Life After Death: Develop an application that will overcome death

The question of whether there is life after death probably comes from the very beginning of humanity. What happens to a man when he dies, does he continue to live in some other form?

That question was put to you by a Romanian one after he received the news that his good friend died. From that tragedy, the idea of “virtual immortality” was born, that is, the creation of an avatar of a man after his death.

The first step is to create an application called “Eternime” that will collect information through its use of the smartphone and via chatbot during the life of the user.

The idea is to use all collected data after the death of a person to create a virtual avatar that will have a chatbot in the background so that family and friends can continue to “talk” to the user after his death.

 

“We collect geolocation, movement, activities, data on health, sleep, photos, and messages,” stressed the creator of “Eternime”, Marius Ursache.

Considering a large amount of personal data that will be collected, Ursache emphasizes that he will never show ads in the application, but he plans to offer customers a payment option if they want some additional services.

Although more than 40,000 people have applied for testing the “Eternime” application, only 40 of them have been given the chance to test the application. For them, the application is like a digital diary in which they record everyday events, memories, feelings – things they otherwise would forget.

The idea is to use all collected data after the death of a person to create a virtual avatar that will have a chatbot in the background so that family and friends can continue to “talk” to the user after his death.

 

What Ursa wants to do is already created by Eugenia Kuida. She, after the death of her friend Roman, created “chatbot” of 10 thousand of his text messages, which gives her an impression of how to correspond with Roman. In the background of its Replica application, there is an artificial intelligence that learns through the “conversation” with users. Already now there are more than 200 thousand active users and has raised $ 11 million in investments.

However, the question now arises, in what period of life, the users want to be “digitized”? Do they want to remain young forever, or to notice their memories of older years?

In addition, how to “censor” certain parts of the life of certain members of the family? Because we do not always share our feelings with everyone and keep some things for ourselves.

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