Björn Gate, 78

Björn is a 78-year old man that was always driven by curiosity, something that has brought him all around the world. He has spent most of his life living abroad or traveling but since moving back to Sweden he struggles with adapting to a culture that values independency.  In conversation with our AI- assistant we hear Björn talk openly about the grief of leaving people that matter behind, about life as a LGBT- person and the realisation that life is not always easy. 

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Ingegerd Brusewitz, 101

Ingegerd is a lively woman of 101 that has experienced more than most people could ever dream about. World War II  came to affect her and her choice of profession, as well as her view on life; it has made her approach life with courage and compassion. She is a true ”southerner”, heart and soul, and has lived on Stockholms Södermalm for the past 70 years. In her conversation with our AI-assistant we hear about what growing up in the 1920`s was like, the power of compassion and humanity in difficult times and how to make love last all through life.

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About Memory Lane

A life is full of joy, ups and downs, relations and experiences. Life is about making memories. We all have amazing stories to tell and share with our loved ones. Unfortunately not everyone has someone to share them with, or someone who takes the time to listen. Unwanted loneliness and isolation is a big societal issue when the daily interaction with society slowly increases. As a direct consequence, studies show impact on the health of many elderly citizens, such as depression and accelerated early stage dementia. Independent studies confirm that unwanted loneliness is as dangerous as smoking and obesity.

For more than 100 years, Stockholm Exergi has warmed the citizens of Stockholm both through our business and social engagement. We decided to take the next step in making Stockholm warmer – in a way that had never been done before.

The technology behind Memory Lane Project was initiated two years ago at Accenture Interactive R&D Center in Sophia Antipolis. After over two years of research, development and thousands of hours of testing, they finally successfully launched the now patent-pending Memory Lane. It’s the world’s first reversed engineered voice assistant that can drive meaningful conversations and ask personal questions to the person it is talking to. 


Tell your story

Do you have a story that can inspire others? By taking part in our project you get the opportunity to tell your life story in a unique conversation with an artificial intelligence (AI). We keep and share your history based on this conversation. Maybe you know someone that deserves to be heard?

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