computer scientist and futurist Ray Kurzweilhumanity will reach immortality and artificial intelligence He created special timelines that predict when it will reach the singularity. If his predictions come true, it may be enough to skip the next seven years for your chance to live forever.
Kurzweil, 1990of a computer until 2000 He has a reasonable track record of making predictions about technology, accurately predicting that he will beat the world chess champions, the rise of portable computers and smartphones, the transition to more wireless technology, and predicting that it will rise before the massive rise of the internet becomes apparent.
in 2010, to see how they progress 20 years ago He also revised his predictions. In that review, he made 147 predictions for the years from 1990 to 2010. 115He said that .8 were “completely true”, the other 12 were fundamentally true, and only 3 were completely false. Certainly, Driverless until 2009 Some of his predictions were not quite accurate as the vehicles would be in use.
Hence, claims of immortality though braveshould not be completely ignored. Kurzweil has been making bold predictions like this for a while now, and his predictions come true pretty close to the dates he originally set.
Kurzweil, 2017’de FuturismHe told . I set the date 2045 for the ‘Singularity’.”
Anyone can be immortal
In terms of immortality, Kurzweil by 2030 “human life expectancy” last “more than a year every year” He believes we can extend it. part of it nanobots It will happen as our blood flows through our circulation, makes repairs, and transfers our brains to the cloud. When this happens, we will be able to send videos directly from our brains as well as back up our memories.
According to Kurzweilthe singularity is not something to be afraid of, it is something that will heal people and eventually make us “divine”. in 2015 “We’re going to be funnier. We will be more sexy. We will be better at expressing loving feelings,” he said, adding: “For two seconds 10,000 computers If I want to access it, I can do it wirelessly and it replicates itself ten thousand times in the cloud. our neocortex We will do that with.”