Scientists create a human embryo without humans

According to artificial intelligence, science gave birth to a human embryo, without a human. At the beginning of this discovery, Israeli researchers managed to create a model of an embryo without egg and without sperm in the laboratory. A step forward in terms of research, but still raises ethical questions.

This embryo resembles a human cell like two drops of water was created only through chemical reactions. Although the process raises a number of ethical questions, in reality this type of research is highly regulated.

In most countries, scientists are allowed to work in laboratories on these specific topics, but under certain conditions. Embryos should not exceed the prescribed age limit is 14 days. In addition, the fetal organs begin to develop.

Despite the debate, these kinds of findings hold great hope for research. Progress on this issue could provide an opportunity understand the early phases of human development. These experiments also allow us to better address the issues of sterility, miscarriage, and even birth defects in the future.

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