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Mind Uploading Into a Liquid Metal Terminator

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I have spoken about this in the past but this is the combination of two technologies that have been discussed on this forums in the threads(https://www.scienceforums.com/topic/34375-nano-factories-discuss/) and (https://www.scienceforums.com/topic/34367-mind-uploading-and-immortality-in-silicon/). The concept of a liquid metal terminator is basically a swarm of nanomachines that host the intelligence of a self aware being so the combination of knowing how to Mind Upload with making swarms of nanomachines with computers in them is all that is needed to make a liquid metal terminator. The steps for how to upload into a nanomachine is as follows.

1) Construction a swarm of nanomachines each with a computer inside them connected  to each other by WIFI by self replication from a single nanomachine constructed by electron lithography.

2) Using there combined processing power of all the nanomachines in swarm as a networked set of computers to run a Whole Brain Emulation (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_uploading) or Self aware  A.I.(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_general_intelligence), which the networked specs of the nanomachines would need to be 36.8 petaflops of processing power and 2.5 petabytes of storage to host a living mind.

3) Using a Mind Machine Interface(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brain–computer_interface) transfer the host's mind into the nanomachine swarm by a wireless computer connected to the nanomachine swarm network and copy the mind of the host into the Whole Brain emulation being processed by the nanomachine swarm.

4) Allow the Whole Brain Emulation access to control the nanomachines allowing them to move under his or her command and control the molecular assemblers of the swarm, which completes the process.


If the allowing process was followed then you could Mind Upload yourself into a nanomachine swarm which is something like the liquid metal terminator.



Edited by VictorMedvil
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