Follow Mirror, at the age of 57, Amazon boss Jeff Bezos is one of the main sponsors of the start-up Altos Labs (UK), specializing in anti-aging methods.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin has invested more than £600 million in an “immortality lab” called Calico Labs. Peter Thiel, the founder of PayPal, has committed £2 million to the SENS Research Foundation with a similar mission.
Billionaire Jeff Bezos pours money into cell reprogramming technology
Follow New Yorker, Larry Ellison – founder of technology corporation Oracle also spent $ 370 million on research on aging and senile diseases.
Michael Rae – an expert in this field believes that the technology of immortality is making great strides. Thanks to huge investments, he believes people will achieve their goals by 2050.
But because of the high cost, this technology will initially only be available to the wealthy. However, sooner or later, the entire population will have access to the methods of longevity, which can increase the average human life expectancy by 1,000 years.
Peter Thiel – founder of PayPal
Among the existing theories, the biological reprogramming technology that Jeff Bezos invests in is of leading interest.
Michael Rae said: “Bezos is betting on a more difficult technology, but it will pay huge dividends if they succeed. Cell reprogramming technology is interesting because we can turn back the clock. , making cells youthful again, breaking the link between age and death”. He thinks this will be possible within 25-30 years.
Alto Labs in the UK brings together the best scientists in the industry. They hope anti-aging technology will help end diseases like Parkinson’s, heart disease and cancer, because then human cells will no longer degenerate and mutate.
Humans can create personality clones and upload to robots
Scientists also have the idea of creating a copy of a person’s personality and storing it online, and then downloading this personality through a robot or hologram (hologram) to help the human brain. live longer than the physical body.
At the same time, some scientists put their faith in computers that store human DNA codes, or microchips implanted in the human body. They will send an alert when people need to get rid of the mutated genes to prevent disease.
Russian billionaire Dmitry Itskov is pouring money into the idea and starting a nonprofit called the 2045 Initiative to fund research.
There are also many other ideas such as anti-aging drugs senolytics, or replicating new cells to continuously replace old cells in the body….
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