New Delhi. Have you ever wondered if we could ever be immortal or live for years and years without worrying about dying? Until now, immortality has been a concept that many people have considered but, it is far from reality. Meanwhile, a former Google engineer has made a sensational claim. According to them, in the next seven years man will become immortal. So far, 86 percent of the 147 predictions of this engineer have proved correct.The name of this former Google engineer is Ray Kurzweil. He has predicted that man will be immortal by the year 2030. Now 86 percent of his 14 predictions have proved correct. In 1999, the computer scientist and former Google engineer received the National Medal of Technology.many revelations in the bookIn the past, Courville’s predictions have turned out to be accurate. Now this prediction has inspired new thinking and thought among other future thinkers. Immortality is claimed by Kurzweil in his 2005 book The Singularity is Near. His claim has now become a topic of discussion in social media. People are arguing is it really possible? how to be immortalIn his book, Kurzweil predicts that by the 2030s technology will allow humans to enjoy life forever. He also talked about genetics, nanotechnology, robotics and more. Talking about the future in 2017, Kurzweil said, “2029 is the date when AI will pass the test and achieve intelligence equal to that of humans. When we will increase our intelligence billions of times by combining it with the intelligence we create.” ‘ He further says that with the help of these two, edge-reversing nanobots will be born. These tiny bots will continuously fix the damaged cells and tissues of the human body. As we age, our cells and tissues begin to degenerate, but with the help of nanobots, they can be repaired. With this, a person will be able to fight against serious diseases like cancer.predictions made earlier This is not the first time that he has predicted. In 1990, Kurzweil predicted that the world’s best chess player would be defeated by a computer by 2000. The prediction came true in 1997 when Deep Blue defeated Garry Kasparov. Later in 1999, he made another prediction stating that by 2023, a $1,000 laptop would have the storage capacity and capacity of a human.
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