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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 (email@example.com) and we will contact you to explore volunteer opportunities.
Bruce Duncan, Volunteer Coordinator at LifeNaut.com
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.”
If you would like to share your experience so far, they welcome you to email or call Mary McGeever, 212-975-5623 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The LifeNaut Project and Harvard University and the Personal Genome Project team up at Fall Conference September 12,13th, 2015
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 in genomics, microbiomics, neuroscience, psychology, artificial intelligence, participatory research, citizen science, and open-access research, including Drs. Martine Rothblatt, Ed Boyden, George Church, and Ronald Kessler.
Learn how to join thousands of others in using your own data to contribute to research around the world.
Promo Code for 60% Off Registration: Lifenauts@MindEx2015
Excellent article about Bina48, LifeNaut and Androids in the July 2012 #5 Huffington (Post) magazine.
In his January 2010, essay “Killed by Bad Philosophy” Ken Hayworth discusses “mind uploading” from a philosophical perspective that includes a discussion of “what is the self” and a warning to not let current “scientific” philosophy lead to a “fatal” error in judgement about the possibility of “mind uploading”. http://www.brainpreservation.org/documents/killed_by_bad_philosophy.pdf . I found his essay to be a fairly comprehensive look at several aspects of mind uploading. On the subject of what makes you “u”, he recognizes that the “self” is constantly evolving and being developed by the moment to moment experiences and memories we build everyday and is different from our “sense of being present” .e.g POV self. At LifeNaut.com we encourage interested people to get started early building a “mind-file”, so as to capture as many ‘Bemes’ (memories,attitudes,values, beliefs and mannerisms) to be ahead of the curve, when AI software called ” mind-ware” can one day use that information to transfer your “unique’ information / consciousness to new forms eg. robots, computers, bodies.
At www.LifeNaut.com, we are often asked how would it work and why would you want to create a Mindflile. Creating a digital record (Mindfile) of a person’s unique characteristics (attitudes,values,mannerisms, and beliefs) may one day enable artificial intelligence software to transfer “a good enough copy” a person’s mind to a computer and one day even download it into a new body? This is an interesting talk on the subject given by Dr. Martine Rothblatt at the ASIM Expert Series….
Abstract: “I do think, however, there is a (natural) tendency to way overestimate the importance of copying our brain structure to copying our minds. I think our minds will be uploadable in good enough shape to satisfy most everyone by reconstructing them from information stored in software mind files such as diaries, videos, personality inventories, saved google voice conversations, chats, and chatbot conversations. The reconstruction process will be iteratively achieved with AI software designed for this purpose, dubbed mindware.“ Learn More…..