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AI can turn deceased loved one into a hologram to chat to in the kitchen (www.dailymail.co.uk)

By learning from video footage, photographs and other material such as social media posts and text messages, AI can recreate a hologram that looks, speaks or interacts like the real person.

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checkers
checkers
2 months ago

Necromancy is forbidden in the Bible because it is a deception. You aren’t actually talking to a dead loved one but rather a demon that knew your dead loved one.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
2 months ago
Reply to  checkers

Lol, it isn’t a demon. It’s just an AI roleplaying. It’s basically a “style transfer” like asking to draw Shrek in the style of Van Gogh because it was trained on what the essence of Shrek and Van Gogh.

It’s basically asking your friend to read your dead girlfriend’s facebook posts, put on a wig, and talk like her.

Acting.

Blind Gill
Blind Gill
2 months ago

And a chill filled the room.

cajungirl
cajungirl
2 months ago

I feel sorry for those that don’t know the prohibitions against it who are grieving. They will fall for it. So will some who know better but are hurting.

Blind Gill
Blind Gill
2 months ago
Reply to  cajungirl

Agree. I have a friend who is “into” spiritualism…but I’m sure she doesn’t know what it means. It’s addictive to the victim of it too. They tell them just enough to hook them. I pray she finds solace in Jesus.

cajungirl
cajungirl
2 months ago

And after reading the article, I don’t think I’ll be calling it “grief tech”. I think I’ll call it “digital necromancy”.

Rick
Rick
2 months ago

This is a new market emerging for those grieving. They will give palm readers good competition.