The rise of artificial intelligence is so frightening to many people that many are even using it to “resurrect” the dead.
Can the artificial intelligence To explain what the “perfect person” looks like, to describe what the “perfect job” looks like or what the “perfect partner” looks like, but its rapid growth seems scary to some people.
Interestingly, more and more people are trying to use artificial intelligence to bring their dead relatives and friends “back to life”.
One of them is the inventor and futurist Ray KurzweilWhich uses artificial intelligence to “regenerate” some of its lost relatives.
Specifically, mr Kurzweil He is trying to “bring back” his father, who died when the inventor was only 22 years old. His efforts began about ten years ago.
How exactly, then, Kurzweil He set out to create a ‘version’ of his father?
Well, it all started with feeding the AI system his father’s letters, articles, and musical compositions.
However, his bizarre plans don’t stop there, as he now hopes to one day bring him back to life using nanotechnology and DNA from his father’s buried bones. So far he has not achieved anything.
However, by 2045, Kurzweil estimates that humans will be able to connect their brains to machines, and he has more ambitious plans for the father. In something that would truly make history, he believes that nanomachines will be able to revive his father within a few years.