Welcome to CyBeRev!
Effective January 1, 2013, CyBeRev participation has been limited to pre-existing
accounts and new accounts will be by invitation only. If you are interested in participating,
please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send
you the information you need to get started.
About the project
CyBeRev means cybernetic beingness revival.
The CyBeRev project is part of a multi-decade experiment to test the comparability of single
person actual human consciousness with a digital representation of the same person created by personality
software that draws upon a database comprised of the original person's digitized interactions,
as assessed by expert psychological review. The purpose of the CyBeRev project is to preserve sufficient digital information
about a person so that, should the experiment validate the comparability of such consciousnesses, recovery of the digitized
personality will remain possible. The Terasem Movement believes that future technology will enable full recovery
of functionality for CyBeRev people in this manner.
The first step toward achieving that goal, and the purpose of this website, is for
participants to store digital reflections of their mannerisms, personality, recollections,
feelings, beliefs, attitudes and values with as great a fidelity as is possible.
Participants can store digital reflections in a variety of formats, including:
- Text documents
- Audio recordings
- Personality tests
Participants can then choose to share some or all of their information with others
through the Visit Reflections feature of the project.
The service is provided by invitation only based on sponsorship by an active Terasem
participant. Candidates must be over the age of 13. Send an inquiry
to email@example.com for additional information.
Terasem Movement is continuing to develop new ways to store digital reflections
and will release these tools once they are fully tested. In addition, TMI is continually
enchancing the current tools and functionality of the site.
Please read the
Terasem Hypotheses and Mission statement