/ Immortality Corporation Vision
Let me introduce you the Immortality Corporation work schedule.
The schedule is based on the analysis of the already existing research programs of "2045" Initiative Group Members, as well as other scientific communities from Russia and abroad.
Artificial Body Research and Development will be divided into several tracks, to be pursued simultaneously.
The four tracks and their suggested deadlines are optimistic but feasible. This is our program for the next 35 years, and we will do our best to complete it.
The fourth development track seems the most futuristic one. It’s intent is to create a holographic body. Indeed, its creation is going to be the most complicated task, but at the same time could be the most thrilling problem in the whole of human evolution. Perhaps it is the ‘radiant mankind’ Konstantin Tsiolkovsky wrote about.
We are in the process of creating focus groups of experts. Along with these teams, we will prepare goal statements and research programs schedules.
We invite interested specialists to contact us and join the discussion. We welcome your contribution.
- Akop PogosovichPh.D. philosopher and psychologist, editor-in-chief of Historical Psychology and Sociology magazine, and a professor at Moscow State University
“The intelligence of modern man is an artificial intelligence . . .”
- Professor Sergey V.Ph.D. in Chemistry, Head of the Chemical Enzymology Department at the Moscow State University, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Biochemical Physics (Russian Academy of Sciences)
‘An electronic version of the brain is needed. The physical brain, in my opinion, can not be a subject of study, since it is very subtle. But an electronic analog having all the receptor equipment and the same story, incentives, motivation - it might be very interesting...’
- Sergei V.Doctor of philosophy, professor
One temporary solution, in my opinion, is to create a “cosmic person”, and start doing so on Earth, within the “future person” project, as part of the “Russia 2045” Initiative.
- Mikhail Y.Ph.D. in Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Senior Researcher of the Heat-Resistant Thermoplastics Laboratory at ISPM (Russian Academy of Sciences), creator of nanosensor neurologic ‘Electronic nose’ system
‘When creating an artificial human, we need to add an emotional trend to the predominant robotics one. It’s an all-inclusive idea, and it’s in the air...’
- Professor Boris K.Ph.D. in Medicine, Head of the Cells and Tissues Growth Laboratory of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics (Russian Academy of Sciences)
“For skin on a cyborg, you simply need to create a nutrition system. And basically . . . we are not really complex in design! There are only a few systems: the circulatory system carries oxygen and nutrients; the excretory system extirpates the waste. The rest is end-effectors. To begin we can create a very simple living organism—then, later, more complex systems. . . .”
- SergeyHead of the Space Technology and Telecommunications Cluster at the Skolkovo
"I am absolutely convinced that the movement “2045’ happened exactly at the right time and the right place as I believe in the great future for Russia, in her success after temporary difficulties".
- Vladimir A.President of Neyrobotiks
‘The transfer of the brain into an artificial body, more enduring, more perfect, is the only way the human race to stay on Earth...’
- DmitryChairman of the organizing committee of the political party “Evolution 2045”, founder of the movement “Russia 2045”, president of the congress GF2045
Do you remember The Surrogates movie? It perfectly demonstrates the abilities of a mind-controlled artificial human body, or an avatar. It is what our project is all about. The Surrogates’ screenwriters were not consistent enough (probably due to the lack of imagination) in the evolution of their ideas. There is no doubt that the mankind needs an avatar.
- Professor Aleksandr A.Ph.D. in Technical Sciences
‘An artificial mechanical body will have great power and withstand extreme environmental conditions: high temperature, pressure, radiation, space...’
- Dmitry A.President of the Center for Cellular and Biomedical Technologies, First Moscow Medical University and expert on the conscious management of health, biotherapy and the prevention of aging
‘The body gradually becomes artificial; new tissues replace existing ones, and new media, somehow extending the limits of our body, are being invented. Of course, man and technology are being knitted together. Step by step, we are moving towards the formation of a cybernetic organism...’
- NickPhD, Professor of Oxford University, co-founder (with David Pearce) of the World Transhumanist Association
"The digital path [of extreme longevity] would be, if we could develop technology eventually to do human whole brain emulation, where we would create a very detailed model of a particular human brain and then emulate that in the computer, where we would have an indefinite life span potential, we could make backup copies and so forth..."
- Professor Vyacheslav Y.Ph.D. in Biology, Inventor of the "Bioartificial liver" device
- Viktor F.Correspondent member of RAS, professor of the Moscow State University, head of the laboratory “Psychology of communications and psychosemantics” (MSU)
"I think that as a working hypothesis, it is possible that forms of contacts with highly advanced civilizations are possible as a result of this profound meditation..."