Google working on an AI assistant that could answer ‘impossible’ questions about you

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Google is reportedly developing an AI assistant that analyzes personal photos, files and search results with the aim of telling “your life story.”

This news comes from CNBC in which documents emerged showing that the tech giant recently held an “internal summit” where company executives and employees presented Project Ellman. According to the piece, the AI ​​will provide a “bird's eye view” of a person's life by pulling files from your Google account and using written biographies and adjacent content to understand context. This process involves searching through the information files to identify key moments. The Google employees claimed that Project Ellman could infer what day a user was born, who their parents are, and whether they have any siblings.