Can You Upload Your Mind & Live Forever?

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The desire to be free from the limits of the human experience is as old as our first stories. We exist in an endless universe, only bound by the laws of physics and yet, our consciousness is trapped in mortal machines made of meat. With the breathtaking explosion of innovation and progress, for the first time the concept of leaving our flesh piles behind and uploading our minds into a digital utopia seems possible. Even like the logical next step on our evolutionary ladder.

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  • Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

    Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

    7 mánuðum síðan

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    • G

      G

      Mánuði síðan

      Humans may also simulate being superheroes with any superpower that we always wanted from childhood, for example. We can live inside our favorite movies, TV series, novels, etc. I am pretty excited for the future generations that will experience this, too bad we probably won't.

    • bruh

      bruh

      3 mánuðum síðan

      e

    • spicy water

      spicy water

      3 mánuðum síðan

      The only probolem you would have is that even if you could copie your conscience to another it would not be you, you would have to move the conscience in order to be yourself

    • Cam

      Cam

      4 mánuðum síðan

      Please do an episode on Nanotechnology

    • lightspeed bubble

      lightspeed bubble

      4 mánuðum síðan

      Sorry Kurzgesagt but living an eternity in a digital utopia is wrong and here's why: There will always be billions, quadrillions or sextillions of planets within our hubble sphere where life is having a very bad time (possibly much worse than here) and they could use our help. Every civilization capable of helping others can contribute to raising the average quality of life in the entire universe, even if said universe is infinite, provided everyone participates in their own region of space. Living a selfish super-happy eternal life will only be an option when space has expanded enough so everyone is out of everyone else's reach. So let's ride our stellar engine as fast as possible through our galaxy and have this eternal utopia discussion in a few trillion years when we spend the rest of our existence harvesting Milkdromeda's black hole's angular momentum with mirrors.

  • Blue Shell

    Blue Shell

    5 klukkustundum síðan

    God, reminds me of Soma.
    That game fucked me up so badly.

  • D4RK Minigun Bob

    D4RK Minigun Bob

    7 klukkustundum síðan

    I’m saying this before I start the video, what do you do if the thing holding your digital Brain is hit with an emp? Since they fry wherever electronics they hit, wouldn’t that digitally kill you? Because if so, I think I’ll keep my flesh bag

  • GRasputin91

    GRasputin91

    14 klukkustundum síðan

    "you might be having an endless psychotic breakdown"
    Thank goodness this technology is out of reach. There are some aspects of the universe we are simply not meant to know

  • ApolloCreedAoC

    ApolloCreedAoC

    16 klukkustundum síðan

    I've already uploaded what's left of my mind to floppy disc

  • Utku Demir

    Utku Demir

    17 klukkustundum síðan

    On the future that we had this technology, knowing important things and ruling the world would be some super minds' job and mortal minds would be so lazy to learn something new I guess.

  • Rhys_Lloyd2611

    Rhys_Lloyd2611

    18 klukkustundum síðan

    I think the most feasible way for it to work would be the way Simulacrums work in the TitanFall universe, still alive head and and brain that transmits thoughts to the computer mind of the synthetic body

  • Star Vids 1348

    Star Vids 1348

    20 klukkustundum síðan

    In the Beginning, your Human animation was simple, now your animation has gone more complex, At the very beginning of the video I see a person and to me that 2d person actually almost looked like 3d animation. I love science and space and things that are cool. You did an outstanding job on this video. 👍

  • Saigiel

    Saigiel

    Degi Síðan síðan

    The animation is just so sick!!! Illustrator is hard so props to the animators!!!

  • Preston Schreck

    Preston Schreck

    Degi Síðan síðan

    I know what mind upload is thanks to cells to singularity

  • the pro gamer

    the pro gamer

    Degi Síðan síðan

    Who is watching from the future

  • Claymore Zenith ° 21,943 years ago

    Claymore Zenith ° 21,943 years ago

    Degi Síðan síðan

    The process of discombobulation is very deep and beautiful, we first collect the horse poop and soak it in left over Belle Delphine bathwater and let it dry in the sun for a day, now we collect the left over Among us Potion from N&A productions, we then grab the holy water for later usage. Now 1 day later the horse poop is doing great, now we take the horse poop and pour Among Us potion from N&A Productions over it and spray it with holy water, it should be like a cement substance now, we let it dry for 2 hours, now it should be as heavy as a brick and feel like one too, we then collect samples of coolen down magma, we then break down the horse poop brick into smaller pieces and reforge it with the hidden magma pieces in it, we then drop it off at a volcano located at Hawaii, we collect a few samples of the molten down brick and bring it inside, we then cool it down by putting it in holy water, now it should be harder than stone, we then paint it in such a manner that it would make Leo cry because its so ugly, let it dry for 4 hours to make what you kids know as Discombobulation!

  • anti flop

    anti flop

    Degi Síðan síðan

    0:59 : reject humanity, returne *DUCK*

  • Lumitic

    Lumitic

    Degi Síðan síðan

    this is literally all inside your brain

  • A. Purnell

    A. Purnell

    Degi Síðan síðan

    A brain that is not uploaded with specific tasks or goal inputs that last as long as the electric systems that maintain it will not have desires or behaviors and will be functionally dead. This is a pipe dream.

  • A. Purnell

    A. Purnell

    Degi Síðan síðan

    Good luck!

  • chiron

    chiron

    2 dögum síðan

    Back in 2039, I uploaded my mind to the company server. Someone edited it, made a copy & deleted the original.
    Fortunately I was able to time travel back to 2038 & decided not to upload again.

  • Costantine mf 420

    Costantine mf 420

    2 dögum síðan

    Then we would have to reach 100& of our brain capacity.... and we know that thats boring B)

  • Hendra One

    Hendra One

    2 dögum síðan

    Why don't we just simulate interaction between atoms, and let them evolve by themselves to create organic substances

  • HuSam Ǝmran

    HuSam Ǝmran

    2 dögum síðan

    how long this video take time to be created ? it was awesome and full of information

  • Jan Groen

    Jan Groen

    2 dögum síðan

    just make sure you have an anti-virus program

  • Radrook2

    Radrook2

    2 dögum síðan

    From a Christian perspective, that would be impossible because the almighty creator wants people to age, sicken and die. You cannot win a contest of will against an almighty being.

  • Radrook2

    Radrook2

    2 dögum síðan

    Nahhh! Data isn't consciousness and a copy isn't you.

  • Go to a happy place

    Go to a happy place

    3 dögum síðan

    imagine being in a digital jail you could never escape.. yuck

  • Daniel Ora

    Daniel Ora

    3 dögum síðan

    Man this is pure scientific art

  • ytr0811

    ytr0811

    3 dögum síðan

    想像をこえるー

  • Kevin

    Kevin

    3 dögum síðan

    I think a fundamental problem that a lot of these grounded speculative works about mind uploading almost always miss is that I doubt we actually need to model the brain down to the molecular level. I think with greater understanding of how the different neural pathways of the brain work a lot of this can be modeled. I kind of wonder if we could wind up in something of a nightmare dystopia where the fidelity of your brain scan is reliant upon your wealth or status. Where the very rich and powerful _can_ afford molecular-level, perfect brain scans and the poorest will only get much rougher, loosely modeled scans that only really map out and record individual deviations from a standard model "normal" brain. It could also scale, where the loosest model is cheaper because it takes up less storage space and processing power to run, and where maybe some basic, so-called "non-individual" parts of the brain aren't even personal to you and are instead offloaded to a centralized service. Then the scale of fidelity moves up, with more parts of your brain actually recorded, more models of smaller tasks are created, and essentially your brain's processes get broken down like iterations of a fractal, with higher tiers meaning that more neural sub-routine approximate models are generated and recorded until you get to the point where that web of approximate algorithms basically traces your actual neurons.
    I doubt, too, that modeling the individual neurochemical molecules and receptors on each neuron is necessary, even at a cellular-geometry level of fidelity. A neurons should be able to be modeled as just an object with a tree-style data structure of which other neurons it connects with, how sensitive it is, etc... make a matrix of neurons something like "N7A45FF" and then assign properties to it. I mean, even at a high level of detail, you could probably just set a neuron's number of receptors in a synapse as a variable "N7A45FF.SYNREC4F.SENSITIVITY" and then treat that neuron's number of receptors as a threshold value that must be overcome by a function "SYNAPSE_WILLITFIRE(NEURON.SEND, NERUON.RECEIVE)" in order to trigger a neuron firing. Like, threshold for N1 is 8, and if you want N1 to fire, then N2 would have to release more Dopamine than that plus constant/ global values that accounts for diffusion, reuptake losses, cerebrospinal fluid tonicity, hormonal effects, glucose levels, etc... and other things that either have a permanent effect on how neurochems transmit or are going to be affected by hormones that aren't permanent but are temporarily universal.
    That gets me to the bigger point. I don't think the problem is really trying to make an electron microscope scan of every atom in a brain. As the study in this video mentioned, we can _already do that._ It's just really, really slow and inefficient, and it takes up, what, many yottabytes of data? If that's the route you go, then storage wouldn't be the issue so much as RAM and the processing power required to handle all of that raw data at any given time, let alone trying to model all the physics of the neurons in real time. What we really need to make brain uploading work is a better understanding of how the brain and neural pathways work on a theoretical level. Once we can break a neural pathway down to an accurately representative algorithm, then we don't need to model the exact shape of a neuron. Once we can turn each pathway or neuron into a code abstraction, objects and functions, then the mechanism by which it works doesn't matter.
    The brain is a computer, we just need to understand how it works better and then we can emulate it and port it over to a different hardware architecture. When someone writes an NES emulator, that emulator doesn't have to model the physical layout of all the components, the chemical composition of the IC's, how many electrons are flowing through a given circuit, whether or not the controller is all gunked up with cheetoh paste, etc... it just needs to be a software abstraction of how the original chips routed a 1 or a 0. So long as a simulated brain will reliably give the same output for a given input as the original meat, then functionally the difference is non-existant.
    I think the key to being able to break the brain down into these kinds of logical abstractions will be brain-machine interfacing. Once we have direct links between the brain and digital I/O, then we will be able to actually feed the brain identical inputs and read precise outputs, rather than trying to rely on the fuzzy human sensory organs for input and on the wildly imprecise, inaccurate, and unreliable outputs that are EEG scans and _what the clothed monkey in front of you tells you the output is._ It would be like trying to create an accurate NES in software only by playing a game on it. Being able to interface directly with the brain will give us the same kinds of data that you can get from the NES by opening the case, desoldering everything, and poking at every individual part with an oscilloscope. The brain-machine interface will almost certainly be the thing that will allow us to actually reverse-engineer the brain, or rather, the _mind_ in software. Until then, we're just not able to really get close enough to the meat jelly hardware to really understand how the circuitry works.
    Side note, too, if you just scan the brain and make a second copy, then you still die IRL. It's basically the same as just cloning yourself. _YOU WANT_ that brain interface, because what you want is to slowly add more and more silicon to your brain, interface with computers, let parts of your thought processes be offloaded to external computers and then get reintegration to your primary brain to get used to jt, and generally jusy replace it little by little, so that the stream of consciousness that is you will slowly transition into the ephemeral software mind that can be eternal. The ship of theseus is the model for making your mind and soul immortal without having a hard cut where you suddenly cease to exist and a new entity is birthed from the void. It would be like sending someone a copy of your save state and having them start playing your game. It's not your game anymore.

  • RAJARSHI RAY PHOTOGRAPHY

    RAJARSHI RAY PHOTOGRAPHY

    3 dögum síðan

    Weed users already accomplished it long ago!

  • FastleFroon

    FastleFroon

    3 dögum síðan

    this sounds like a plot for a movie or series or something :O

    • Randall Burks

      Randall Burks

      Degi Síðan síðan

      "Chappie" talks about this.

  • Russ

    Russ

    3 dögum síðan

    The guy who uploaded his mind to a Minecraft Hardcore world: fuck.

  • Dorian Schütz

    Dorian Schütz

    4 dögum síðan

    this is sicening

  • asdf

    asdf

    4 dögum síðan

    What's the point of living as a machine for 3000 years? Like, is there an actual reason or do we want to live forever just because?
    I can't be the only one who opposes this.

  • ItzToazty

    ItzToazty

    4 dögum síðan

    y not put brain in other bode

  • Manu

    Manu

    4 dögum síðan

    What if this IS the simulation and we just don't know it yet...

  • Cold Medicine

    Cold Medicine

    4 dögum síðan

    Masha allah

  • Cold Medicine

    Cold Medicine

    4 dögum síðan

    Amazing

  • Savage Z Cabbage

    Savage Z Cabbage

    4 dögum síðan

    Surprised that the video hasn't had to be reposted for updates

  • Purple Beats

    Purple Beats

    5 dögum síðan

    And wouldn't a quantum computer solve the problem with what the atoms will do?

  • Purple Beats

    Purple Beats

    5 dögum síðan

    We should make biological copies of our younger self's and then transfer the brain too the new body.
    Though it's required that we drove the aging of the brain, maybe through NAD therapy or something. Would be cool if someone would let scientists try it

  • BLACK FATHER

    BLACK FATHER

    5 dögum síðan

    Consciousness can exist outside of the brain according to surgery patients who had out of body experiences during surgery. So somehow our consciousness is assigned to our particular body or dna 🧬 I suppose 🤔

  • Will Alberts

    Will Alberts

    5 dögum síðan

    Downside to living as a digital brain: floating point error. Seems like a slow descent into digital brain cancer!

  • homerobocanegra garcia

    homerobocanegra garcia

    5 dögum síðan

    Kurzegast in a nutshell, if you stop making videos dont delete them

  • Jee Neet

    Jee Neet

    5 dögum síðan

    Best video in the world now can you tell who researches it I mean a doc or Engineering PhD etc etc that does it completely ya know

  • know un

    know un

    5 dögum síðan

    the start of this video just sounds like CoC

  • PurpleHoks

    PurpleHoks

    6 dögum síðan

    "Altered carbon" the best serie about this

  • NeaonBHB

    NeaonBHB

    6 dögum síðan

    The thing that I can't quite wrap my head around is the idea of the self... if we are essentially saying that there's no soul that goes away when we die, what can meaningfully be called "me"? Do I really care if a digital copy of me lives for a million years after I've been combusted? But how does someone even know that they are the same person after sleeping and waking in the morning? Consciousness has been broken for much of that time... maybe this is no different... very difficult questions...

  • vergil the demon

    vergil the demon

    6 dögum síðan

    Better to die then living forever, we came from nothing we will go to nothing anyway so why spend hours trying to find immortality than better finding a peaceful and a happy and a limited life to spend

  • Michael Dees

    Michael Dees

    6 dögum síðan

    Too bad CyberPunk 2077 sucks ass like a Dyson sucks dust.

  • adriel cooley

    adriel cooley

    6 dögum síðan

    This be some matrix shit

  • Aero Infinity

    Aero Infinity

    7 dögum síðan

    It's all fun and games till someone does a factory reset

  • every name i make is cringe

    every name i make is cringe

    7 dögum síðan

    The feat. Cyberpunk 2077 was removed

  • Mozokuni

    Mozokuni

    7 dögum síðan

    The answer is yes. I did it about four months ago and I've been living in your phone ever since.

  • EmilianoCh321

    EmilianoCh321

    7 dögum síðan

    According to the average American thinking the title should say "You're"

  • chuck sellers

    chuck sellers

    7 dögum síðan

    you would still be the person who's mind was uploaded, so the uploaded brain will never be you. It is a copy, and you are you.

  • ohcyt

    ohcyt

    7 dögum síðan

    Are you still you? What is your digital mind worth? Wouldn’t it be simulated? Would you live forever? I don’t want to live forever.

  • sharad bhatt

    sharad bhatt

    7 dögum síðan

    I think mind uplode is a bad idea

  • Jake

    Jake

    8 dögum síðan

    this is materialism

  • wheelbite14

    wheelbite14

    8 dögum síðan

    Geez, from that description, it sounds like maybe we're already simulations.

    • ꅏꍟꍏꌚꍟ꒒

      ꅏꍟꍏꌚꍟ꒒

      3 dögum síðan

      I mean we can't understand anything. The more we zoom something we know the things that make it is also made of things which then repeats and repeats. The more we zoom space, the infinite it seems, then what is universe expanding into? The more we zoom a black hole, the infinitely small it's singularity looks like. Is everything made of something? Is there no fundamental particle? Is everything made of infinitely small things? The machine some life forms made to simulate us is designed in such a way that we can never break that barrier. If quantum physics and newer experiments are true then things only exist if observed and everything is everything until observed. Basically there is nothing behind me, but when I turn it appears and when I turn back it vanishes again. (If that's true) If we are indeed simulated, then there might be some truth to god, because well that life form and their machine created us, but everything else in religion is fantasy. Heaven and hell could be things used to control these or something.

  • 판사님 저는오늘만 삽니다

    판사님 저는오늘만 삽니다

    8 dögum síðan

    video explain how greatful if we could up load conscious on matrix.
    me : so how is matrix fap?

  • Vieneen Petturi

    Vieneen Petturi

    8 dögum síðan

    uploading brain into machine feels like god would dress up as human..
    downgrading at best

  • Biednymaniek

    Biednymaniek

    9 dögum síðan

    Read the Massage i write
    previues.

  • Saitama A-Hero-for-fun

    Saitama A-Hero-for-fun

    9 dögum síðan

    Paradigm Shift.

  • It's Aperson

    It's Aperson

    9 dögum síðan

    Everybody gangster until you get dragged to the trashcan

  • Bleenderhead

    Bleenderhead

    9 dögum síðan

    The scan takes petabytes of storage, but that is just a "dumb" volumetric scan that goes down to the level of cells; to even get to the "wiring diagram" that you would need to simulate with rules, you've implied another hidden step, which is to extract the actual structure of neurons and their connections from that scan, which requires very sophisticated computer vision/reconstruction algorithms.
    That being said, if you COULD do that, it would no doubt take up much less space, being a more concise representation of the important structure rather than a stack of electron microscope images sampled densely for fear of missing anything.

  • scpwiki account

    scpwiki account

    9 dögum síðan

    Imagine if a few people didn't join the "Upload your mind" fest and stayed behind. Now they have complete domination over all of humanity because they have the power to turn off the server with all the people's minds and erase all of then for once and for all. So people would have to praise and serve them like they are some sort of God, or else they could just erase you or scramble your code and make you suffer eternally.

  • Matt Burke

    Matt Burke

    9 dögum síðan

    Now do quantum computing!

  • Wake

    Wake

    9 dögum síðan

    Just me or this video felt like 20 mins

  • Ra'Heem Baines

    Ra'Heem Baines

    9 dögum síðan

    The best application of this technology would be allowing a person to copy his mind before his death so that his love one's could speak with him during his funeral, or privately then decommissioning it in deleting the copy immediately after.
    But calling it conquering death, or living on after death is just idiotic the person clearly died in no one know what clearly constitutes a human being it could be Body Soul and Spirit the eternal corporeal elements of our being which I believe, or more who knows.

  • Ra'Heem Baines

    Ra'Heem Baines

    9 dögum síðan

    But if you're just making a copy that's not really you.
     Rather you upload your brain or not you still die. To say such thing's as it's still you, or I'll live on after you die is more a philosophical argument because the flesh in blood you that existed prior to your copy is long dead by that time, and the concepts of soul and spirits which I believe exists in each of us hasn't been debunked as of yet which grants the idea you live on eternally in a different form as far as science knows is as real as anything else. Creating a copy of you conscience or mind is simply just a person that wants some part of him left behind that's not really him because he's actually already dead in gone.

    • Ra'Heem Baines

      Ra'Heem Baines

      7 dögum síðan

      @Justin sutton Okay let's go ahead in talk about the flawed Uranium-238•235 trope because this is everything to you guy's. So let me strike at the heart so to speak. So their's too types of known uranium 235 and 238 which we're both familiar with, 235 is the one they want for nuclear bombs in most of natural Uranium is 238 that's why they enrich the Uranium in 235 to make for bomb grade Uranium. The determinations over the last 85 years have primarily been by direct counting using the Geiger counter method ["when they use a Geiger counter in front of a uranium simple each click of the Geiger counter is a uranium atom that's decayed, so you sick the Geiger counter in front of it for a whole year in measure a million counts in a year that's a million atoms that's decayed in a year so you know the rate of decay."] The current recommended half-lifes are 4.4683 billion years for u238, and 203 million years for u235. Now here's the but the optimum lead lead ages still have the affect on them of the crucial uranium 238-235 ratio, basically uranium 238 decay's to 206 lead, and 235 decay's to 207 lead in if you're gonna make ages based on comparing the leads you better know what the ratio was between uranium to begin with, in here's when they say the rate of decay was always constant. In like I said unless scientist has been their for billions of year's measuring the earth's decay rate their wrong, they've been taking the last 70-80 years of measurements not the last billion and extrapolating that over the last 4 in half billion years, basically measuring the decay rate today and extrapolating that backwards their's no scientist from 4.6 billions years in the past that can validate the measurements so their up a creek at that point. Also in the last few year's their's been found as they've done the measurements great variance in this ratio between meteorites, rocks, minerals, and uranium ores, and guess what if that ratio varies it requires significant adjustments to the lead lead ages that are calculated near by. But the lead lead ages are the gold standard for calibrated all the other ages, their you guy's Holy Grail so do they really know the uranium lead ages as accurate as they really thought no they do not. We even found that different minerals in the same rock will have different uranium uranium ratios, in it will vary from rock to rock so their's still uncertainty about this crucial uranium 235•238 ratio in these small consistent differences have been measured in all minerals and rocks at the same time their are residual uncertainties about the measurements of the uranium 238•235 decay rate's. If these uncertainties exist in the gold standard uranium lead, and lead lead ages then that makes all the other radioactive half-lifes, and ages calibrated against uranium, and lead lead ages uncertain. I'm literally giving you the faults here.

    • Justin sutton

      Justin sutton

      7 dögum síðan

      @Ra'Heem Baines Half-life doesn't measure what it decays into. Just that it decays. Potassium-40 can decay through both types of beta decay. 90% of the time it decays into Calcium-40. The other 10% it turns into Argon-40. The half-life of Potassium-40 is 1.251x10^9 years.

    • Ra'Heem Baines

      Ra'Heem Baines

      7 dögum síðan

      @Justin sutton I just gave an good example of how they tempered with the Potassium Isotope, to make it agree with the Uranium ages. They didn't know what precisely the abundance of potassium 40 in natural potassium is in not all potassium 40 decay's into argon 40 most of it decay's into potassium 40 so they didn't know the amount that decay's by each way so how could they be sure that they were actually measuring the correct half-life, so they calibrated the potassium argon half-life against standard simples of known lead lead ages. So they basically dated the same simple with lead lead and with potassium argon in the calculated ages where based on the assumed decay rates in to get the ages to agree they changed their measurement of the decay rate of potassium to make it agree with the uranium ages when you change something in order to make it match something else pseudoscience, and the measurements of U-235•238 are also in question I just not gonna explain the long drawn reason why that is unless you want me to.

    • Justin sutton

      Justin sutton

      8 dögum síðan

      @Ra'Heem Baines They are in fact accurate. It works with every single radioactive isotope we know of. How is it not accurate.

    • Ra'Heem Baines

      Ra'Heem Baines

      8 dögum síðan

      @Justin sutton That's not a good enough defense to what I just said, you overlooking the main fact that the decay rate's are not accurate.

  • Mowbz

    Mowbz

    9 dögum síðan

    What about a Futurama type brain in a jar connected to a computer?

  • Michael Morales

    Michael Morales

    9 dögum síðan

    Edward Elric : [sighs and pulls out a book] "Water, 35 liters; carbon, 20 kilograms; ammonia, 4 liters; lime, 1.5 kilograms; phosphorus, 800 grams; salt, 250 grams; saltpeter, 100 grams; sulfur, 80 grams; fluorine, 7.5; iron, 5; silicon, 3 grams; and trace amounts of 15 other elements."

    Rose Thomas : What's that?

    Edward Elric : It's all the ingredients of the average adult human body, right down to the protein in your eyelashes.

    [Closes book]

    Edward Elric : And even though science has given us a complete chemical breakdown, there's never been a successful attempt at bringing a human to life.

  • chris Acd

    chris Acd

    9 dögum síðan

    Stupid idea.

  • MrMc Froggy

    MrMc Froggy

    9 dögum síðan

    this gave me an existentional crisis

  • Hydros Phagus

    Hydros Phagus

    10 dögum síðan

    7:35 "Just having a good list of ingredients is not enough to make a consciousness cake"
    Sounds a bit like Fullmetal Alchemist

  • Bledar Muskaj

    Bledar Muskaj

    10 dögum síðan

    u want to upload the past?? nightmare never ends

  • uDropper

    uDropper

    10 dögum síðan

    Never upload your mind, NEVER, you could be trapped in endless torture or become a digital slave

  • Mayank Saxena

    Mayank Saxena

    10 dögum síðan

    One word: SOMA

  • Christian Labawan

    Christian Labawan

    10 dögum síðan

    I'm Pretty Sure Immortality Is A Type Of Torture.

  • SFS BUILDS

    SFS BUILDS

    10 dögum síðan

    Researching a human brain is going to be so hard to process for the only human brain because the human brain is researching its own brain basically like your body researching your body without your body having a brain researching your body it's pretty complicated

  • Supernova

    Supernova

    10 dögum síðan

    Can someone resurrect me plz

  • SFS BUILDS

    SFS BUILDS

    10 dögum síðan

    Imagine our nerves listening to us listening to another man who's talking about our nerves how would they process that LOL

  • Braian Menchkoff

    Braian Menchkoff

    10 dögum síðan

    being a digital being will make the mind's several jobs useless! maybe we don't need to copy everything.

  • Shrek 667

    Shrek 667

    11 dögum síðan

    Who tf wants to live forever, I’m 17 and I keep thinking when I’m gonna die everyday lmao

  • Cordova Jose

    Cordova Jose

    11 dögum síðan

    How much did it cost to produce these 14 minutes of beautiful animation?

  • W.D. Gamer

    W.D. Gamer

    11 dögum síðan

    Child: "Mommy, can I become a meme format?"
    Mother: "No, not until you're 16."
    Child: "Awww..."

    • rose cayanan

      rose cayanan

      7 dögum síðan

      When you turned 16: I don't want to become a meme format!

  • Pim Sutter

    Pim Sutter

    11 dögum síðan

    I'm really interested if we're able to upload our minds, and we might get it sooner or later concerning the fact that our technology is rapidly advancing. And we also have Elon musk's neuralink and other business that are doing to same as Elon, along with Laurent Simons, the boy genius. For all we know, we might get a glimpse in the near future soon.

  • Jay Zikonta

    Jay Zikonta

    11 dögum síðan

    Vid recap: We don’t know what is consciousness, so we can’t upload it.

  • All Stars

    All Stars

    11 dögum síðan

    What is brain transplant? I think it also has the same procedure

  • Ikram Qamar

    Ikram Qamar

    11 dögum síðan

    "Mind is one of those words that are really hard to define" - The Mind

  • McconnellRet

    McconnellRet

    11 dögum síðan

    Such a shitty Redditor video. It's literally not possible to do as of right now, yet you shoehorn all this pseudoscience into the video and your fedora tipping anti-religious take. Honestly cringe.

    • Justin sutton

      Justin sutton

      8 dögum síðan

      1:50

  • McconnellRet

    McconnellRet

    11 dögum síðan

    More edgy Kurzgesagt pseudoscience.

  • RangerExp

    RangerExp

    11 dögum síðan

    Short answer. No

  • BOIZADAS

    BOIZADAS

    11 dögum síðan

    bah it is not you so stop saying "you"

  • Juan Morales

    Juan Morales

    11 dögum síðan

    Great video. Anyways, I see two big rookie mistakes. 1, the idea that an uploaded mind, a mind running on a computer, is flesh free and eternal; it is flesh free, but not hardware free, like the hardware is the new flesh, then it is no flesh free, and will live only as long as the hardware lives. 2, the idea that the mind and or the consciousness is only in the brain; the mind and consciousness are functions of the entire body.

  • Shazy Shaze

    Shazy Shaze

    11 dögum síðan

    I love the cuteness of this channel's presentation

  • Hazbin Hotel

    Hazbin Hotel

    11 dögum síðan

    I'm pretty sure that instead of brain mapping...we end up with neurological Heisenberg (timestamp) data destroyers /weapons of death that can literally rip apart/dissolve ALL cellular life in SECONDS by simply using resonance/frequency/sound waves tuned to a VERY SPECIFIC 2/11 (string field theory scary) frequency. Could it cure cancer? sure....but could it also kill off large swaths of whichever population (human) is deemed unworthy/irredeemable/undeserving/or too poor of continued life/existence/sexual reproduction from now until forever....Effectively ERASED....
    Sounds scary as hell right? Well...GUESS WHAT...We already have tested/proven/confirmed this science.....OF COURSE everything I just said ALREADY EXISTS...and of course it is VERY LIKELY that it is already being weaponized...SOMEWHERE. Don't take my word for it though....Google the 2/11 frequency for yourself! Sleep tight!

  • gamer_turtles

    gamer_turtles

    11 dögum síðan

    Imagine being trapped in a smart toilet

  • A B

    A B

    12 dögum síðan

    Ia + computer science + cuantium PC + biology molecular + neurology =??

  • Just Some Guy With A Green Mask

    Just Some Guy With A Green Mask

    12 dögum síðan

    This video makes me think that I've been born in the right time

  • Anshuman Atrey

    Anshuman Atrey

    12 dögum síðan

    Loved this video but
    You should tell some positive points too
    the one who works for digital Immortality (like me) will be very upset after seeing this video.