I am an atheist, but I believe that in the future technologies will allow creating an artificial God, the Afterlife, Paradise, etc. My question is: if you were to design Paradise, what rules would you set for getting there? The attitude of different religions to the problem of life after death is quite different. Abrahamic religions have one, Buddhism has another, Shintoism has the third, and so on. Conflict between different ethical systems is possible (suicide in Christianity is a mortal sin, and in the Japanese Code Bushido is a way to save honor). It will also be important to take into account the ideological features of alien communities, if they exist in our (and not only in our) Universe besides us. They also need to be taken to the Afterlife. There is a theory that everyone will be given according to his faith. But in the case of atheists, you can also take them to Paradise. The most attractive is the idea that after death you need to take everyone into Paradise - regardless of their deeds and faith in life. This will avoid uncertainty when, under different ethical and religious systems, the activities of different people are evaluated differently. So in Paradise, I want to take both the righteous and the villains. Paradise, I imagine a place like a social network, where everyone chooses with whom to be friends with and with whom to communicate and whom to ignore. One thing is certain: there will be no sin in the afterlife.