Update: 2023/04/13
We will begin migrating features to in May 2023, expected to be complete in June 2023.
We are completing a major upgrade to the website, originally scheduled for June 2022. This update is adding CyBeRev functionality as well as major improvements to LifeNaut functionality and UI which were not part of the initial development estimates.
The final development tasks are being completed and we are beginning our pre-release testing.

When this development work is complete you will be able to continue building your mindfile at if choose to migrate.
Unless Terasem receives an email from you electing to delete your Mindfile, Terasem will by default maintain an offline copy of your Mindfile in the archives.

Please check back here for more development updates. We will post an announcement when development begins, and will give regular progress updates here.
Your patience and support are greatly appreciated!

Matt Stevenson, Chief Technology Developer, Terasem Movement Foundation

The Present

The CyBeRev site was recently redesigned to make it more inviting and mobile compatible. Mindfiles are archived frequently to local waterproof and fireproof storage with copies kept at secure offsite locations to ensure long term survival of your data. Comments and suggestions regarding CyBeRev are always welcome, please send to:

The Future

In its progression towards digitizing ones consciousness (see the Terasem Hypotheses), Terasem continues to develop new ways to store and enhance digital reflections and will release new tools as they are fully tested.

Interested volunteers are encouraged to contact Terasem at

AI's in the future will be able to recreate people from the information left behind about them if suitable backups of their brain were not made (in which case it would be straightforward). Neural nanobots would obtain all the available information about them from other people's brains. The AI would also consider all of the person's writings, pictures, movies, etc; also their genetic code. And it could then create a person who would pass a Turing test for that person with their best friends as the judges. For that reason it is worthwhile keeping your own files — letters, emails, photos, writings, etc. Is this recreated person the same person? It is an interesting question, but we could also ask today are we the same person as we were, say, a year ago. The recreated person by the AI is probably at least as close as we are to ourselves after some time passage. — Ray Kurzweil
Inventor of the All-Font Scanner, Talking Book for the Blind & Kurzweil Piano
Creator of AI Music Composers, AI Poets and AI Artists
Recipient of National Medal of Technology