One of the tropes of modern materialist religion is the idea of a final ‘salvation’ for the elect via uploading their consciousnesses to some kind of supercomputer that would allow them to ‘live forever’ free of their imperfectly limited fleshy parts.
It’s rather hilariously absurd (even granting that such a thing is possible), because a moment’s thought should reveal that ‘living forever’ in this case is only ‘living until the computer breaks down’. That is, you’re simply trading one perishable body for another, one with perhaps a longer lifespan (though that’s hardly certain), but still very, very finite. You’ve not actually made any progress at all; you’ve simply kicked the can down the road. It’s like if a dog decided the secret to immortality was to become human (except that being human would be an actual improvement for the dog, as opposed to being a computer program).