Artificial intelligence let him to talk to his girlfriend after she died, improving his mental health

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Roughly eight years after she died, Joshua still had not healed from the loss of his girlfriend, Jessica.

She died in 2012 after battling autoimmune hepatitis, and September, her birthday month, was always the hardest for him.

After reading about a website that used artificial intelligence called “chatbots,” Joshua signed up.

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Bay Area programmer Jason Rohrer developed “Project December,” the Chronicle reported. The technology he used, called GPT-3, is considered one of the most advanced AI systems globally, capable of recreating human language exponentially more proficient than Amazon&#x