Using AI, cartoonist Amy Kurzweil connects with deceased grandfather in ‘Artificial’

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Cartoonist Amy Kurzweil’s new graphic memoir, Artificial: A Love Story, focuses on how she and her father Ray harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to connect with the grandfather she never knew. Marissa Leshnov for NPR

Marissa Leshnov for NPR

When it comes to attempts by the living to communicate with the dead, psychic mediums and ouija boards will probably never go out of style. But now, there’s also AI.

In her new graphic memoir, Artificial: A Love Story, New Yorker cartoonist Amy Kurzweil

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