Lifel­og­ging as life extension

TagLast edit: 26 Mar 2023 0:08 UTC by Mati_Roy

Lifelogging as life extension is the practice of recording a substantial part of one’s life, specifically information about one’s identity, with the purpose of using that information to repair or reconstruct an otherwise partial or total loss of one’s identity (i.e. death).

Sur­vey on lifel­og­gers for a re­search project

Mati_Roy26 Mar 2023 0:02 UTC
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Pro­ject “MIRI as a Ser­vice”

RomanS8 Mar 2023 19:22 UTC
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Re­s­ur­rect­ing all hu­mans ever lived as a tech­ni­cal problem

RomanS31 Oct 2021 18:08 UTC
46 points
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Longter­mism vs short-ter­mism for per­sonal life extension

Mati_Roy17 Jul 2021 3:52 UTC
12 points
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My guide to lifelogging

Matthew Barnett28 Aug 2020 21:34 UTC
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[Question] What are ar­ti­cles on “lifel­og­ging as life ex­ten­sion”?

Mati_Roy13 May 2020 20:35 UTC
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The case for lifel­og­ging as life extension

Matthew Barnett1 Feb 2020 21:56 UTC
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