🔗 Google is reportedly working on a project that lets AI models tell someone’s “life story.” — The Verge

Project Ellmann […] will take users’ search results and photos to […] present a “bird’s-eye” approach to a person’s life. […] For example, the “college” chapter or the “becomes a parent” chapter. People could use Ellmann to ask questions like “did I have a pet,” or “when did my sibling last visit.”

Personally, […] I have a good enough memory of my life that I wish I could forget certain moments.

My memory is terrible so I could use this but the method makes me supremely uncomfortable.