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Artificial intelligence is being used to record Holocaust survivors stories in a way that makes it seem like a live question and answer session, reports 60 Minutes. 

Millions perished in the Holocaust, but a group of survivors will now be able to live on, at least via real-time video conversations about their experiences and perspectives, forever. In an innovative attempt to harness the artificial intelligence technologies of the present and the future to keep alive the stories of the past, Holocaust survivors may be the first people ever to be able to continue carrying on conversations (virtually, at least) even after their deaths.

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