and a brain are both processors of information, a brain is far beyond the capability of any conventional computer but would fit into another category of objects all together.
Zilong Nez
Zilong Nez Vor year
I'm you 1.1k like
Breno The music dude
There would be pros and cons to digital consciousness and if it ever happens in the future i hope there will be humane ethical guidelines in place to ensure the person who wants to upload their mind truly has no regrets about doing it
Cauã Vor 6 Monate
This is quite complicated and confusing, without any doubt. After this video, many things made me messed up about who I am or what I am. The following questions was inevitable, and I think you had them as well: "What's I? What defines the being that I'm? Am I intrinsically my mind, or - better saying - the mind inside this body which I'm conscious about?" This is so intriguing! I don't have a clue to any answer! Besides, I believe that as long as we are not able to have a consistent definition of what we are or what defines us, this subject of "mind-uploading" will be hot and complicated. First of all, because it doesn't seem, at least to me yet, to have a start point from where we can begin. Like, which area of science can we rely on to start with a acceptable definition of a living being? Biology, psychology? And I have one more question: if I were able to create another living being which is exactly like me, in any and each aspect - we have the same experiences, the same character, the same memories - would that be me? Would I be that?
Martin Tenke
Martin Tenke Vor 8 Monate
Yes. Thank you guys for your work. This channel is almost the hope of humanity. I wish everyone to see all of your videos.
Robin Hodson
Robin Hodson Vor 8 Monate
This has already been done with simpler creatures, notably the lamprey, an eel-like fish about a foot long. From this we know all lampreys share the same mind, a copy of which was uploaded into a Lego robot, which didn't bother it.
snooZr Vor year
"Humans have historically been horrible at predicting the pace of progress" Yes, much like Cyberpunk's dev cycle
Tenzek Vor year
@SuicidalBomber The Moller flying car is the first one I'm aware of. They began in the 80's but the earliest working prototype that they produced and that I know of was around the year 2000.
Jacob Snyder
Jacob Snyder Vor year
@Khoa Do your first mistake was thinking I'm a fanboy second its CDPR game it has issues now that everyones pissed about and then when it's all fixed and given free content and expansions they will forget it even happened it just CDPR marketing strat that somehow works almost all the time so yes the game really should've been finished but like with all morons who cant wait an extra year they need it now and when it's not even closely finished and bug free that much we can agree on
Jacob Snyder
Jacob Snyder Vor year
@Khoa Do well 1. It's a new IP 2. It's a huge game roughly for me 120GB of data (that almost as big as red dead 2, hell red dead 2 took 8 years to make as well, it too had a day one patch aka tweaks, bug fixes, etc) 3. We all praise skyrim as being a good game but that game has more bugs than anything I've ever seen 4. This game was over hyped beyond recognition, it's your own damn faults for letting the hype blind your eyes and 5. Do I think releasing this game on last gen (ps4 and xbox one) was a good idea, no not at all but if they didnt people would've complained and got super pissed, honestly I've only seen like 1 bug (jumped on a barbed wire fence and died instantly, funny as hell) and playing on ps4 pro
Jacob Snyder
Jacob Snyder Vor year
@Khoa Do a lot of games do that not just cyberpunk
Vegard Pig
Vegard Pig Vor year
@Drakthar Pretty sure not a single living soul would use a hard drive in 2070
K.Ferenc Vor 4 Tage
I would be perfectly sathisfied with a digital copy of myself, to finish what I've started after I'll be dead. Or even a biological copy, but for some reason that is illegal in many places.
PlayedTooMuch Vor 7 Monate
Depends on what you consider "life" to be, is your mind in a computer living? Or is it just a simulation of your mind as it was/is in your brain?
The Mad Cow
The Mad Cow Vor 7 Monate
Is it really necessary to map and understand the whole brain? It seems like it might be sufficient to build a neural network with roughly the same capacity as the brain, plumb a few million microelectrodes into the brain, and use forced stimulus and response data from those electrodes to "train" the network until it could emulate the brain's behavior. The best part is that this would capture not just the emergent behavior of the neurons and synapses, but also any effect produced by hormones, physical structures, autonomic responses, etc. The network would just see an electrical stimulus in one place resulting in an electrical stimulus in another, and adjust itself to match; it wouldn't matter whether that stimulus was caused by direct electrical transmission, or by adrenaline being released, or by a heartbeat being felt in the inner ear, or by any other process that happens in the brain and body. Now you've got a functional digital imitation of the brain, and you never had to map or even understand the brain itself.
Bottas Heimfe
Bottas Heimfe Vor 7 Tage
there's this one fictional setting that this made me think about. it takes place during and after the Technological singularity happens, when technology advances so fast we can't predict what happens. anyway in this setting an AI and her (she does identify as feminine) human associates figure out a process to convert regular matter into Computerinium, or Turinium, which is Raw computational matter. a single gram of Turinium is equal to the processing power of modern supercomputers. they figure out a way to link a human mind to Turinium and soon enough, entire planets of turinium are linked to individuals and they become like gods, manipulating aspects of reality to reach across light years to do things like research or control vast armies of drones. it's a pretty cool look into transhumanism.
EpicShyn Vor year
Brains be like: "Brains are the most complicated organic construct"
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Cos no other construct can even try to describe itself to itself.
Michael04 Vor year
@Ꭼxpl๏sives Ꮮab๏rat๏rƴ what is contentiousness really means nothing but we are wired to think it does mean something
Abel O
Abel O Vor year
Revelation 9:6 And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it; and shall desire to die, and death shall flee from them.
Dahir Hussein 🥋🥊
@Alex’s Snackbar dodging my question, embarassing really. evolution doesnt cut it im sorry. your regurgitating what i said, or your too cowardly to answer my question, i said why do we have subjective conciius experience whilst having the same neurological proceses, you just repeated the last part. conciousness is immateril, atoms cannot create conciousness
MindReverie Vor 7 Monate
I think the game SOMA had a better example of what it would be like to upload your conscience. Even if you are successful, you wouldn't know whether or not you were the clone, and it would never be us because we wouldn't be our copy.
Gilbert Vor 2 Monate
can we take a step back and remember that computers react waaaaaaaaaaaay faster than people? i mean, two weeks isnt a lot of time for a human, but for a machine its an eternity. the time it would take a machine to go to egypt from the USA would be a fraction of a second, and yet it could take hours with even the most advanced human tech. they would experience our whole lives in a few seconds.
Joe Vor 3 Monate
This game is amazing in my opinion. 300 hours in and counting.
Rand Zopyr
Rand Zopyr Vor 17 Tage
In my opinion, the best-case scenario in the near future is cybernetic life extension. If we are able to get a brain to communicate with any type of computer system in a way that they both understand, to the point that the brain treats this system as an extension of the body, then we have a chance at preserving parts of ourselves indefinitely. In modern terms, it would be like plugging bluetooth technology into the brain, and being able to save memories on an external device - which may be possible in the next few decades. Our phones have already become extensions of our self, and it's only a matter of time before that technology becomes more integrated with our body for convenience and entertainment. The issue with the brain scan concept is that you are not just your brain; much of your body plays a role in how your brain works, and much of your brain is designed to run your body, not just for thinking. Do we need all of the brain? Do we need other bits from the body? Do we need to simulate an entire human body or just the brain? There's not enough information available yet to know, but it looks like it's more rather than less.
F to all the people that upload to the cloud & get stuck at a 99% loading screen for eternity
Kevin Diaz
Kevin Diaz Vor 5 Monate
Revelation 9:6, KJV: And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it; and shall desire to die, and death shall flee from them.
Hảo Trần Minh
Hảo Trần Minh Vor 5 Monate
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The Insight TV Vor 10 Monate
The problem is that, without an attached body, the health of the brain can only be assessed in a fairly basic way. Generally the uptake of oxygen and presence of electrical activity are taken as evidence that the brain is alive.
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nicole Vor 2 Monate
Yo creo que sería genial para las personas que en vida no pudieron hacer lo que querían, obviamente con tanta libertad y sin la muerte un cerebro tarde o temprano se aburriría, lo pienso y me da como angustia ese hecho de no morir, es tan raro pero me encantaría llegar a ese futuro!! ♡♡♡ Gracias Kurzgesagt
Brovid-19 Vor 12 Tage
They say the human brain is far too complicated to ever upload it into a digital form.. and I say "you could fit my entire brain on a Droid 2 Sim Card with space left over"
Ville Schütt
Ville Schütt Vor 5 Monate
This topic has floated around in my head from time to time, as an interesting thought experiment.. wonder how far off the mark my conclusions so far are 🤓 I personally think there is at least one "trial by fire" moment for a digitized mind, assuming the replication goes well; being concious without your real, analogue body with its near infinite sensory resolution. Is that experience something a mind can power through without spiralling into some form of ultimate psychosis? Or would it be a sort of "natural" selection process, where only some minds can survive the disembodiement? And what kind of minds would be more likely to survive? ANYWAY, thank you Kurzgesagt team for making such thoughtful content to procrastinate with 😅😁
Kevin Diaz
Kevin Diaz Vor 5 Monate
Revelation 9:6, KJV: And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it; and shall desire to die, and death shall flee from them.
*insert_name* Vor 3 Tage
What if instead of a mind copying machine there was an ai that was trained to make the exact same decision you made or would make in a certain situation
Alban Vor year
Cyberpunk couldn't hope for better advertisement
Cookie Vor 28 Tage
3.1 thousandth like :D
nich sulol
nich sulol Vor year
@Matheus Braz since only hope for science knowledge
Humphrey Vor year
@Dirrdevil This is not 'shilling', you have the wrong definition. Plus if you do believe that, then take it up with the video creators for doing such a good job, not me. You're attacking the wrong person, and for the wrong reasons on top of the wrong person.
Dirrdevil Vor year
@Humphrey Stop shilling. It is way more than buggy. Why should a game be broken on release? Stop defending garbage.
Damian Vor year
@Spencer Cant relate. I actually play on PC. Having a great time..
HunnitFlat Vor 7 Monate
The parallelism with the universe to particle physics and quantum mechanics in this video is Brazy
Hareesh Nair
Hareesh Nair Vor 4 Monate
More importantly our mind is connected to other minds through social and material relations in very non-trivial ways which not only follows the rules of nature, but also the subjective rules of language that adapts and reacts to itself in a way that cannot be grounded in any "default/natural set of rules". I do believe science will make incredible progress and we will understand a lot about how our brain works, but I think we will always maintain some minimal distance from our 'true self'.
Tmanstomp100 Vor 13 Tage
Seeing as humans are imperfect creatures by design, I feel like anyone trying to upload their consciousness would face lots more problems and issues than a regular human, I really think humans have a set limit that we haven't reached yet. and if we reach it the world will end again. but good luck.
Gameknight01 Vor 11 Tage
I found this mostly uplifting and promising except for the negative parts, of course
Purple Impostor
oh my god... The progress on their animation is mind blowing...
Cloudy Vor year
No, I think they have already had this skill. They just had a larger budget and more time.
Renan Gouveia
Renan Gouveia Vor year
Now i am allowed to give you a like so i did
Spaceman Spiff
I love how most of these replies are just complaining about spam
Gunja Vor year
yes the animation is different
Noah Mooren
Noah Mooren Vor 5 Monate
5:37 "This grain of brain was cut into 25 thousands slices" are we just gonna ignore that???
Carma Vor 4 Monate
There's a series called The Bobiverse that explores this idea and it's possibilities. It's one of my favorite series and well worth checking out
mister koneko
mister koneko Vor 8 Monate
Man, rewatching this video still gives me existential crisis. I mean most of this channel's vids are
Matt C
Matt C Vor 4 Monate
If we ever could live forever in cyber space I personally think insanity would eventually destroy our minds
PhillyD Cinematics
Kurzgesagt: "its complicated" Vsauce: "Or is it?" Kurzgesagt: "yes it is"
Wealthify ✅
Wealthify ✅ Vor year
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Edson Henrique
muito bom! kkk
I game I do research too
@Vladimir Irkhin i know i know, but ive seen this dude in every video a watch, its like hes OwO
Silvia Quintela
Ever since the VSauce3 & Kurzgesagt video was uploaded, my dream is hearing Michael Stevens colllaborating here
Vladimir Irkhin
@I game I do research too there were multiple popular commenters before that guy, don't forget it
alexkaa Vor 23 Tage
This is such a great piece of art! 🥰
Piechew Community
Piechew Community Vor 8 Monate
if my mind got uploaded i would just live like i do right now, just with less inconveniences
Acvale Vor 7 Monate
If the human consciousness is physical (only needs the brain to exist), then the copied consciousness would be possible and independent of the brain. But here's something to think about: computers, as they exist today, always copy and delete files to move them from place to place. If the digital brain is stored in a specific hard drive, but the drive becomes too old to store data and the digital brain has to be copied to another drive, it is correct to assume that the consciousness in the new drive will be independent of the old one. Or even worse than that: A computer works based on clock pulses, so in the in-between of two pulses, it's like the computer was turned off. Would the consciousness of the previous pulse be the same as the one of the next pulse? I don't think so. When bringing this idea to our physical brains, I can think of one premise: the universe works in a way time is 100% fluid and not fragmented as in pulses, so the consciousness of the physical brain remains the same in a lifetime. The digital brain's problem lies in the fact that it would be running in an artificial universe (computer), that may not have what is needed to host a permanent consciousness. There may be even more properties of the universe that are needed for permanent consciousness to exist. The "fragmented consciousness" that would result from a digital brain could still have the capabilities of a "continuous consciousness", such as thinking and dreaming. Or, the lack of properties of the universe in a computer could prevent it from working. But now my point has become too speculative, and whether these statements are true or not is something impossible to know. It's important to say that most of the concepts I brought to this comment are just ideas written with no concern if they're faithful to the latest scientifically proven concepts.
May Be Something
May Be Something Vor 2 Monate
"Sam put a freaking speaker in his sword." "That's right, I finally uploaded my conscience into my gaming setup."
River Laurman
River Laurman Vor year
"The brain is the most complex biological structure known and deserves its own entire video." - The Brain
こなた Vor year
@Layth spah god isn't a man in an old book either
dallonax2808 cc
And the ironic dosent stop because is the brain who do this comment
Jeff Vader
Jeff Vader Vor year
@Layth spah Well I'm also missing out on the afterlife promised by every other religion so what's one more eh?
Jeff Vader
Jeff Vader Vor year
@Layth spah No thanks.
Orhan Mekic
Orhan Mekic Vor 2 Monate
Something is missing here. If we first start with extending our mind with digital addons, this may eventually lead us to extending our consciousness, which than would create subconsciousness that can be aware for example even while we are sleeping and maybe eventually even when we die. This to me sounds like a more plausible pathway. Even today we are leaving parts of our self in digital form.
RyTsBiT Ryan
RyTsBiT Ryan Vor 6 Monate
I want my parents to be immortal with me to live forever I don't want to lose the only people that loved me
Solowarrior1221 Vor 4 Monate
I don't think i'd want to live inside a computer for an extended period of time, but it would be nice to transfer my mind into a stronger, tougher, faster, just generally better body.
Desolate Vor 5 Monate
"If the past work of CD Projekt Red is any indication, this will be an amazing game" Narrator: It was not, an amazing game
Wealdstone_Raia YoutubeRed
Computer software in future: *_your free trial of living has ended_*
Kevin Diaz
Kevin Diaz Vor 5 Monate
Revelation 9:6, KJV: And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it; and shall desire to die, and death shall flee from them.
George De Cruz
shit just got real lol
h o
h o Vor year
@RaPtor452 you’ll get random mental illnesses that way; always use official means
Jonathan Vor year
*American future In europe, it'll be free and come with mental healthcare and upkeep
Armour Vor year
@Cyberwar101 It's not a consistent trial though, some people get way longer and others have to start P2P even earlier.
Owen W
Owen W Vor Monat
If we could do this, we could theoretically turn electricity into science, just power the machine to make these cyber humans experience time thousands or millions of times faster that us, and then have them solve all our problems in a matter of hours
Jonathan Long Tin Huen
I haven't watched the video yet but here's what I think: It should be possible to completely clone the brain then recreate a digital version of it, but I can bet it won't be 100% accurate. The brain is basically a huge ball of flesh shooting electricity all around itself. How do you even start to clone it? Then there's the thing about the consciousness. What if you create the brain of someone? Will they be the same? What the hell even IS the consciousness? Is there a soul or sth?
Ethan Vor 5 Monate
"The desire to be in creative mode has existed since the beginning of time"
Vegas Tan
Vegas Tan Vor 7 Monate
I think we all missed out one key crucial element of the mind: Free Will. While we can duplicate every single ability of a human into a digital, computerized entity, but it is the free will to decide on the act onto every moments of time that actually makes up the “final secret ingredient” that gives us, our individualistic identities. Think back to WandaVision and S.W.O.R.D Vision. WandaVision is you with your free will. S.W.O.R.D Vision is you with every single components intact, that enables every single equal capabilities of yours, but minus the free will. The Ship of Theseus theory y’all!
Grace Vor year
Welcome to neuroscience, where everything is complicated and nobody knows anything
Coding Hub
Coding Hub Vor year
@ThornReaper i agree with you, but there are people who commit suicide. So someone *can* carve for death.
Wealthify ✅
Wealthify ✅ Vor year
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Damilola Vor year
@Thomas ten Damme a book written by a man and angels! Lol
The K2 Despot
The K2 Despot Vor year
@Dahir Hussein 🥋🥊 Just you and me looking at a cake *by absolutely no means* implies we are having the same neurological processes. We have had different life experiences from our different environments leading to different memories, different personalities, different beliefs, as well as having different chemical balances, different bodies, different sensory abilities (don't know how good your eyes are, but I'd be looking at the cake through glasses), and even something as simple as different angles of looking at the cake (we can't be in the same place at once), and the list goes on and on. That more than covers all that goes into why we'd be having different conscious experiences, _and none of that contradicts reductive physicalism._
The K2 Despot
The K2 Despot Vor year
@Dahir Hussein 🥋🥊 There is nothing to debate. Nothing you said is based on empirical evidence, and it seems as though that's supposed to be the point. Without any regard for empirical evidence, there is no way to test your idea. With no way to test your idea, we have no justification for believing it to be true. Simple.
solobackpacking Vor 7 Monate
The digital mind would only be a copy of the organic mind. Your consciousness still exists after the upload.
Ave Omnissiah
Ave Omnissiah Vor 5 Monate
Well, This make me think of a resurrections device concept which i had read about it long time ago. You need 3 piece of technology to somewhat archive it. First - Deep memory storage which is a device to scan and store all of your brain somewhat close to concept in this vid. Second - Human hive fabricator which is an incubator device use to create a body (Think of it as character create machine if you will). Third - The resurrection device which is as it name suggest put a body from fabricator in then plug the deep memory to start upload whatever memory (In this case it should be your memory right?) into a body. Technically speaking if this concept is real you can live forever. Still it get me curious that if it actually a thing the one that produce out of the device still can be consider you? or it just something els with your memory?
Nicolas G.
Nicolas G. Vor 5 Monate
I don't want to get lost in the glitched void, but i would love to be the brain of a space ship, i wouldn't care to be a machine, bc my perception of human life would be so far away, and my dream to explore new planets would be my main mission, wait, can i still have dreams if i become that ? Anyways, thank u Kurzgesagt
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