LifeNaut and Bina48 in National Geographic (August 2011)
The Terasem Movement Foundation’s www.LifeNaut.com project is mentioned in the August 2011 edition of the National Geographic magazine (click link to see article/photos).
Max Aquilera-Hellweg created a beautiful two page photo of Nick Mayer, Manager of Cyberbiological Systems, Lifenaut project with Bina48 the worlds most advanced humanoid robot at our location in Vermont. It is another sign that the awareness of robots and avatars and uploading your ‘bemes’ is moving towards the mainstream of our culture conversation.
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July 25, 2011 @ 6:08 pm
September 14, 2011 @ 5:03 pm
However the information saved must have survival desires to don´t desapear in time. How does Life naut self mantain its life? and therefore the ” informtion of life of the accounters.
September 21, 2011 @ 8:37 pm
Good point. For now, LifeNaut depends on auto back up and re-dundent back up programs, supervised by humans. At some point in we anticipate that strong general AI will become self-monitoring and self-preserving as part of maintaining its “life”.