Mechanical utopianism alludes to the conviction that innovative improvement is an ethical decent, which can and ought to achieve a perfect world, or at least, a general public in which regulations, states, and social circumstances serve the requirements of all its citizens. Instances of techno-idealistic objectives incorporate post-shortage financial matters, life expansion, mind transferring, cryonics, and the formation of fake genius.Singularitarianism and transhumanism are two of the most important techno-utopian movements.
The “continued evolution of human life beyond its current human form” through science and technology is the foundation of the transhumanism movement, which is guided by “life-promoting principles and values.””Singularitarians believe that machine superintelligence will “accelerate technological progress” by orders of magnitude and “create even more intelligent entities ever faster,” which may lead to a pace of societal and technological change that is “incomprehensible” to us.
 The movement gained wider popularity at the beginning of the 21st century. The technological singularity is the name given to this horizon of events. Two prominent proponents of techno-utopianism are Ray Kurzweil and Nick Bostrom.Progressive, religious, and conservative thinkers have praised and criticized techno-utopianism.