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What Happens When You Create a Chatbot to Memorialize a Friend

Whenever we lose someone close to us, there's an inclination, a need even, to sort through our memories of that person. Memories not just in our minds, but our digital memories too—emails, texts, photos, videos, social media posts. But eventually, we have to stop looking through those texts and photos, because after a while, it's like listening to a song on repeat for too long.
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