Max Tegmark – Transhuman Brains
Transhuman brains are a fusion of super-artificial Intelligence (AI) and hyper-advanced electronic technology with neurobiological tissues. Not only is the goal to improve brain function and reduce disease, but it’s also to repair injuries and minimize diseases. How far can transhuman brains be developed? What does this mean for the individual’s consciousness and identity? Virtual immortality is possible. What is the ethics and morality of transhuman brains? What are the risks?
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Max Tegmark is a Professor of Physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Max Tegmark holds a BS degree in Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. He also has a BA degree in Economics. He has also received a MA in physics and a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley.
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