The development of information technology will make digital immortality available to all. This can be achieved through implanting neuro-nanorobots into the brain. Despite having similar properties to ordinary cells, they differ from their living cousins in a number of important ways: they are programmed to interact with a computer; they are immortal; they can draw energy both from the organism and an external source, etc. This type of nanorobot scans information about a cell, writes it to itself, and then replaces the cell. Initially, it is implanted into the blood, whereupon it proceeds to extract vital matter from the biowaste of the body’s organs and build its own copy. The process of replacing the brain takes place over an extended period, and painlessly for the patient, who can continue their daily activity during and after the process. In addition, the patient can load firmware to augment reality or enhance their personality, and after the body’s natural death the brain sends a signal that it needs to be extracted and connected to a special computer. Thus, the person attains digital immortality. This brain will be the center and processor of the data array, and, curiously, will retain its own consciousness.