The CyBeRev project is part of a multi-decade experiment to test the comparability of single person actual human consciousness with a digital representation of the same person created by personality software that draws upon a database comprised of the original person's digitized interactions, as assessed by expert psychological review. The purpose of the CyBeRev project is to preserve sufficient digital information about a person so that, should the experiment validate the comparability of such consciousnesses, recovery of the digitized personality will remain possible. Terasem Movement believes that future technology will enable full recovery of functionality for CyBeRev people in this manner.
The key to achieving that goal, and the purpose of that website, is for participants to store digital versions of their mannerisms, personality, recollections, feelings, beliefs, attitudes and values with as great a fidelity as is possible. Participants can store digital reflections in a variety of formats, including: photos, videos, text documents, audio recordings, lists, and take extensive personality tests.
Participants can choose to share some or all of their information with others through the Visit feature of the project, which allows downloads and chatbot interaction with the mindfile.
Please read this IJMC paper Terasem Mind Uploading Experiment for a more detailed description of this experiment.
The Terasem Journals include The Journal of Geoethical Nanotechnology
and The Journal of Personal Cyberconsciousness.
The Journal of Geoethical Nanotechnology explores economic, political, social and technological aspects of the developing technology of molecular nanotechnology. The Journal invites submissions on controversial topics such as self-replication and governance.
The Journal of Personal Cyberconsciousness explores the mathematical, physical, engineering (hardware, software, firmware), philosophical, psychological, biological, socio- economic, and juridical aspects of non-flesh based consciousness, such as could arise from an advanced machine- based computer.
You can subscribe to the journals at no charge and receive newly published issues via email.
by Martine Rothblatt
One hundred questions answered about the coming age of our own cyberconsciousness and techno-immortality.
A mindfile is the sum of saved digital reflections about you. All of the stored emails, chats, texts, IMs and blogs that you write are part of your mindfile. All of the uploaded photos, slide shows and movies that involve you are part of your mindfile. Your search histories, clicked selections and online purchases, if saved, are part of your mindfile. Your digital life is your mindfile ...
Terasem Motion InfoCulture,a division of Terasem Movement Inc., in partnership with Ray Kurzweil, has developed a film adaptation of The Singularity is Near available here. The film is a full-length motion picture currently being shown at several film festivals. The film intertwines a fast-paced A-line documentary with a B-line narrative story. The A-line documentary features Ray Kurzweil interacting with a panoply of thinkers on the impact of exponentially expanding technology on the nature of human life in the next half century. The cutting edge graphics and special effects are superb. The B-line is the story of Ramona, Ray Kurzweil's female alter ego. starting with actual footage of Kurzweil creating and demonstrating his virtual creation at the 2001 TED conference.
Create a detailed profile of your personality, analyze it and find other like-minded people. Based on CyBeRev's Bainbridge modules, this Android app provides you with unique analyses of your personality, traits, emotions and even your optimism or pessimism. It is simple to use, providing a distinctive two-dimensional response scale - allowing for great self-expression and resulting in an evaluation truly unique to you. You can see how your personality traits compare to those of others and find people in your area who are on the same wavelength (or find out where in the world people on your wavelength are!)