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May 11, 2021

Recording the memories of a loved one can be a comforting way to capture a person and remember them long after they have passed – but what if you could actually capture your loved one? Companies are getting closer to creating perpetual beings, where recorded memories synced to holographic images and then AI is used to create a virtual interactive personality based on that person. Jack Russo and Dr Leonard Hayflick discuss how increased access to this kind of technology can provide immeasurable amounts of wisdom and data to future generations.


Click HERE to watch the 60 Minutes video on using AI to preserve Holocaust survivor memories