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1 min readThe Brain’s Drain

Humans have a capacity that AI may never have – our brains, like the rest of our body, can self-heal and self-maintain.

Scientists have found the pathway used by the brain to clear out toxins from itself. This finding has important implications for diseases like Alzheimer’s, and is a major indicator of our body’s uncanny ability to repair itself, even without medicine.

Implications for AI

Transhumanists see the human body as fragile and dispensable, and yet, science is discovering that our bodies have an intelligence that enables it to self-maintain and self-regulate. Can a superintelligent machine be imbued with such a capacity?

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