According to Super Innovators report.. this facility is currently not available. But the intention is to help countries like South Korea, Bulgaria, Japan, etc., which are suffering from population decline, Hashim said. In the over 8-minute long animated video, the facility is said to run entirely on renewable energy. The Actolife facility said the laboratory would have a large number of artificial wombs, inside which the babies would grow.
He claims that Actolife enables infertile couples to conceive a child and become real parents. Also, it is said to be a solution for women who have had their uterus surgically removed due to cancer or other complications. The facility has 75 laboratories, each capable of growing 400 growth pads or artificial embryos, he said.
The pads are designed to mimic the conditions in the mother’s womb and adapt to the unborn child. In addition to this, the growth pods also contain sensors that monitor the baby’s vital signs like heart rate, blood pressure, breathing rate and oxygen levels. Any genetic abnormalities can also be monitored.
Artificial insemination techniques are used to create sperm and eggs from these growth pods and then select genetically superior embryos. Children’s characteristics like hair color, eye color, height, intelligence, skin color, genetic diseases are said to be modified. This technology is already available, Hashim said, but ethical constraints are preventing it from becoming a reality. He concluded his video by saying that every feature is completely science based and scientists and engineers have already achieved it.
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