Entrepreneur Josh Bocanegra attracted a lot of attention when he announced his new artificial intelligence company Humai.
Why? Because he claims that by 2045, they’ll be able to resurrect the dead.
The new company are aiming to “extend and enhance life” by freezing human brains for extended periods of time using cryonics, a deep freezing technology using very low temperatures, and then putting them into artificial bodies.
But Josh claims the company’s ultimate goal is to preserve a human brain BEFORE a person dies.
He claims if they were able to transplant a live person’s brain into a bionic body, than it would “achieve a point where no one has to die at all.”
Josh hopes to accomplish this in the next 30 years.
Responding to any criticism he and the company may face over their shocking proposal, he says: “There are promising breakthroughs happening every year in neuroscience and biotechnology.”
“We plan to implement [these breakthroughs] as we work towards performing the first surgical procedure of restoring and implanting a human brain to a new bionic body.”