You Can Now Create a Digital Clone of Yourself with Eternity.AC, an AI Startup Paving a Path to Immortality
WARSAW, Poland, Nov. 16, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Science fiction is coming to life with eternity.ac, a new startup offering personal digital cloning where anyone can challenge the boundaries of physical limitations with an affordable artificial intelligence that looks, talks, and converses just like you. The new venture empowers individuals to preserve their unique appearance, thoughts, experiences, and memories with a simple 3-step clone creation process.
The innovation opens up a new spectrum of meaningful AI uses, such as allowing future generations to interact with loved ones, enabling fans and followers to engage with their favorite public figures, and helping people understand the viewpoints and experiences of others. Once created, people can interact with the clone via written chat or through vocal conversations.
"With so much uncertainty in the world, we believe it's important for us, as people, to start collecting information about ourselves as soon as possibe," said eternity.ac founder Alex Shastakovich. "Only then can we ensure that when the time comes, we don't vanish, but instead leave our lasting presence behind. From grandparents to creatives, everyone has something to share with future generations, and we make it possible to do so forever."
Creating a digital clone on eternity.ac is a three-step process:
Basic clones are free to make, and unlimited tuning and talking is available with the $20 "Plus" plan.
User registration is now open. Those who are interested in exploring digital immortality are invited to make their clone on eternity.ac.
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