Daily Mail reports that Raymond Kurzweil (Raymond Kurzweil), a well-known near their developments such as speech recognition, said during a recent performance in Austria, that in 20 years people will be able to save the contents of your brain.
This person needs to understand is talking about, because in 15 years, he created a program that can recreate the music in the style of the great composers, so he was invited to the White House for a meeting with U.S. President Lyndon Johnson. Later, he created a machine that could read the texts for the blind.
Raymond Kurzweil argues that after 20 years in the blood of people will be "live" thousands of nanorobots, which should focus on treating the body, improving the characteristics of a person and even be able to backup the contents of the brain. According to him, it will be possible to keep every thought, every experience, in a word much of what makes people individual.
He notes that these forecasts are sound strained, but in the early 1980's people also seemed crazy to predictions about the emergence of the Web in mid-1990.