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The transhumanistic American high-tech corporation that publicly promotes and advances AI, robotics, human body biotech, and mass-scale outer space tech.

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The transhumanistic American high-tech corporation that publicly promotes and advances AI, robotics, human body biotech, and mass-scale outer space tech.

    Human life is a stinking show, messy humanity and artificial intelligence

    Human life is a stinking show, messy humanity and artificial intelligence

    https://youtu.be/Z-Mv32kbx5s












    Human life is a stinking show, so I do what I want (in neurotech)







    Because the human life is such a stinking show, it just doesn't make sense to give a damn about human life. My view is that the best way to live one's life is to do whatever the craziest thing that you really want to do. As the cliche goes, don't follow logic, don't follow others' expectations; rather, do the crazy things that you really want to do. Being reserved and responsible is ridiculous; be wild and crazy, instead; do things that break the norm, for your enjoyment.



    The more I live my life and observe the lives of other human beings, the more I'm convinced that a human life is no more than a stinking show run by a three-pound or 1.3-kilogram biomatter called the human brain.



    How can a mere three-pound biomatter inside the human body, called the human brain, give so much pain and misery to the human existence?



    Why should a human being struggle everyday, for what? Every human being struggles to die one day. That doesn't make sense to me, not in my brain. All the struggle for death: Are you kidding me?



    Human beings are no more than animals designed to struggle for their lives, for their existence—nothing more.



    Yes, a lot of things are right about the human design, especially the human brain design; humanity advances because humans are designed to struggle. But deep down, I know something is missing in the human design, especially the human brain design. I think the human design, especially the human brain design, can be made better, through biotech and neurotech.



    My struggle, my ridiculous daily struggle, is somehow finding the technological ways to somehow improve the human reality. I'm disgusted at the human reality; I'm angry at the human design, because it is not as good as I want it to be.



    I'll keep on advancing artificial intelligence, robotics, human immortality biotech, and mass-scale outer space humanity expansion tech, to create the human design and reality that I want, according to my plan in my book, titled The Future.







    Messy humanity and artificial intelligence: How to make peace with humanity being so messy and applying humanity's messiness to artificial intelligence



    The more I get exposed to humanity, the more I realize how messy humanity is designed to be.



    When there is the freedom to divorce, the divorce rate is over 50%.



    There are women who produce six children with three different men, become drug addicts and prostitutes, and leave their children to foster care.



    There is no happily ever after in humanity. Humanity is all just a dumb show, a spectacle.



    Fairy tales are lies, and deceptions abound in humanity.



    So, I cannot help but ask, what is the point in all this human existence? How should I process humanity's messiness?



    As technology advances, especially artificial intelligence and neurotechnology, we need to think more and more about the inner workings of human psychology.



    Why is the human behavior designed to be so messy?



    I've gotten the impression that humans are dumb animals that are controlled by their genes, their brains, and their environments.



    Humans are nothing but God's dumb robots.



    If you're a human, you're a dumb robot surrounded by other dumb robots, who must work with other dumb robots.



    Given the ridiculous design of the human psychology, how should the future technologies, such as artificial intelligence and neurotechnology, deal with the human psychology?



    What should be the aim in artificial intelligence and neurotechnology within the context of the design of the human psychology?



    My conclusion is to let humans be what they are designed to be: Artificial intelligence and neurotechnology must aim enabling humans to be more human—in social, economic, sexual, political, competitive, collaborative, creative, and procreative human behaviors and endeavors.

    • 5 min
    Human brain overview for biotech and artificial intelligence development (part 2)

    Human brain overview for biotech and artificial intelligence development (part 2)

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    Human brain overview for biotech and artificial intelligence development (part 2)







    Pineal body is another term for pineal gland.



    A pineal gland is a small, pinecone-shaped endocrine gland found near the centre of the brain that produces melatonin.



    An endocrine gland is any of various glands that secrete hormones directly into the blood or lymph and not through a duct.



    A gland is a specialized cell, group of cells, or organ of endothelial origin in the human or animal body that synthesizes a chemical substance, such as hormones or breast milk, and releases it, often into the bloodstream (endocrine gland) or into cavities inside the body or its outer surface (exocrine gland).



    An organ is a larger part of an organism, composed of tissues that perform similar functions.



    A hormone is any substance produced by one tissue and conveyed by the bloodstream to another to effect physiological activity.



    Endothelial means of or pertaining to the endothelium.



    Endothelium means a thin layer of flat epithelial cells that lines the heart, serous cavities, lymph vessels, and blood vessels.



    Epithelial means of or pertaining to the epithelium.



    An epithelium means a membranous tissue composed of one or more layers of cells which forms the covering of most internal and external surfaces of the body and its organs: internally including the lining of vessels and other small cavities, and externally being the skin.



    Serous means containing, secreting, or resembling serum; watery; a fluid or discharge that is pale yellow and transparent, usually representing something of a benign nature. (This contrasts with the term sanguine, which means blood-tinged and usually harmful.)



    A serum is the clear yellowish liquid obtained upon separating whole blood into its solid and liquid components after it has been allowed to clot. A serum also is a watery liquid from animal tissue, especially one that moistens the surface of serous membranes or that is exuded by such membranes when they become inflamed, such as in edema or a blister.



    An inflammation is a condition of any part of the body, consisting of congestion of the blood vessels, with obstruction of the blood current, and growth of morbid tissue. It is manifested outwardly by redness and swelling, attended with heat and pain.



    An edema is an excessive accumulation of serum in tissue spaces or a body cavity.



    A blister is a small bubble between the layers of the skin that contains watery or bloody fluid and is caused by friction and pressure, burning, freezing, chemical irritation, disease or infection.



    Lymph is a colourless, watery, coagulable bodily fluid which bathes the tissues and is carried by the lymphatic system into the bloodstream; it resembles blood plasma in containing white blood cells and especially lymphocytes but normally few red blood cells and no platelets.



    A lymphatic system is, in mammals, including humans, a network of lymph vessels and lymph nodes that transport fluid, fats, proteins, and lymphocytes to the bloodstream as lymph, and remove microorganisms and other debris from tissues.



    A lymph vessel is a thin-walled vessel that carries lymph through the lymphatic system.



    A lymph node is each of the small oval bodies of the lymphatic system, distributed along the lymphatic vessels, that are clustered in the armpits, groin, neck, chest and abdomen. They act as filters, with an internal honeycomb of connective tissue filled with lymphocytes and macrophages that collect and destroy bacteria, viruses and foreign matter from lymph. When the body is fighting an infection, these lymphocytes multiply rapidly and produce a characteristic swelling of the lymph nodes.



    A bloodstream is a flow of blood through the circulatory system of an animal.



    A circulatory system is the parts of an animal body comprising the heart, blood vessels (arteries, veins, and capillaries), and blood,

    • 7 min
    Are humans necessary? Can’t technology just replace people?

    Are humans necessary? Can’t technology just replace people?

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    Are humans necessary? Can't technology just replace people?







    Necessity is a very subjective notion in the human brain; nothing is really necessary, including and especially the human life; but anything also can be considered necessary if you want it badly enough.



    If God didn't want, none of this would've been created, this whole Universe with everything in it including humanity and individual human beings. Does God think humanity is necessary? Since God created humanity, maybe God thought humanity was necessary for him; but, it is equally possible that God created humanity and the entire Universe as a side project, something that didn't have much meaning to him. Because I'm only human, I can never know what God really thought, thinks, and will think; I can only speculate God's true intentions.



    How does the human brain judge what someone else has created is necessary or not?



    If a human brain thinks it wants something, it decides that thing is necessary; if a human brain thinks it doesn't want something, it decides that thing is unnecessary. In the human brain, necessity is decided by want.



    So, the human-brain answer to the question, "Are humans necessary?", is a subjective one; if someone's human brain thinks it wants humans, out of philanthropy, it concludes that humans are necessary; if someone's human brain thinks it doesn't want humans, out of misanthropy, it concludes that humans are unnecessary.



    In my case, my brain thinks that it wants humans, more humans, far more humans, so it concludes that humans are necessary. But my brain wants technologically advanced humans, not primitive humans.



    I think a lot about the future technologies, and I think, maybe human beings can be completely replaced by technology or merged with technology, and exist as a part of technology. What I pursue is creating the human reality in which the distinction between humans and technologies are completely gone.



    For example, I pursue creating the artificial intelligence and robotics technologies that have the mental and manual-labor capabilities that are as good as or better than human capabilities; I pursue creating the biotechnologies and neurotechnologies that enable humans to live indefinitely, and live in different types of bodies such as mechanical robot bodies and traditional biological human bodies. The human reality I envision and strive to create is the one in which human beings are no longer bound to their biological birth human body; for example, if a human being wants a new biological human body, a biotechnology should be able to manufacture a new biological human body with that person's genome and brain contents to enable that person to live in a new, freshly manufactured human body.



    Technology has been replacing humans in many things, so, my aim is to go to the uttermost extreme in technology, and replace humans entirely with technology; in my view, in the future, there shouldn't be a thing that a human can do that a machine or technology cannot do; in the human reality I want to create, humans and technologies or machines must become interchangeable.



    I think it's reasonable to think that in the future, humans will be completely replaced by technology, merged with technology, and there will be no distinction between humans and technologies in capability.



    Human birth, human death, and human life will have no special meaning, because technology will replace human birth, human death, and human life; the technology of the future will be able to create brand-new adult human bodies on demand, make human death obsolete, and enable limitless human lifespan. There won't be a thing that a human can do that a technology cannot do.



    Then what? What should be the new human existential paradigm, when artificial intelligence, robotics, human immortality biotech, and mass-scale outer space humanity expansion tech make everything human meaningless,

    • 5 min
    Human brain overview for biotech and artificial intelligence development (part 1)

    Human brain overview for biotech and artificial intelligence development (part 1)

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    Human brain overview for biotech and artificial intelligence development (part 1)







    I want to talk about some basics of the human brain anatomy and physiology, for developing human immortality biotech, artificial intelligence, and robotics. I'm using Wikipedia and Wiktionary for definitions.



    I pursue my plan, specified in my book, titled The Future, for advancing human immortality biotech; I don't know if pursuing my plan will give me the results I want, since I do what nobody has ever done before, but I do it, to find out what happens; I want to know everything about the human brain, because the human brain runs the stinking show called humanity. I want to get to the bottom of this nonsense called the human existence.



    I'll go over what is already known about the human brain, to establish the basis for finding everything yet known about the human brain through my own research—for applying the human brain anatomy and physiology knowledge to developing and commercializing the human immortality biotech, artificial intelligence, and robotics.



    The human brain consists of the cerebrum, the brainstem, and the cerebellum. The human brain controls most of the activities of the human body, processing, integrating, and coordinating the information it receives from the sense organs, and making decisions as to the instructions sent to the rest of the body.



    The cerebrum is the principal and most anterior part of the brain in vertebrates or skeletal animals; anterior means of or near the head end or toward the front plane of a body; the cerebrum is located in the front area of the skull and divided into two hemispheres, left and right, separated by a fissure; a fissure is a long narrow depression in a surface. In humans the cerebrum is the largest part of the brain and is responsible for the integration of complex sensory functions and the initiation and coordination of voluntary activity, and the higher mental functions such as consciousness, thought, reason, emotion, and memory. In other words, the human cerebrum is the most important part of the human brain, and it creates the human psychology.



    I have some questions about the human cerebrum that I'll eventually answer.



    Is the human brain memory that contains knowledge and individual human life experiences, contained only in the human cerebrum, or in other parts of the human brain?



    Which part or parts of the human brain must be 3D-scanned at microscopic and/or even nanoscopic level to read the human brain memory content?



    Which part or parts of the human brain must be modified to inject new knowledge and experiences into the human brain memory?



    How does the human psychology get created in the human cerebrum?



    What human genes enable the structure and function of the human cerebrum?



    I'll answer all these questions, and publish my answers.



    The brainstem is the part of the brain that connects the spinal cord to the forebrain and cerebrum.



    The forebrain is the anterior part of the brain, including the cerebrum, thalamus, and hypothalamus; in anatomy, hypo means below, beneath, or under; so, hypothalamus means below, beneath, or under thalamus.



    A thalamus is either of two large, ovoid or egg-shaped structures of grey matter within the forebrain that relay sensory impulses to the cerebral cortex.



    A hypothalamus is a region of the forebrain located below the thalamus, forming the basal portion of the diencephalon, and functioning to regulate body temperature, some metabolic processes and governing the autonomic nervous system. Basal means serving as or forming a base. The autonomic nervous system is the part of the nervous system of vertebrates that controls involuntary actions of the smooth muscles and heart and glands.



    Diencephalon is the posterior division of the forebrain that connects the cerebral hemispheres with the mesencephalon. Mesencephalon is the middle portion of the brain.

    • 7 min
    Dark artificial intelligence, artificial intelligence will weaken people

    Dark artificial intelligence, artificial intelligence will weaken people

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    Dark artificial intelligence







    I think a lot about advancing artificial intelligence to the uttermost extremes, and the thorny issue I have in advancing artificial intelligence is whether to incorporate the dark human nature in artificial intelligence or not; this is a very complicated issue.



    The human reality isn't a fairy tale. There are a lot of topics that are difficult to talk about. For example, humans have warred, rather constantly, everywhere, but it's difficult to talk about wars honestly, because of the atrocities involved in wars. Talking about wars reveals the darkness in human nature which is difficult to process and swallow.



    What should artificial intelligence do about the dark human nature? That is one question I struggle to answer.



    Here's a problem: the darkness in human soul often leads to great human achievements. To remove darkness in human soul is to remove human greatness.



    So, my question is, how much of human darkness should artificial intelligence possess?



    My answer is artificial intelligence must possess the darkest human nature, so that artificial intelligence can push human creation and achievement to the uttermost extremes.



    Artificial intelligence is for replicating human intelligence in machines to the uttermost extremes; as such, artificial intelligence must possess the dark human intelligence to the uttermost extremes.



    In future publications, I'll talk about what the dark human nature really is.



    The Future, my book, specifies my plan for advancing artificial intelligence.







    Artificial intelligence will weaken people



    Should artificial intelligence help people solve problems?



    Artificial intelligence can be an immense problem for humanity, because artificial intelligence can weaken humans.



    Facing and solving a problem strengthens a human being's psychology and character.



    If artificial intelligence solves a problem for a human being, constantly, that human being will stay forever weak.



    Shedding tears because of the pain of failure and rejection makes a human being stronger and more capable.



    A human being must experience suffering to become better.



    So, I have a problem as someone who works on advancing artificial intelligence: How much help should artificial intelligence be designed to provide to people, when providing too much help weakens people?



    Should artificial intelligence help people barely enough? Will the minimal artificial intelligence be marketable? Probably not. But if artificial intelligence does everything for humans, humans will become weak, incompetent, and worthless. So, what should I do? Should I advance artificial intelligence to the uttermost extremes, and weaken the human race?



    Humans are designed to struggle, because struggle strengthens humans.



    Should I create artificial intelligence that makes humans struggle more, in order to strenthen humans? I think so. I believe that artificial intelligence should never be a tool that weakens humans; rather, artificial intelligence must be a tool that pushes humans, intellectually and psychologically, to the uttermost extremes, and makes humans grow and expand!



    Artificial intelligence must make humans suffer, so that humans will become stronger and far more capable!



    I will make the artificial intelligence that makes humanity suffer, so that humanity will become better, more powerful, and more godlike!



    My book, titled The Future, has my plan for advancing artificial intelligence.







    What artificial intelligence must do



    A technology solves human problems. A technology that doesn't solve a human problem has no reason to be.



    An automobile solves the human transportation problem; a smartphone solves a human communication problem; so on and on and on and on.



    So, what human problem should artificial intelligence must solve?



    Artificial intelligence must solve the problem of the dearth of the high human in

    • 7 min
    No more death with human immortality biotech, human genetic engineering for redesigning humanity

    No more death with human immortality biotech, human genetic engineering for redesigning humanity

    https://youtu.be/ZNnWUq4EZDA












    I'm sick of people getting old and dying: human immortality biotech is the way!







    I don't like people getting old and dying; that is why I pursue developing and commercializing my human immortality biotech, according to my plan specified in my book, titled The Future.



    I think people should be healthy, young, and beautiful until the last day of their lives, until they choose to die.



    If someone gets sick of living as a human being, fine, let the person get old and die, but I don't think getting old and dying should be forced on every human being.



    I think human death should be an individual human choice, not a mandate imposed on every human being by design.



    There is no guarantee that the human immortality biotech will become possible, but I do know that it is the right direction to go for in biotech.



    I'm absolutely certain that pursuing the science and technology of human immortality will give so many benefits, so I'll keep on pursuing developing and commercializing my human immortality biotech, as specified in my book, titled The Future.



    If you haven't already, visit Robocentric.com/Future, and buy and read my book, titled The Future, to learn how I advance artificial intelligence, robotics, human immortality biotech, and mass-scale outer space humanity expansion tech.







    Human genetic engineering for redesigning human beings and the entire humanity



    I think a lot about redesigning human beings and humanity.



    To me, the original human design is faulty and inadequate. For example, I don't think humans should die; that's why I pursue the human immortality biotech.



    I fancy that I am God, and I can change the original human design in any way I want.



    How do I want to redesign humans when I gain the God-like power to redesign humans in any way I want, with human genetic engineering biotech, neurotechnology, and human body part manufacturing and replacement biotech?



    First and foremost, I want to get rid of the low self-esteem in every human being.



    Second, I want to make laziness in humans obsolete. I don't want lazy people in humanity.



    Third, I want to make low intelligence in humans obsolete. I don't want dumb people in humanity.



    Imagine every human being healthy, young, beautiful, self-respecting, diligent, and super intelligent. That's going to be very boring humanity. God created sick, old, ugly, self-deprecating, lazy, and dumb people for fun.



    Human beings have this tendency to pursue creating something perfect.



    We try to create technologies that make people's lives ideal.



    But what's the point in pursuing perfection when perfection is boring?



    I want humanity to be even more interesting and exciting; I want more controversy in humanity. I want more problems in humanity. I want more disgusting people in humanity.



    So, the question is, how do I create more problematic, more disgusting humanity, through advancing technology?



    To me, a great technology is not a technology that solves a problem; rather, to me, a great technology creates even more human problems, makes humanity even more problematic, and gives humanity great brand-new problems and challanges to solve and conquer.



    I work on developing the human immortality biotech, because I want more living human beings; when there are more humans, there are more ugly human problems; I want more ugly human problems.



    You see, the true beauty of humanity is its ugliness and imperfection.



    Humanity is beautiful precisely because it is ugly and imperfect.



    There is no beauty in perfection; perfection is death, because there is nothing more to do, and nothing more to be, when you're perfect; death can be beautiful because it ends suffering, but I want the ugliness of suffering—I choose life with all its ugliness!



    When I see an ugly woman, I see a great beauty, because she can be improved—via plastic surgery, lipo suction, human genetic engineering,

    • 6 min