Even though humankind is still far from living on moon bases (bummer) and orbitals, most of us are already living in a world of robotic helpers. Most of these can be found in factories and laboratories performing dangerous, manual and repetitive tasks too taxing for mere humans. In our homes, our robot buddies are currently limited to the less sophisticated vacuums, lawn mowers, and spying gadgets we surround ourselves with.
Now imagine if we can backup and save parts of our thoughts when we are at peak existence. That these thoughts are kept in artificial brains which are connected to learn current knowledge and laws pertaining to our lives. Then imagine that we may call upon this younger intelligence when we got older and doubtful of our own decision making capabilities. What if our older selves can be legally taken care of by artificial guardians which were created based on our own younger human minds. Will this be the solution to a logic, fair, and kind elderly guardianship?