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Leaving Tweets Even After Your Death Possible With New App

by Savitha C Muppala on February 25, 2013 at 1:17 AM
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 Leaving Tweets Even After Your Death Possible With New App

Is it possible to leave tweets even after one's death ? Eerie as it may sound, we do have some interesting technology that can make life at the grave interesting!

The LivesOn app, lives true to its name and ensures you can tweet even after you are gone from this earth.

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The application, which will be launched from March this year, is a special twitter application that will allow tweet messages even after death. The application will continue to leave tweet messages on the dead person's behalf.

Creepy as it may seem, this service employs artificial intelligence to quickly learn and adapt to a user's tweeting pattern. The application builds information about the user's interests and messaging style.

The information gathered will be employed to create tweets on behalf of the users. This application will be introduced in March without a cost. Users will need to create a new twitter account and also nominate an executor to control the account.



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