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The unrealistic way!
How do you like the idea of being immortal? And wouldn’t it be great if the memories you have become immortal too? No, it isn’t the script of the movie that we are narrating out of a sci-fi movie but an extraordinary work by Russian billionaire Dmitry Itskov who seeks to attain immortality by uploading his brain to the computer. It indeed is a quite intriguing feat!
Who says that money can’t buy you everything? Well, it can bring “immortality” for the least. A billionaire Russian businessman, Dmitry Itskov, who made his fortune in internet media, is the founder of the 2045 Initiative, an organization working with a network of scientists to develop ‘cybernetic immortality’ within the next few decades. Founded in the year 2011…
Within the next 30 years, I am going to make sure that we can all live forever. I’m 100% confident it will happen. Otherwise I wouldn’t have started it. – Dmitry Itskov
Read More: Biotecnika Magazine- April 2016
Shekhar Suman is a Serial Entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of Biotecnika. Magazine is a way he wants to recraft the way industry opines and expresses its views. With years of experience under his belt, he captains the ship with prudence and perfection. He is the chief-editor of Biotecnika Magazine and a big inspiration to the bio-community.
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