I feel like a tiny thing when I pursue my dream

I feel like a tiny thing when I pursue my big dream, which is advancing AI, robotics, human immortality or longevity biotech, and artificial nuclear-fusion powered mass-scale outer space humanity expansion tech.

The gargantuanness of my dream makes me feel so tiny.

There is no guarantee of success. My difficulties and challenges in pursuing my dream are suffocating.

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My dream of advancing transhumanism is so colossal, it makes me feel pathetically small.

I don’t know if other people ever feel small when they pursue their big dreams.

Have you ever felt small when going after a big dream of yours? Feel free to let me know. I would love to know. Leave a comment.

Here’s a summary of my dream. After hearing it, you’ll understand why I feel small when I pursue it.

I’m building a high-tech corporation for advancing AI, robotics, human immortality or longevity biotech, and artificial nuclear-fusion powered mass scale outer space humanity expansion tech.

No guarantee of success whatsoever: But I want to pursue it, so I will. I’ve a multidecadal commitment to it.

I’m currently working on completing and launching the visual AI and robotics software technology products that I’ve been working on. I hope to launch them in one to three years from now; the exact products launch timeline will depend on funding and technology completion progress. No patents and working products yet.

Once I launch my visual AI and robotics software technology products, and I get enough money, I will relocate to Las Vegas, Nevada, or San Jose, California, establish the first Robocentric hardware development center there, and work on developing my robot, biotech, and nuclear-fusion hardware technologies.

My ultimate goal in AI and robotics is doubling the U.S. GDP to US$44 trillion, by adding 300 million or more robot workers to the U.S. national economy that will be managed by the U.S. human workers.

My ultimate goal in biotech is enabling the human immortality or longevity biotech through advancing sensor, scanner, modeler, designer, and synthesizer biotechnologies.

My ultimate goal in outer-space tech is enabling mass-scale outer space humanity expansion initially in the Solar System and eventually beyond the Solar System through advancing artificial nuclear-fusion powered interplanetary mass-scale outer space transportation, mining, construction, manufacturing, and human-habitat technologies.

My long business plan is in my paid book, titled The Future, with book purchase links at Robocentric.com/Future.

My condensed business plan is in my short book, available for free, at Robocentric.com/Plan.

More info on investing in Robocentric and investing terms are available at Robocentric.com/Investors.

If you haven’t already, visit Robocentric.com/Future, and buy and read my book, titled The Future, to learn how I advance artificial intelligence, robotics, human immortality biotech, and mass-scale outer space humanity expansion tech.

If you would like to support what I do, make donations at Robocentric.com/Donation.

Allen Young

The transhumanistic Asian-American man who publicly promotes and advances AI, robotics, human body biotech, and mass-scale outer space tech.