StoryFile in the News

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Apr 05, 2020

Artificial intelligence is preserving our ability to converse with Holocaust survivors even after they die

Survivors of the Holocaust now have the chance to preserve their stories in a way that allows them to directly answer future generations’ questions about their experiences.
Tonight, as the world struggles to contain and recover from the novel coronavirus, we offer a story we completed just before life changed so dramatically. It is a story of history, hope, survival and resilience,

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Feb 27, 2020

Joyce Ladner Used Her Stories to Raise Awareness of the Civil Rights Movement. Now, She’s Telling Them in a New Way

When The March, TIME’s virtual reality re-creation of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, opens to the public on Friday at Chicago’s DuSable Museum of African American History, visitors will be able to experience being part of the crowd on the day in 1963 when Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech.

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forbes
Jan 16, 2020

StoryFile is developing interviews with scientists, activists, economists, politicians, and more, to share knowledge of the Climate Change Crisis and raise awareness of its urgency.

Using StoryFile’s app, you can have a conversation with the digital version of Terry. Through artificial intelligence, StoryFile creates immersive story experiences where you can interview anyone about their expertise and their stories.

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variety
Sep 6, 2019

How StoryFile Technology Enables a Recorded Subject to Interact With Viewers

StoryFile uses artificial intelligence and natural-language processing to allow the platform to mimic a real conversation, preserving the subject’s answers for future generations to explore.

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