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'''CarbonCopies Foundation''' is a non-profit organization researching [[mind uploading]] technologies founded by [[Randal Koene]].
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'''Carboncopies Foundation''' is a non-profit organization researching [[mind uploading]] technologies founded by [[Randal Koene]].  Their website summarizes their goal as ''making whole brain emulation possible''.
  
Their goals are to reverse engineer neural tissue and complete brains, Whole Brain Emulation and the development of neuroprostheses that reproduce the functions of the mind, creating what they call Substrate-Independent Minds or SIM for short.
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Carboncopies supports research into reverse engineering neural tissue with broader aims at complete brains, toward eventual Whole Brain Emulation (aka WBE for short). They also promote public awareness of, and advocate for, the development of neuroprostheses that reproduce the functions of the mind, with the eventual goal of creating Substrate-Independent Minds (aka SIM for short).
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The organisation produces roadmaps and other publications, reviews literature and media coverage, and engages in scientific collaborations to advance these goals.
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
 
* [http://www.carboncopies.org/ carboncopies.org]
 
* [http://www.carboncopies.org/ carboncopies.org]

Revision as of 17:20, 2 February 2017

Carboncopies Foundation is a non-profit organization researching mind uploading technologies founded by Randal Koene. Their website summarizes their goal as making whole brain emulation possible.

Carboncopies supports research into reverse engineering neural tissue with broader aims at complete brains, toward eventual Whole Brain Emulation (aka WBE for short). They also promote public awareness of, and advocate for, the development of neuroprostheses that reproduce the functions of the mind, with the eventual goal of creating Substrate-Independent Minds (aka SIM for short).

The organisation produces roadmaps and other publications, reviews literature and media coverage, and engages in scientific collaborations to advance these goals.

External links