Mindclone asks the question, What if you had your brain scanned and all your memories and your entire persona were uploaded to a digital version of yourself? How would you and your Mindclone get along? How would your Mindclone feel about the fact that he has all your memories and desires - including a desire for the girl you just met - but no physical body to act on them? For him, that's a serious bummer. Mindclone shows what might happen when you upload minds to computers: it's a novel of ideas about what it means to be human whether or not you have a body. It explores the science behind the uploading concept, the implications of mindcloning and the digital Singularity that's been famously predicted by futurist Ray Kurzweil. Plus there's a carbon-carbon-silicon love triangle, a redeemed ad-man, adventure, humor, frustrated romance, human and digital foibles, and as an extra added bonus, the defeat of death itself.
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a wonderful story about AI
- AudioBook Reviewer
Fun and enjoyable
- David A. Nelsen