Legathum - a Latin word that refers to legacy - has as main goal to keep a person’s memories and to make them last beyond that person’s lifetime.
Neuropsychologist, author and entrepreneur Deibson Silva created the Legathum project leading a multidisciplinary team with professionals from Brazil and the Silicon Valley, in the United States.
The team develops specific tasks gathering technology experts, artificial intelligence, big data in natural language specialists, neuroscience and game design innovators.
In this technological and scientific cruzade, Silva counts with specialized consultancy from professor Alberto Todeschini, Chief of the Science & Technology Department at Berkeley University, California.
With this neuroscientific and technological mixed forces, Legathum will use the ultimate digital technology and artificial intelligence to create interactive records of everyone’s personal memories and mindsets.
Legathum – a Latin word that refers to legacy – has as main goal to keep a person’s memories and to make them last beyond lifetime.
The combined application of artificial intelligence mechanisms and digital devices will make us able to preserve eternally every human being’s legacy, and independently if he’s alive or not, to share his mentality, his knowledge and experiences with other people.
Legathum has its first prototype scheduled for December, 2020. The device will be a digital application that will work through a storytelling method, that is, the person himself will tell his story to. “[He or she] will talk to our robot, whom is the driver. It works as a personal mentor and will lead the person all along the journey within the app, so artificial intelligence can map everything about the person,” explains Deibson.
The robot – a software application designed to simulate human connections over and over again in a standard way – will be called Ethernum.
your memories can last forever.
Let your achievements lead the future even when you are not here anymore.