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The Journey to Digital Immortality

Could an AI avatar collect all your thoughts and memories, then become a digital clone of yourself and “live” forever?

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The MIT EDP mavericks team (left to right): Rajat, Matt, me, Rida, Pallavi, Trevor, Frans, Nicolas.
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Businessweek China was among hundreds of publications who wrote about Eternime

“they look like a bunch of con artists who will steal your organs and then drop your body on the side of the road”

Our end goal is to preserve the thoughts, stories and memories of entire generations and create a library of human memories, one where you could ask people in the past about their individual or collective experiences and thoughts.

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Laurian Gridinoc
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Darko, Laurian, Marius at a coworking space in Skopje, Macedonia (July 2015).
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Marius, Marijan and Darko in Skopje, Macedonia (July 2015).
A brief look at the new avatar. The second part (the talking avatar) will be released later (2016–2017).

“the more information you give the avatar access to, the smarter it will become”

What’s next: You

CEO @ Metabeta (data-driven portfolio management for early-stage startup investments).

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