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About Humai

A new beginning is near.

We're building life-support system to sustain a living brain and extend the human lifespan. It will be housed in a module-based cybernetic body that’ll utilize a brain-computer interface (BCI) to operate with synthetic organs and limbs within the cybernetic body.

Artificial intelligence (AI) will be integrated into synthetic organs, so they can operate independently. Sensor technology will allow you to feel the essence of human experience.

As your brain matures, genetic engineering will combat the aging process. Advancements in nanotechnology will offer extensive tissue repair and regeneration - all of which will be the result of a collaborative effort between Humai and others.

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Meet the team

We're building your next body
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Josh Bocanegra

CEO & Founder
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John LaRocco

Head of Engineering
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Ira Pastor

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Saikat Adhikari

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Kate Aquino

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Matt Schroeder

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George Vanderslice

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TJ Wass

Political Science
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Jerod Zavistoski

Head Ambassador

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Popular Science, Medical Daily, Fox Business, IGN, Tech Insider, Serious Wonder, Daily Mail, BuzzFeed, Yahoo Health, OZY, Metro, Express, IFLS, Inc., History, RYOT, Interesting Engineering, Inquisitr, Fortune, Tech Radar, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Telegraph, Complex, Mirror, Clash, Tech Times, Futurism, WIRED, International Business Times, Science Alert and many more.

Our Blog

Read our recent publications.
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This is Humai’s Vision For the World of Tomorrow

While such a feat might appear, at first glance, to be radically anti-human, keep in mind that the human mind is all there truly is of which makes us human in the first place.

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Transcending Overpopulation With a Bionic Future

One of the biggest misunderstandings about overpopulation is in the idea that it has everything to do with population size.

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I believe in democratic values. I think this technology must be available to as many people as possible, including those in the middle class and low-income families.

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Join The Team

Our mission is to advance human life as we know it. In this pursuit, we want to form a team to help us establish the finest roadmap to carry out our mission. We welcome scientists, scholars and researchers to apply for Humai.

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We started an Ambassador Program to help spread awareness about our mission, educate the public about emerging technologies and inspire others to support researchers in need.

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Below is a list of common questions we receive.

General Questions

Some questions such as those that deal with ethics and legislation cannot be answered at this time because it's simply too early to tell. The list below will constantly be updated as we collect more common general questions we believe should be addressed.

We currently don’t have a membership program. However, we strongly suggest becoming a member of Alcor Life Extension Foundation to make sure you’re cryopreserved in the event you encounter death before our technology is developed.
To learn more about investment opportunities please send serious inquires to . If you'd like to donate, we're happy to accept any donations here . All proceeds go to research, development and business expenses. Donors who offer $500 and up will receive a signed certificate of donation.
We believe it's important for Humai to be available for everyone. Standard expenses for development will always influence cost but as new technology is developed to lower costs such as 3D printing price reduction is inevitable. We're also exploring ways to make this technology widely available by leveraging life insurance plans and offering monthly payments.
The question is generally misguided. The problem of overpopulation is about sustaining more people than our planet can handle. A Humai body will use less resources than we do today and fundamentally change industries such as agriculture and renewable energy for the better.

Tech Questions

Some of our technical information is subject to patent-pending technology and cannot be shared publicly yet. Below is a list of frequently asked questions about our technology. The list will be updated as we receive more questions we believe should be addressed.

We believe by leveraging cryonics to preserve the brain to potentially restore it later will be the core breakthrough for human resurrection.

Cryonics is a method used to freeze the brain. We will preserve the brain immediately after death as there is only a certain time frame after death that we can safely remove the brain and cryonically preserve it for possible later restoration. We endorse cryonics technology but we are not a cryonics company.

The best case scenario however, would actually be to successfully transplant a live person's brain to the Humai body. The ultimate goal is to achieve a point where no one has to die at all.
We were originally using artificial intelligence for Project Soul, a mobile app that serves as an artificial replica that can communicate with family and friends after death. However, we've decided to hold off development on Project Soul to dedicate all of our time and resources to develop the Humai body.

AI will be hardcoded into technologies within the field of nanotechnology (among other technologies such as a brain-computer interface) which will mimic biological functions. For example: If we need an artificial blood vessels to perform a specific task, AI will enable them to do so.
The development of technology in the modern world is happening exponentially. Moore's Law says the power of computers doubles every eighteen months. Breakthrough technology available to the public by 2045 is a technological prediction shared among many based on the exponential technological growth we've seen thus far.
No, but we do consider our method a prelude to uploading consciousness. We also believe the Humai body will be compatible with an artificial brain when such technology is developed.

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