Artificial Womb Facility That Helps Grows 30,000 Babies?

According to the film, the fictitious artificial womb facility is intended to assist countries experiencing population decrease.

An "artificial womb facility" is a big room with 30,000 "growth pods," or artificial wombs, that can grow 30,000 human babies.

The video says that the facility, which doesn't exist in real life, is meant to help countries that are losing people.

Hashem Al-Ghaili, a molecular biotechnologist from Yemen, made the 8:39-minute animation video. In it, EctoLife, a made-up artificial womb facility, is shown.

Ectolife permits infertile couples to become parents. It's ideal for ladies whose uterus was removed for cancer or other reasons.

The made-up facility has 75 labs, and each lab can hold 400 growth pods, also called artificial wombs.

Sensors will be built into the growth pods so that the baby's heartbeat, blood pressure, breathing rate, and oxygen saturation can all be tracked.

Before the action moves to the growth pods, invitro fertilisation (IVF) is used to create embryos from the sperm and egg and choose the one with the best genes.

The concept video shows that over 300 genes can be used to change "any trait" of the baby, such as hair colour, eye colour, height, intelligence, and skin tone.