Bina48 mentioned in NYTimes Photography Review of “Humanoid”

March 29th, 2017. News, News Coverage, Uncategorized. No Comments.

Tweet NYT Photography; “One of the most amazing parts of Mr. Aguilera-Hellweg’s book comes at the end, where he has pictures of Bina48, a geminoid bust made by Martine Rothblatt to resemble her spouse, Bina Rothblatt, who spent 20 hours recording her life history. Those recordings were programmed into the machine, along with other algorithms, to read more…

Volunteer your time, talent, and skills at the LifeNaut Project!

September 20th, 2016. Lifenaut Users, Uncategorized. No Comments.

Tweet At LifeNaut.com we are always looking for inspired and dynamic Volunteers and Interns that would like to contribute to the growth and development of the LifeNaut Project. If you have skills in Mentoring, Web/Mobile App Development,PR,Marketing,Volunteer Engagement and Social Networking please visit our Volunteer Sign-Up link or send us an email (terasm@gmavt.net) and we will contact you to read more…

Whoopi talks to Bina48!

August 5th, 2016. Lifenaut Users, News Coverage. No Comments.

Tweet The Terasem Movement Foundation continues to push the boundaries of innovation and has a created  a robotic artificial intelligence system, Bina48, that uses software to simulate the human mind.  The hope is that this will allow those we love to still be with us even when their bodies are gone. Start creating your free mindfile today read more…

Dear NYC/NJ/CT Lifenaut Participants.. CBS News would like to hear from you..

April 18th, 2016. Uncategorized. 4 Comments.

Tweet April 18th, 2016 CBS NEWS NY is featuring the Terasem Movement Foundation and the LifeNaut Project in a story airing on Thursday, April 28th at 11pm. As part of the story, we’d like to include local people in the NY/NJ/CT area who have signed up and are in the process of uploading their “mind files.” read more…

Morgan Freeman explores the soul of A.I. in Story of God clip

March 31st, 2016. News, News Coverage, Robotics. No Comments.

Tweet By Aaron Sagers Mar 29, 2016 Morgan Freeman is already known the world over as the preeminent voice of pop culture, and the movie embodiment of God, but in the new National Geographic Series The Story of God, Freeman travels the world on a journey of biblical proportions. For example, in the first episode, “Beyond Death,” read more…

The LifeNaut Project and Harvard University and the Personal Genome Project team up at Fall Conference September 12,13th, 2015

August 27th, 2015. Uncategorized. No Comments.

Tweet The Mind First Foundation & the Personal Genome Project at Harvard University are hosting a conference featuring the cutting edge of neuroscience, biology, cognitive science, AI, and open-access research. Register to attend for 60% off the public rate by using the code Lifenauts@MindEx2015 and join in the hands-on, brains-on experience. Meet leaders & pioneers read more…

Bina48 Featured on Bloomberg Business

February 12th, 2015. News Coverage, Robotics. No Comments.

Tweet Bin48 was featured on Bloomberg Business during an interview with Martine Rothblatt, inventor of the robot Bina48, about MindClones. Watch the interview below…  

Mindclones from Social Media: New Research from Stanford Suggests Feasibility

January 20th, 2015. Human Avatars, News Coverage, Personality Archiving. No Comments.

Tweet One of the more controversial ideas of transhumanism is the notion of mind uploading where the essence of a person, their mind, would be transferred to a computer. A related but less ambitious project is constructing a simulated “second self” or mindclone to continue your personality, work and relationships after death. Or perhaps just read more…

Computers are Better Judges of Personality Than Friends and Family

January 20th, 2015. Personality Archiving. No Comments.

Tweet Computers can judge personality traits far more precisely than ever believed, according to newly published research. In fact, they might do so better than one’s friends and colleagues. The study, published Jan. 12 and conducted jointly by researchers at Stanford University and the University of Cambridge, compares the ability of computers and people to read more…

This Thanksgiving, give back to your future

November 26th, 2014. News. No Comments.

Tweet Leave your great-great-grandchildren something to remember you by with a Lifenaut Biofile. We’ll store your DNA for you* and in lab conditions, so a piece of you will always live on. And maybe someday, you’ll finally be eating turkey in that flying car you wanted.   Lifenaut Biofiles are stored as part of the BioFile project. Our read more…