Whateverlasting Life (LIVE from PAX South 2016)

Australian startup company Humai claims to be working on a way to transfer a person’s consciousness into an artificial body after they’ve died. This is something Anthony and Jeff have been dying to see happen, but they have some serious reservations when they hear some details about how the startup is working.

Australian startup company Humai claims to be working on a way to transfer a person’s consciousness into an artificial body after they’ve died. This is something Anthony and Jeff have been dying to see happen, but they have some serious reservations when they hear some details about how the startup is working.

This episode was recorded LIVE at PAX South 2016 in San Antionio. Thanks to everyone who came out to the live performance!

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