If the purpose of human existence is to pass on its own DNA, then in the end what is left will be a selection of perfect genes. But all this is like a deduction carried out by an unknown force. Once the deduction is unsuccessful, it will be overturned and start to evolve from the most basic life. It makes one wonder if the mass extinction experienced on Earth was the work of this force.
This game will continue until the perfect gene is evolved, and humans are just a simulator in the game. But now that simulation calculus is broken, we can choose to intervene or perpetuate the inheritance of genes.
With the emergence and popularization of digitization, everything can be digitized, which also includes our consciousness. This allows our consciousness to be passed on, so genes are discarded in the process. Does this mean that we can get rid of the identity of "simulator" and reshape the human self through data.