Persistent, structured information-sharing in both virtual and real domains, leads to increased biological complexity and functionality
The Global Future 2045 (GF2045) Congress took place June 15-16 in New York City.
As our Biological (analog) life get’s more entwined with the Digital world we have created, chances are, there might be options worth exploring. It all comes down to “Sampling” – taking snapshots of our analog lives and storing them digitally. Today, with reasonable precision we can sample, store and re-create most of our primary senses, digitally. Sight via cameras, sound via microphones, touch via haptics and even scents can be sampled and/or synthesized with remarkable accuracy.