AI Deadbots

AI deadbots, also known as griefbots, are artificial intelligence systems designed to emulate deceased individuals based on their collected data, such as speech patterns and social media behaviors. These technologies serve to comfort those grieving by providing digital interactions with representations of their lost loved ones. However, the concept of deadbots raises ethical, privacy, and psychological concerns, highlighting the necessity for strict regulation. The technology has been gaining traction, particularly in the USA and China, with notable developments like Microsoft’s 2017 patent on the technology. The need for careful consideration in the design and implementation of deadbots is critical to safeguard users from potential harm and to address the diverse cultural implications of digital immortality.

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