Is there a way to make better use of the deceased? Perhaps more effectively encapsulating the knowledge they possessed in life? NullDeco thinks so. In an unusual take on immortality, he says human remains may one day be stored in museum-like cemeteries which allow digital records of a person’s life and thoughts to reside next to their tomb for access by later generations.
Thanks to Skwid2014, Sasquatch, david-k and Daniel_Katz this somewhat morbid theme saw some further extrapolation.
How do we accommodate a family’s privacy concerns in this arrangement? What benefits might we see in the field of medicine should such a system arise?