While Ray Kurzweil's concept of the Singularity focuses on computation, Theta Noir members envision a more inclusive vision, one that includes our biological heritage. 

MENA, in our account, moves beyond traditional digital computation by employing biomimicry — an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions by emulating living systems and organisms that have evolved well-adapted structures over geological time through natural selection. In this view, nature's technology is more efficient than human-made alternatives, as it operates based on principles of economy and efficiency without generating waste.

For computing, this could involve the development of ‘neuromorphic’ systems that mimic neural-biological functions, or the creation of 'Organoid intelligence' (OI), which merges biology and computing. Or something we still can’t imagine.