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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MrGoatflakes Vor Monat
@Bocaj the feels
MrGoatflakes Vor Monat
Wait aren't you literally funded by the German government? Specifically the TV/spectrum licence levied on Germans?
Jon Vor Monat
OMFG spoilers! I've gone years without any idea of the story for CP2077 now watching your video the premise is spoiled!!! FFS! Thanks!
Renārs Rudzinskis
@Joe I dont think so maybe its hard to do but still You can think about it as if someone would take an additional brain connect it to yours and let it capture preciseley evry electrical signal that is sent within your brain Even if 50% gets transfered in enough time and adopted following the logic you will literally wake up in another brain Of course half of your memories habitats and etc will be lost but you can still recover from it But how could it be done is hard question for someone whos neither a computer engineer neither expert biologist I think its possible Everything at this task is hard starting with the capture of a trillions of brain signals mapping entire chemical state of the brain and structuring data so that its gets there intact but that does not mean its impossible
Joe Vor Monat
@Renārs Rudzinskis your mind is simply the atoms in your brain. If you're brain dies then your consciousness dies, plain and simple. No downloading it doesn't work, the only hope for immortality is a soul
Klvss Vor year
can we just appreciate the fact that something with THIS amount of quality is free
cat Vor 22 Minuten
No none of this is free, we pay for the electric bill, spend a money for the gadget we use, pay for internet, etc to watch this Video. All I can say is this content is worth investing all those expenses.
Thomas The Tank Engine
@Ridwan Fahim Yeah, i agree with you. These types of comments are annoying now
Ridwan Fahim
Ridwan Fahim Vor Tag
Benn Forbes
Benn Forbes Vor 6 Tage
drjain123 Vor 8 Tage
WigWoo1 Vor 2 Monate
I mean the idea is that yes you can move your mind over to a computer but you can't move your Consciousness, so it's essentially just going to be a digital clone of you and it's not going to be you yourself
AllDay3004 Vor 12 Tage
I think the only way for our consciousness can get transferred to a computer is if we take the brain with it. Best bet to immortality is probably nanotechnology that improves our body or slowly convert our biological bodies to synthetic ones as opposed to "copying" or minds to a synthetic body. Of course I could be totally wrong lol
Sahal Variawa
Sahal Variawa Vor 13 Tage
@Thiago M. C. yes, I'd like to ask, would that take an enormous amount of energy and would it damage or render the biological brain dead or redundant. Im just a sci fi enthusiast btw so I apologize for my ignorance on the quantum theory
Sahal Variawa
Sahal Variawa Vor 13 Tage
Well I'd say, and by no means am I a neuro scientist. The human body develops the brain, so if the consciousness mind is located in the brain. Than I would imagine that it would be easier to transfer consciousness to a developing fetus or child rather than a complex structure or digital ghost. So let's say we create a device that can alter a developing brain rather than a developed complex one and insert ourselves gradually. Remember that a child is conscious and therefore conciousness can be created ?. Idk this is just a theory. Happy to hear your thoughts.
Thiago M. C.
Thiago M. C. Vor 14 Tage
Unless the mind has a fundamentally quantum nature. In this case, by the non-cloning theorem in quantum mechanics, your mind would be teleported to the machine, using the quantum teleportation protocol, which would be a real transfer instead of a copy.
Captain Mintbeard
Captain Mintbeard Vor 16 Tage
@Steve - Yeah if anything it's arrogant. The idea that any one person is so important that a copy of them needs to persist after death. It's not for the benefit of the original because the original doesn't experience the copy's continued life. I can see potential applications for it, but it's not the digital immortality (at least for the original) everyone seems to think it is. There is a game called SOMA that really captures this idea.
Mileta Dulovic
Mileta Dulovic Vor 2 Monate
Kurzgesagt is like: 'It's complicated'. Then proceeds to explain it that even a 2 year old can understand it.
J C.
J C. Vor 28 Tage
Kinda in a nutshell
Hylia Stone
Hylia Stone Vor Monat
And yet it is still complicated.
Jay Pocaigue
Jay Pocaigue Vor Monat
Its bc its been extensively rewritten and condensed by the channel's crew, not just the voice of Kurzgesagt. Theyre also leaving out so much more information on the topic
Steven 7394
Steven 7394 Vor 2 Monate
Reminds me of Mumbo "It's very simple redstone"
Mr. Mo
Mr. Mo Vor 4 Monate
"But there is a different method that seems very promising" *Proceeds to rip skull apart* Wow those are a lot of likes😲
Linax Gamez
Linax Gamez Vor Monat
@be curious✔ but dont kill the ducks
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Alright, looking good so far
Human Spida
Human Spida Vor 2 Monate
@K replacing neurons / cells... that was the concept of the system used in the film Gamer to allow "players" to control real human avatars in "games"... the creator had developed a way to replace all your braincells one at a time - another good movie that. Michael C. Hall as the antagonist with Terry Crews on side against Gerrard Butlers character.
K Vor 2 Monate
@Human Spida Every day the human brain losses thousands of brain cells. Some of those cells are replaced by newer ones (depending upon your age). That said, none of the cells you had in your body 7 years ago still exists today, so you are literally a different person now than you were then. BUT . . . it happened slowly over years so there was a "continuation of existence". The same principle could but applied with artificially constructed neurons. Replacing each of your neurons over time as they die with artificial ones. You would NEVER know the difference and then, yes, you could live forever.
mattyman12341 Vor 2 Monate
If DOOM GUY was every to speak I feel it could be this
Vaxieon Vor 3 Monate
Although this is Cyberpunk related I think the game Soma actually tackled this subject the best because it raises the question on if it's worth trying to extend your life digitally if you know that you personally won't experience it, that it's just your copy moving ahead while you die? It's existential horror at its finest.
José Daniel González
No creo que valga la pena tener una copia digital con el fin de vivir eternamente por que no seríamos nosotros y no experimentariamos la vida de esa copia digital
Mateus Silva
Mateus Silva Vor 10 Tage
Look up Existential Comics' "The Machine". It's an interesting exploration of these themes and a short read. Like a comic.
DavidTruthSeeker Vor 18 Tage
Blue Shell
Blue Shell Vor 21 Tag
My God! Yes! I love Soma like nothing else upon this earth. I’ve been forcing it onto every living being I’ve encountered so far
Ayo Keito
Ayo Keito Vor 22 Tage
@Ángel Muñoz we still don't know what will happen if we replace every cell of our brain with computer hardware one by one, essentially transitioning from biological brain to electric one (assuming they are cross-compatible between each other and the brain as a whole wouldn't notice any changes). But that just leads to Ship of Theseus thought experiment.
Jesus Christ
Jesus Christ Vor year
Brain water to consciousness wine, amen.
Vintage Jock
Vintage Jock Vor 14 Tage
sherry tennison
sherry tennison Vor 2 Monate
Raven Valentine
Raven Valentine Vor 2 Monate
the wine creator him self xD ♥
Joe Vor 2 Monate
We can't upload our minds. Without a God or soul our consciousness only can come from our brain, even if our minds uploaded it wouldn't be your brain and so it wouldn't be you doing the thinking, it would be a separate being who thinks exactly like you while you are dead.
pie crane
pie crane Vor 2 Monate
Hey jesus ever kicked a crocodiles ass?
HolyApplebutter Vor 2 Monate
I've decided that if brain uploading does become a thing in my lifetime, that I'd do it. Even if it isn't technically me, just a copy, I'd like to give that version of me a shot at the future that I could never take.
Deltexterity Vor 8 Tage
if this became possible i assume there would be only 3 different kinds of people that develop after a long enough period of time: someone who wants control and power, someone who just does what they think is fun but dont care about power, and someone who wants to help others. the scary part is what ratio of people falls into each category. helpers are obviously good, and people who just wanna have fun can be good too because theres plenty of people that have fun doing things that are also productive, and some who will just make art for fun while others enjoy that art. if theres too many power hungry people though, it really could destroy all life in the universe, not just the planet, as time is no longer a constraint for them. the question is: how many people need to be power hungry to destroy everything? 50%? 20%? 10%? or would it just take a single person with enough time and dedication to enslave *everything* that exists? we already know some people who do that, like billionaires, their only goal is more power no matter the suffering it brings to others, hell most probably *enjoy* the suffering. would they eventually lose that megalomaniacal personality over time, as with infinite time they just lose interest in power? or would they take it as an opportunity to grow their control? i think we should stop asking whether we can or will upload our minds, but rather, whether we *should.*
ConcernedSoul Vor Monat
God that sounds so depressing.
Michael Richardson
Would you really leave your copy at the mercy of those who would control their reality? Do you truly trust that humans would not exploit them?
Anthony Ervin
Anthony Ervin Vor Monat
Just have a kid.
Positive Mind
Positive Mind Vor Monat
@Filippo Sedia so we can live forever
Sahil Dadhwal
Sahil Dadhwal Vor Monat
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.
Cobbington Vor Monat
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
Reconnaissance Vor 3 Monate
Whenever I contemplate this question, I imagine the only way would be to upload your mind is to create an exact copy of your brain. But I don't think you could live forever, your copy could.
Pedro Amaral
Pedro Amaral Vor year
“Just having a list of the ingredients might not be enough to get a good consciousness cake.” - daaamn, loved how you manage to simplify this.. that is art!
JHWH Vor 6 Monate
I know what happens after death! Contact me if you want to take the red pill.
Susama Biswas
Susama Biswas Vor 6 Monate
@partymetroid yea bt still it almost cost both of them their life. Conciousness is really a complex thing to understand.
Wealthify ✅
Wealthify ✅ Vor 9 Monate
Adrian Vor 10 Monate
@Sauce ur-patty 👁👄👁
Mat Farias
Mat Farias Vor 10 Monate
Vc por aqui, Pedrocs e.e
Phine Vor 3 Monate
That was clear even before I watched the video that COPY of out conciousness will live it’s own life (as with a default teleportation, after you use it you die). I mean what if we partially change our brain to machine parts step by step removing biological and connecting pc parts so we always remain conscious. This also brings us to a concept of repeating same thing but with paired quants, they can exist themselves without technical support so you definitely get an immortal mind floating somewhere in the universe. Seems like a plot for another game xD
Comm Scan
Comm Scan Vor 2 Monate
Like a psychological horror that has you slowly become more and more computer with greater and greater pain the more and more they open up your skull(I mean, they gotta open up that noggin somehow) until you finally find relief in a final part replacement and total simulation?
Google me Darnit
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.
Grace Vor Monat
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.
Øyvind Aandalen
Øyvind Aandalen Vor 3 Monate
Love the channel. :) My ad hock take: Cloning your thought patterns might be possible. The process of actually getting *you* into a machine, must not be a cloneable one. If the process allows you to still exist as a human, then.. Well you cannot be this new thing at the same time. Getting your consciousness into a machine, must be both completely disruptive to your human self, and equally disruptive for each attempt at a copy. You would not be aware (by thought be able to control, influence or feel) of any biological clone of yourself, and therefore not any digital clone for the same reason. It is all a question of agency, witch might be immutable. If you CAN co exist with the intended result of a relocation of the mind. It is not you.
F1shySpace Vor year
“The brain is the most complex organism and it deserves it’s own video” -*The Brain*
KAPEĆ Vor Monat
-The Brain
William Jenkinson
ChrisGD13 Vor 2 Monate
1 scene seen, you're loop to look at it.
FazBear. Vor 3 Monate
My Brain told me to type that The Brain is an organ not an organism.
The Insight TV
The Insight TV Vor 3 Monate
Lol, nice one. 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.
Dollar Hat
Dollar Hat Vor 2 Monate
"The brain is the most complex biological structure known, and deserves it's own video." -The Brain
Dollar Hat
Dollar Hat Vor Monat
@Brando Smid I mean there's not much room for variety with this joke lol. And yea I know about the comment that was here before this now
Brando Smid
Brando Smid Vor Monat
@Dollar Hat well you did word for word lmao
Dollar Hat
Dollar Hat Vor Monat
@Brando Smid not particularly, no
Brando Smid
Brando Smid Vor Monat
You like copying other peoples comments word for word huh? Lol
Mark Regan
Mark Regan Vor Monat
My brain just exploded
Zen Vor 4 Monate
Imagine a tip like "Running makes you tired" in the loading screen while we turn our brain on LuL
Stephen Chow
Stephen Chow Vor Monat
"In order to jump, jump!"
Ashish Vishwakarma
Ashish Vishwakarma Vor 2 Monate
OMG, the level of editing is just out of this world. The intro baby human was so adorable. Really appreciate you guys!..
Charlie1821 Vor 2 Monate
I wish we could. But I fear our ACTUAL consciousness cannot be transferred
Ed Calças
Ed Calças Vor 2 Monate
exactly my point. the fact that there could be a copy of you while you are still alive (like the example he talked about) would mean that it wouldnt be you, but just a clone of some sort.
Rex Futuri
Rex Futuri Vor 2 Monate
Transmitted but not transferred.
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.
Ashish Singh
Ashish Singh Vor 25 Tage
@Dan Warrington yes this is what I am also explaining people. If we consider this brain and body as a machine that is not efficient enough to last long, we develop technology that can connect our mind to more efficient and long lasting machines. And we can connect to multiple machines at one time. Any input from any machine will be updated to all connected machine at realtime. This way all connected machine will be part of our body placed at different location. And slowly when our meat body gets old and die it will just be one machine that will die, and other machines will take our consciousness forward.
Sam Eaton-Rosen
Sam Eaton-Rosen Vor 25 Tage
You're just a copy of you with your memories. There's no true continuous consciousness, and your past doesn't exist. You exist entirely within the present moment, and any continuousness you experience is experienced entirely in the present. If that's simulated accurately, your simulation is identical to you. Your two "yous" may experience different things, but both will experience the idea of being you, and of having always been you.
!? Vor Monat
@Chris Wills In real life yeah a teleporter would kill the original person and just make a copy. However in the shows there are several times when a person remains aware during the journey of being transported, so in the fictional star trek universe teleporters actually do just "transport" atoms, they don't "destroy" then "recreate"
Stephen Chow
Stephen Chow Vor Monat
An addition to the solution could be to use nanomachines that continually repair the brain. In fact creating said nanomachines would probably be less difficult than creating an entire consciousness from scratch.
Goku Black
Goku Black Vor 2 Monate
@Lord Sionnach But you the person that typed this comment would still die this ai version of you would essentially be a digital duplicate its not "you" per sae just a facsimile
Matei Marian Galan
Matei Marian Galan Vor 2 Monate
every video you make fascinates me and motivates me to move forward with the theories supported by your videos. What can I do to support you as I should and help you continue?
TheLoneTerran Vor 2 Monate
Dangit, I want MY consciousness to continue on. Just uploading isn't good enough since that will just create a copy. At this point, maybe just synthetic replacement is the way to go. Not nearly as good as transferring your consciousness to a digital existence, but at least you're still buying time for that possibility. Death means you miss out on so much history and science. Plus, think how cool computer games could be if you were digital! That'd be pretty dang immersive.
K. Bastion
K. Bastion Vor 13 Tage
@Stephen Chow nanomachines are definitely the way to go, they harden in response to physical trauma.
Anime Mandir
Anime Mandir Vor 25 Tage
@TheBigNCat those laws exist to protect human morals, ethics, and religion, life can obviously be created artificially as it reques no soul. Creating humans raises the question on religion too. Mfs be like "jesus loves you". Medical feild has a lot more ethics and laws when it comes down to genetics and species improvement.
TheBigNCat Vor 26 Tage
@Anime Mandir that's really stupid of said countries as immortality, would solve quite a lot of problems, for example there would be no need for money spent on the old and no worries that we would end up in a stump where there isn't enough people to take care of the old. People who engage on big long lasting projects wouldn't have to worry about leaving it to someone who would not care/understand. People generally would be more relaxed as they would have time, time to go to college, time to find out what they really want. If I was academically smart, I myself would love to pursue genetics and such, but instead, since I'm not, I have faith in you and your peers :)
Anime Mandir
Anime Mandir Vor 26 Tage
@TheBigNCat Ofc IT IS THE BEST OPTION WE HAVE !! btw, i'm 1st yr mbbs student tryna do what you just said, perfecting our body, digital immortality is impossible, the digitally uploaded program will just be a clone and not we ourselves. it will just "run on" and not "live on". But biological immortality is very much possible. Everything comes down to wear and tear, aging of cells and our genes. Humans need to evolve, as the current state, our evolution rate is absolutely at lowest. We as of now can't evolve naturally, we must do it artificially,. This is a very sensitive topic and almost every country has forbidden it.
TheBigNCat Vor Monat
I think we have given up on bodies too quickly, preserving and perfecting what we already have seems much feasible than creating something new from top to bottom. The technology for that is even closer to fruition than brain mapping.
Perodactyl Vor 29 Tage
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.
Alejandro Ojeda
Alejandro Ojeda Vor 4 Monate
This was by FAR the best intro secuence that I’ve seen on this channel, I was really amazed, awesome work, I love it here
Edgar Roock
Edgar Roock Vor 11 Monate
“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 28 Tage
@Neel Presents like... really touched your brain?
Sid Kapoor
Sid Kapoor Vor Monat
What if we could make machines smarter than us. That machine could understand our brains.
Dominant Domination
I was thinking about that.
Weasel Vor 5 Monate
@Devan Laginashvili First learn the meaning of cult before calling anyone cultist.
Weasel Vor 5 Monate
@Devan Laginashvili 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 😁.
Rean Schwarzer
Rean Schwarzer Vor 20 Tage
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.
Gabe Lowey
Gabe Lowey Vor 2 Monate
In 1000 years this video is gonna be pretty funny when we’ve figured out how to upload minds but now we’re trying to figure out how to put people’s minds into artificial bodies created on earth
Gatlina Vor Monat
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
Gumarks Vor Monat
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!!!
CrazyFoxMovies - Minecraft
That's how advertisement should always be. Such a brilliant video!
JHWH Vor 6 Monate
I know what happens after death! Contact me if you want to take the red pill.
Daniel Katona
Daniel Katona Vor 7 Monate
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 9 Monate
Hi here
Lennart Weber
Lennart Weber Vor 11 Monate
@WakeUp WakeUp If you search for a gay lobster you will most certainly find one, yet that doesnt mean that lobsters are gay overall. Same goes for conspiracies: if you search for one you will find one. That does not mean that there necessarily is one, or that everything that is happening is related to a conspiracy. Sure its easier to say somebody is the bad guy and "THEY" want to control us. Thats easier to accept than: damn i live in a pretty stable enviroment without war or suffering and yet my life sucks and it might even be my own fault. There are others who are at war, who get tortured, who starve, who get abused, who loose loved ones every day, who Are actually suffering. And you live, without any life threatening discomfort and still search for an enemie. You are the very definition of whats wrong with humankind overall: always searching for conflict. If they tell you to wear a mask because of corona, that is not because they want control over you, it is because we are living in a life threatening pandemic. And if u know noone who had corona before, then you are very lucky. I have a few friends and relatives who had corona and my grandmother even died to it. Corona is very real, and you can be happy that u live in a country where the government does something about it and doesnt leave u to die in the streets. Because if u used your brain for 5 seconds before screaming "CONSPIRACY!" You would understand that the government does not need to give a shit about your health if they wanted smth bad for you. If they wanted control over you, they would just wait for you to get sick enough to not be able to take care about yourself anymore. Because then you would be in an easy to control state. And if they really just wanted to harm you, they would leave you to die in the streets from covid-19 without any help or measures taken to fight the virus. Dont do the mistake to take corona not seriously because you see some "conspiracy" in it. It is not a joke and your endanger everyone around you if u do not comply with the set rules to protect us from covid-19. Its a global effort, its an every man pull on one string for once kind of effort, it is your effort and it is my effort to do comply with the corona restrictions and lockdowns. Yet to come back to the topic of this video: This being an advertisement without clear sponsorship means, that this is clear manipulation. What @CrazyFox - Minecraft fails to understand here is: this not an advertisement, because it is not öabeled as such. This is a video by a science and education channel, that is trusted by many to have good sources of reliable information. Yet this video is clearly just being made to praise something through the roof, and thats the only reason we get this video. Yet it is not labeled as sponsored. This is worrysome, because kurzgesagt uses its reputation to promote a game, without telling us. That is indeed to an extend a small conspiracy. And even if it was not and the guys at kurzgesagt are just really into cyberpunk, they should still tell the audience, that this video was made because they love the game and want to promote it even withput sponsorship. Getting facts/informations tied to commercials is the very pinnacle of a distopia, where you have to listen to big companies to get ypur informations. And thats when total control is established. If "they" can control what you can learn and know, reality is what they want it to be. Dont let that happen, call kurzgesagt out for it and think for yourself please. Spread your informations sources and dont rely on just one. Cheers :)
WakeUp WakeUp
WakeUp WakeUp Vor 11 Monate
@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.
TyspoMehdi xyz
TyspoMehdi xyz Vor Monat
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!
CentreMetre Vor Monat
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.
Isam Karroum
Isam Karroum Vor 2 Monate
I feel like software engineering is going to solve this very soon.
Krissy999 Vor 2 Monate
I’d definitely be happy to do this digital mind copy. I’d volunteer for the experimental process if I’m being honest.
H of The Stage
Interesting, but man, this would bring up many moral questions...
Trigger Happy
Trigger Happy Vor 2 Monate
I mean you got to break a few eggs to make a omelette
Miguel Domingos
Miguel Domingos Vor 6 Monate
Do you want to live forever or to the debate endlessly until you die the ethics of doing so?
JHWH Vor 6 Monate
I now the most likeley theory concerning death. Contact me if you want to take the red pill.
Random Select
Random Select Vor 9 Monate
@WeaponX Op it's time to wake up from your fantasy anime dream ,
Wealthify ✅
Wealthify ✅ Vor 9 Monate
Hi here
Pon Vor 4 Monate
If you can upload it and by that way live in a simulation or something, we could also copy it, which leads to obvious paradoxes (how can you *be* two minds at the same time?). I think that it merely shows that the mind is something else than what can be described fully by information.
Alexandra Zack
Alexandra Zack Vor 4 Monate
The really cool and intriguing thing about mind upload is the road to this goal is paved with new smaller discoveries the whole way along. Even if we never achieve immortality, it would be really cool if we could at least change parts of ourselves at will.
saltypork101 Vor 3 Monate
Probably bad D&D idea: programs vs zombies. Scifi fantasy setting. Two competing methods of achieving functionally endless lifespans have developed independently of one another among our descendants. Mind upload, and corporeal preservation. Over time, the two factions fell out, and now incorporeal celestials and undead flesh-beings battle for control of the universe. Each faction has embraced a dogma that the other must be purged in order to secure their own survival. There are still populations of mortal humanoids which the two factions watch and toy with, partly for entertainment, and partly to seek worthy candidates to indoctrinate into the ranks of their respective brand of immortality. The planets on which the mortal populations reside are neutral ground in the cosmic struggle, protected by byzantine treaties kind of like Antarctica now.
saltypork101 Vor Monat
@Jay Koh Interesting! I will check it out.
Jay Koh
Jay Koh Vor Monat
This seems a lot like the lore of the Endless Universe (the video games)
saltypork101 Vor 2 Monate
@George yep, haven't used it yet. It's free to anyone who wants it.
George Vor 2 Monate
@saltypork101 cause. It sounds so cool
George Vor 2 Monate
@saltypork101 is this your idea?
brett dalton
brett dalton Vor 3 Monate
I believe they’ve somewhat done this in the form of uploading and translating the Connectome to binary. Pretty neat when you think of it
CoxTH Vor year
"The brain is the most complicated organic structure known." That's what a brain would say.
Gabriel C
Gabriel C Vor 4 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 5 Monate
Hah i wanted to but didnt aaaaahhhhh crap
Radrook2 Vor 5 Monate
Lucky for all those happy mindless, accidents that created it- Right?
JHWH Vor 6 Monate
I now the most likeley theory concerning death. Contact me if you want to take the red pill.
Synthesized Vor 8 Monate
Evi Hofkens
Evi Hofkens Vor Monat
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.
Michael Ibidapo
Michael Ibidapo Vor Monat
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.
I really wish this amazing, visionary video wasn’t associated with one of the most staggering failures in the history of game design, and one of the more toxic companies in one of the more toxic industries in history. But…it is amazing, and one of the best little pieces of futurist imagination I’ve ever seen, especially toward the last third
Aki Amini
Aki Amini Vor 3 Monate
Epic content as always ! The thing is our consiousness bounderies are what take part in our very own thing we run ! Imagine deleting the time limit and removing the falsly ignored but actually tremendous flow of inputs .
Jashanjot Singh
Jashanjot Singh Vor 11 Monate
"the brain is most complex biological structure" - the human brain
Nova Earth
Nova Earth Vor 6 Monate
"reading all this stuff my brain feels like a separated individual whos possesing my body and now im feeling very weird" -The Brain
tychodancer Vor 6 Monate
@JHWH Bro you cant even spell properly. stop pretending you're morpheus.
JHWH Vor 6 Monate
I now the most likeley theory concerning death. Contact me if you want to take the red pill.
Techstuff Vor 7 Monate
@Jos Berg The brain *is* the spaghetti monster.
tychodancer Vor 8 Monate
Lmao nice
A. J.
A. J. Vor Monat
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.
_RT_ Vor 3 Monate
Humans are so intelligent that their brains learn about their brains. And by the way, this message is coming from another brain.
ColossalDonut5 Vor 3 Monate
Turns out Cave Johnson was a super genius for figuring out how to do this when creating GladOs.
Thecasualist Vor 2 Monate
Even if all this becomes possible, we still have the problem of needing living humans to upkeep our digital space. And what happens to us after the sun goes out or the great universe freeze happens? We could be in an even worse position than if we simply just died. Do digital minds still have ghosts when they die or goto another plain or existence? The idea of death becomes so much more terrifying in that case.
Nicolai Groudev
Nicolai Groudev Vor 11 Monate
The Animators have outdone themselves this time. Every episode is very well made but for some reason, the animation here is sublime.
Sun tzu
Sun tzu Vor 10 Monate
*crusty carb noises* “Money money money”
outermiddle Gamer
outermiddle Gamer Vor 10 Monate
Well they are german
Canister Vor 10 Monate
Its great and on point
maxbrth Vor 10 Monate
sublime indeed
Nicolai Groudev
Nicolai Groudev Vor 10 Monate
@BigDiglett I suppose they are getting sponsored
King King
King King Vor 22 Tage
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.
Zack Vor Monat
One thing’s for sure: if we ever become complex enough to upload our brains, we’ll be able to predict every act of mankind, and make artificial intelligence equal to a human’s brain: because the brain WILL just be an AI. We will surely become a dystopian society.
Luan Vor 2 Monate
“There was no reason for me to stay in the real world any longer. In the real world, it didn’t matter if I was there or not. When I realized that, I was no longer afraid of losing my body.” - Chisa Yomoda
HereIsAMac Vor 3 Monate
i think this video has got the answer to the question of "if you were given the chance to step in a box forever that will give you unending happiness, would you?"
PhillyD Cinematics
Kurzgesagt: "its complicated" Vsauce: "Or is it?" Kurzgesagt: "yes it is"
Wealthify ✅
Wealthify ✅ Vor 9 Monate
Hi o
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
Mikey Vor 2 Monate
Imagine all the ads and pay-to-win gimmicks the government would implement if we were to live digitally.
guestcheck Vor 29 Tage
@Ender Everett nice man you should send it to netflix
Bumi Vor Monat
@Ender Everett okay thank you for the well informed insight! Did he write a book about this or is there anything that I can read or watch to learn more about this?
Ender Everett
Ender Everett Vor Monat
@Bumi No, but Meta is a sort of partial implementation of a mind prison Schmidt (et al) will need for testing their ideas. Meta will most likely be a janky and weird place we'll see addictive cycles be experimented with (deliberately or not) but probably won't succeed in trapping as many people as short attention span social media, porn and games already do. What Schmidt wants to do is extend the mind prison to the physical world: upload people's personas (which will all be property of Alphabet -- or MS or Meta/FB or Apple etc) into new bodies (also their property) after ensuring their thoughts are "pure" by whatever the going mental censorship model is at the time. It is the ultimate slavery model -- you know, for the "greater good". They literally believe they can understand human nature well enough to "fix" it and make the entire world a pre-planned utopia. The ultimate "trade freedom and free will for safety" nonsense. An absolute effort to _enforce_ absolute good can only ever manifest an absolute evil, unfortunately.
Bumi Vor Monat
@Ender Everett you mean meta?
Ender Everett
Ender Everett Vor 2 Monate
This is literally Eric Schmidt's plan.
Patrick Barnes
Patrick Barnes Vor Monat
Seems like pushing the meatball expiration date from 80 yrs to a thousand would be way easier. Either way we need to increase our longevity of we ever hope for a time stable society
Grimm_Was_Here Vor 2 Monate
Thing is, if I was told I could upload my consciousness into a computer or robot or whatever it wouldn’t be because I want to be immortal or anything, sure that’s definitely a cool bonus and all but for me it’d be so I could finally be more useful.
Antonio Kinoshita
Antonio Kinoshita Vor 16 Tage
@Beuzebu666 no. When u copy a file on ur pc, and move it to another folder, then delete the """original""", u just moved it but with extra steps
Beuzebu666 Vor 2 Monate
It would be a copy of you, the REAL you would die anyway.
New User
New User Vor 3 Monate
The thought of having to be alive for even 5 more minutes is scary enough
Crypto NWO
Crypto NWO Vor 7 Monate
Imagine being a robot human and seeing ‘locked. Please connect to iTunes’
Remedie X
Remedie X Vor 4 Monate
So many apple simps here. Peace
DIAMOND SôS Vor 4 Monate
@Davey don’t try to act like you didn’t come in here and reply looking for trouble lmao
Team Cloud Developers
@Davey no one cares that you cant afford it, or just had one bad experience and now your taking it out on other people who have a preference, also the orgianl comment was a freaking joke..
ImperialStudios Vor 5 Monate
@Davey use linux
Crynath Vor 5 Monate
@Davey hueheuehehhehe adoyyyy!!! i haaate apple! time to get people angry over a comment!! my opinion is juuust better than theirs!
Peter Yip
Peter Yip Vor 3 Monate
Uploading consciousness and making someone’s digital copy are two very distinct concepts. The latter simply lacks of the continuation of the experience of living, once the copy is made, it is a new soul if we define it that way, instead of the continuation of someone’s consciousness. And the former is just impossible in my opinion, which is not a technological matter, but a physical/,metaphysical one.
Robin Hodson
Robin Hodson Vor Monat
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.
Mediados Vor 2 Monate
"Well, it's complicated." Science would be boring if it wasn't.
DSM Vor 2 Monate
You know, mind upload is cool and all but it just doesn’t feel alright to leave our bodies behind and become all-powerful in your own world of your imagination but, didn’t your immune system fight and die for us to leave it behind for our selfish causes? Didn’t our body fight it way through the hardships and failures just for you to be able think it’s a pathetic meat sacks did it? After we’ve discovered all the secrets of our own universe done and seen everything life would seem pointless,the same routine would make us regret our choices after it’s too late to turn back you know, when we had a physical we had struggles,pain,sadness we had to make choices In this digital you have everything at your commands it would just be sad to repeat the same cycle again and again would it?
Nickoy Green
Nickoy Green Vor 16 Tage
Its really not that deep
Krizz Vor Monat
We know its far futuristic! But, leaving bodies is not because we want to, it is because it has to be so. We know computer is a machine and is built to achieve recurring functions until it is plugged, is that the case for mortal biological organs??? Definitely not! only if something like anti ageing potion or so may work😅. Or maybe replacing organs with tissue culture I guess. And about getting tired of doing the same cycle every time, even in the very present world there is an upcoming option for euthanasia. So same concept can be coded to get an option for deleting the very own conscious of ours. That's it!! It's extremely futuristic, ikr😂
Trigger Happy
Trigger Happy Vor 2 Monate
I mean that’s fair but even if our bodies keep us alive and protect us it has a limited life span and how long it can function the more we age the less it will function which is why people want to mind upload for immortality
Drepple Vor year
"Humans have historically been horrible at predicting the pace of progress." - a video related to cyberpunk
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.
DeRockProject & the Attack of the Really Long Channel Name
@【BL4NKTTY】 Did people a couple decades ago *genuinely* think that things shaped like cars, *shaped optimally to travel on ground,* will be what we will own and fly in the air?? Did they not look at planes and helis and think JUST maybe we'll just get compact streamlined versions of that?
Aaron Hale
Aaron Hale Vor 3 Monate
If we are ever able to successfully upload a functional, working, thinking brain, then we better be prepared for a truly sentient AI, because the computational power needed to host a human consciousness is way more than enough for a conscious AI
Comm Scan
Comm Scan Vor 3 Monate
@Phoenix 𝙾𝚙𝚎𝚗 𝙼𝚢 PROFILE It would be horrific, because machines do not need homeostasis, and the brain would continually attempt to do something it can't, which is to raise or lower its temperature by sweating, overworking, or otherwise. One has to understand that it isn't practical to simulate a brain that wants to do things it doesn't need to. Until we can figure out exactly which neurons control homeostasis and delete them from the connectome, we can't simulate animal brains directly.
StabbyMcBlade Vor 3 Monate
I've no doubt we will be able to upload our minds one day, but I don't think we'll be able to upload our actual self or consciousness, it would just be an identical copy of our minds/memories/personality
Ashutosh Rout
Ashutosh Rout Vor 4 Monate
The thing that I like the most is the way in which both of the aspects have been portrayed firmly And the decision is left to the viewer who is now in a position to decide which of the aspects are to be accounted and which shouldn't
Ashutosh Rout
Ashutosh Rout Vor 3 Monate
@Phoenix 𝙾𝚙𝚎𝚗 𝙼𝚢 PROFILE lmao
Bean Dar
Bean Dar Vor Monat
Any chance of being uploaded to a digital version of Hell for eternity because somebody hacked the system, is not a chance I’m taking. To that I say farewell to you all about 60 years from now
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
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
lamcho00 Vor year
Why assume simple brains can't understand simple behavior? On the other hand why assume complex brains can't understand themselves? Yeah maybe it's impossible, we simply don't know yet, so Ian Stewart is not really bringing any insight with that statement. Phasing something in an aesthetic way doesn't mean it's true. On the contrary my experience so far shows the opposite correlation. But my experience is not objective truth either. From everything I know about Neuroscience and Computer Science, I do think creating General (human like) AI or uploading human consciousness is more like a question of "When" rather than a question of "If". Sadly I most likely won't be alive to witness that future. Though with all great inventions, it can be weaponized, so maybe that's a good thing I won't be alive by that time.
X X Vor 2 Monate
It seems a better question would be “can you keep your brain alive forever”
Sturling Laguna
Sturling Laguna Vor 2 Monate
I always wondered this as a kid.. I feel like if I tried to upload my mind, my luck my copy would be like yup it worked and I'd be like no wait lol. Transferring the consciousness is one thing, but copying would suck cuz what if you were the copy and your body said delete it and try again. Oof so many what ifs ahh
A Milky Way Laniakea Superclusterite
I've come to the conclusion that _even with the Singularity's help_ in my lifetime the best I can hope for is to be a beta user. NO. THANKS. Even after they work out all the bugs I still would never risk creating a copy of me, for any sadistic fvck to torture endlessly in their personal virtual hell where they reign. Nope when I die I'm done.. "one then done."
A Milky Way Laniakea Superclusterite
@THE MAN Hell yes, something to not overlook. Just a quick and really good example: that Black Mirror episode where the corporation sold you an "Alexa" that knows how you like your eggs, your favorite clothing styles, all your personal tastes. So it becomes the ultimate personal assistant that runs your smart home, replies your email, and shops for you, all with flawless outcomes... Because they take a brain scan and create a virtual you, which they then stick in solitary confinement for 1000 years (where you wouldn't die or age) until you agree to serve as the Alexa for the _real you_ in reality.
THE MAN Vor 2 Monate
Frick i did not think about that. Eternal torture
rehan khan
rehan khan Vor 28 Tage
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.
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
ridespirals Vor year
@UCL5-g8KYXhliJsXMKq-0LsA there's no way in hell your mom or any adult is going to give 2 shits how many subs you have get the fuck outta here
Spaceman Spiff
I love how most of these replies are just complaining about spam
Gunja Vor year
yes the animation is different
makethisgowhoosh Vor 2 Monate
This is a great video that examines all the hard questions. But we do already have the promise of eternal life. Why would anyone want a bad copy?
Warren Ford
Warren Ford Vor 14 Tage
There was a part of me that is very excited about the idea of creating a digital copy of my mind and having it live forever and to also have its own experience. experiences of a reality that comes with it's own experience. it will form and shape its own reality to the point where it's not me anymore. There is also a part of me that understand that a copy would be imprisoned forever and by whatever means it is likely to be used as a means of memory storage or whatever which is almost like an enslavement not exactly freedom. Also the lack of interaction with our actual physical universe would make it an unrealistic experience since you would only have your mind that interpret and create it's own version of its existence. you are creating experiences with that your self that are not exactly real because you're not interacting with anything that is real So the idea puts me on the fence I would love to see the idea grow but at the same time I feel bad about the idea of doing that to myself for a the simple fact that I know that I would be imprisoning my mind. am I wrong?
Piechew Community
Piechew Community Vor 2 Monate
if my mind got uploaded i would just live like i do right now, just with less inconveniences
Enlightened Eyes
The part about "living forever" making us bored always bothered me. If we had the technology to love forever, we would surely also have the tech to not be bored
PorcoDaNet Vor Monat
We can love forever
Mr Think
Mr Think Vor year
Everyone gansta until the internet disconnects
Glitch Vor 8 Monate
Lol the shutdown apocalypse
Wealthify ✅
Wealthify ✅ Vor 9 Monate
Hi here
WantedBird55's random channel of weirdness.
@Junho Lee Obliteration of your very existence
WantedBird55's random channel of weirdness.
Or a solar storm obliterates their minds forever
Fedico7000 Vor 10 Monate
When you're a mind constantly browsing a cyberscape and the internet disconnects for a sec but it feels like literal years.
Mike Russell
Mike Russell Vor 2 Monate
So i have had the concept cross my mind before seeing this, i think the greatest fear my mind came up with was, say this did happen and I uploaded my mind into a computer. My mind would shut off and cease to exist, while a pseudo form of my mind existed in the computer. while not being me at all :p i thought this was a scary answer my mind came up with lol
HunnitFlat Vor Monat
The parallelism with the universe to particle physics and quantum mechanics in this video is Brazy
Jarno Dijkstra
Jarno Dijkstra Vor 24 Tage
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.
Zakaizu Vor 3 Monate
I mean, would the digital version really be "you"? It could behave as you would, but does the conscious really die with our physical bodies?
supl1an Vor year
"The brain is the most complex and important organ in the human body" - *the brain*
Parroti lol
Parroti lol Vor 10 Monate
@C Aid what is a fuckboy lol
Evo Vor year
As discussed in the video though, maybe consciousness is greater than the sum of all our physical parts, including the full brain. In that case, it’s more like we are admiring the brain from an outside plain of existence... weird.
Livid Vor year
@Leaflet_ " " " The brain is the most complex and important organ in the human body-the brain"-the brain. Brainception"-The brain" -the brain
Livid Vor year
@Jacob Chen " " " The brain is the most important organ in the brain-the brain"-the brain" continue the chain" -the brain
Xanh Fei
Xanh Fei Vor year
Its fun games untill you realize the brain already take control of your mind.
This is one thing that you can't tell if it's really scary or really cool
The Brunettographer
The Brunettographer Vor 2 Monate
I kind of want to donate my brain to scientists for this specific reason
mister koneko
mister koneko Vor Monat
Man, rewatching this video still gives me existential crisis. I mean most of this channel's vids are
pat a
pat a Vor Monat
The problem would be the limitations of the simulation your mind be created in.. you would need a network so fast and so complex creating that system would be just as complex as learning how to copy.. the only reasonable method would be uploading your mind into a portable machine body and brain..
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
Sean Harris
Sean Harris Vor 24 Tage
My worry is that even if you can simulate or even create an exact working copy of a consciousness, the original consciousness/being will still be unsaveable, and the new one will just be a new copy, ya know?
Yogesh Nagar
Yogesh Nagar Vor 26 Tage
imagine the amount of date that run this simulation we live into if this is run by some type 3 civ. i strongly believe we are living in some simulation and everything that we experiance or see is just projected in our brains.
Ben Ranson
Ben Ranson Vor 2 Monate
"Our first assumption is that consciousness is in the brain." _Buddha has left the chat_
Manoj Ramesh
Manoj Ramesh Vor 2 Monate
Lol......F my 🧠
Robert Robert
Robert Robert Vor 3 Monate
This might sound as a very silly idea, but what if we kept the mind (so the brain), and we replaced everything else with mechanics? I mean, the bionic limbs already exist, and they respond if they are connected to our nervous system. And there are already people with artificial hearts, and i think other organs too. So why do we not get rid of the body and replace it with bionic parts and limbs that are not so prone to injury, getting old, that are not so fragile and which could eventually help us live much much more? Even forever maybe. So basically we just keep the brain (also the skull and eyes, ears etc) but we replace everything else with a kind of robot that reacts to our nervous system but it is much more durable.
Barium Selenided
Barium Selenided Vor 3 Monate
Well that wouldn’t give the full perks of being digitalized, but it would certainly get closer to immortality. Personally, I’d rather take my chances at becoming digital than being a Robobrain from Fallout lol. But it’s a good idea too
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
@lion YT 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
@lion YT Well I'm also missing out on the afterlife promised by every other religion so what's one more eh?
lion YT
lion YT Vor year
@Jeff Vader okay but u will lose the afterlife 💔
Jeff Vader
Jeff Vader Vor year
@lion YT No thanks.
Chase B
Chase B Vor 21 Tag
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.
David Robinson
David Robinson Vor 22 Tage
Wonderful subject to consider. I wonder if our minds/brains are so specialized. 🤔
David Robinson
David Robinson Vor 22 Tage
Why have we not begun with the basic molecular material. I don't think what there is as complex as what is being imagend.
Joey Kauhi
Joey Kauhi Vor 3 Monate
Just found this channel. I know what I'll be watching until the sun comes up!
How To Terraform Venus (Quickly)