An ‘artificial womb facility’, a vast space with 30,000 ‘growth pods’ or artificial wombs capable of growing 30,000 human babies. It was seen in a newly released concept video that sparked shocking reactions on the Internet. This video, which looks like a sci-fi movie, is pure fiction at this point.
The video indicates that the facility does not actually exist and is designed to help countries suffering from population decline.
Yemeni molecular biotechnologist Hashem Al-Ghaili’s 8-minute, 39-minute animated video features EctoLife, a hypothetical artificial womb installation. Large labs have many pods, or artificial wombs, in which babies grow. The video claims that the facility will be powered entirely by renewable energy.
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“Ectolife enables infertile couples to conceive and have children, becoming true parents of their own offspring It is the perfect solution for women who have undergone surgical removal of the uterus due to cancer or other complications,” the voice says in the video.
The imaginary facility has 75 labs, each capable of housing 400 growth pods or artificial wombs The pods are designed to replicate the conditions in the mother’s womb. The growth modules will be equipped with sensors capable of monitoring the baby’s vital signs, such as heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation
Such a uterus could also watch out for any potential genetic abnormalities, according to the video.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is performed to use sperm and eggs before the action is transferred to the growth pods.
The genetically most superior embryos are selected. According to the concept video, “any characteristic” of a baby, such as hair color, eye color, height, intelligence and skin color, can be genetically modified through an array of more than 300 Genoa.
So how are babies born in artificial wombs? Parents can say goodbye to the pain of childbirth, according to a concept video. Babies can be removed from the artificial womb by pressing a button
Many people who watched the video, which has over 230,000 views, were shocked and left comments opposing the concept