CBS 60 Minutes: Artificial intelligence is preserving our ability to converse with Holocaust survivors even after they die.

donderdag 24 september 20, 08:00

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the end of that war and of the liberation of concentration camps across Europe. Most of the survivors who remain are now in their 80s and 90s. Soon there will be no one left who experienced the horrors of the Holocaust firsthand, no one to answer questions or bear witness to future generations. But as we first reported earlier this year, a new and dramatic effort is underway to change that. Harnessing the technologies of the present and the future, it keeps alive the ability to talk to, and get answers from, the past.

Correspondent Lesley Stahl's interview with Holocaust survivor Aaron Elster, who spent two years of his childhood hidden in a neighbor's attic, was unlike any interview she had ever done.

Verder lezen: ga naar CBS News 60 Minutes: Artificial intelligence is preserving our ability to converse with Holocaust survivors even after they die.

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