The ethical consequences of immortality technology

Immortality technology are slowly becoming mainstream. What are their ethical consequences?

Science has not yet found a “solution” to death, but it has developed a number of options to delay it. Two of the most popular are rejuvenation technology (removal and reversal of the damages of ageing using a cellular approach), and mind uploading.

In this article article originally published by Aeon, writers Francesca Minerva and Adrian Rorheim explores the ethical implications of these immortality technologies, and why people would still opt to utilize them despite the risks they entail.

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