Here’s related articles and pages I’ve discovered worth reading along with my commentary on some occasions.
- Why don’t we just… make a digital will? – Big Issue North
- What happens to our online lives after we die? | Science | AAAS
- An AI Project that Allows us to Have Conversations with Dead Holocaust Survivors – Digital Legacy Management
- How to manage your digital legacy after you die – Maddyness – Le Magazine des Startups Françaises
- Making It Easier to Honor a Loved One on Facebook After They Pass Away | Facebook Newsroom
- Marie Kondo tries to help a digital hoarder get his life in order – CNN
- The Changing Attitudes to Death Report 2018 by Death.io | Death.io Blog
Results of a UK survey provides the changing attitudes toward death in a report
- Soon you can immortalize yourself as an A.I. chatbot. But should you? | Digital Trends
- In the future, you will be forever | ASU Now: Access, Excellence, Impact
Interview with Gregg Pascal Zachary a professor at ASU, who so eloquently answers questions about future digital immortality after a recent presentation on the subject
- Disrupting death: Technologists explore ways to digitize life
New technologies are opening the door to near-everlasting life as well as a myriad of ethical and philosophical questions.
- Digital Afterlife: What Happens to Your Facebook When You Die? – February 28, 2018 – SF Weekly
…and other considerations regarding your digital personal data
- Swedish death cleaning: how to declutter your home and life
- How close are we to a Black Mirror-style digital afterlife? | Television & radio | The Guardian
- Elton John's leap into VR is just the start of his post-biological life | WIRED UK
In the future we’ll all be able to do this and live on after we die.
- 8 New Jobs People Will Have In 2025 | Co.Exist | ideas + impact
- NBA bans teams from using wearable data in contract negotiations
- Controlling your digital legacy – Information Age
- Digital legacy — an unsolved Problem – Medium
- Your digital life after death |
Here’s a glimpse of how the future of funeral homes and memorials will change based on our digital data.
- Fabric is a magical journal that automatically keeps track of your life
- Life Logging Is Dead. Long Live Life Logging?
Lifelogging is not dead…we just need advancements in AI & other Machine / Deep learning to gain insights.
- This Microsoft legend has a mind-blowing theory for how tech is changing our memories | Business Insider India
- Lifelogging is dead (for now) | Computerworld
- Track Your Life In Google Analytics – Data Runs Deep
- Sony Xperia Eye could thrust AI-based ‘lifelogging’ into the limelight | ExtremeTech
Nice story & analysis on Sony’s Xperia Eye: A #Lifelogging camera that uses #AI to edit your life’s highlights.
- Paris' past and present meet in drop dead gorgeous photographs
- BBC – Future – Facebook is a growing and unstoppable digital graveyard
Great article on the human aspects surrounding a digital legacy
- My Dog is More Connected Than Your Dog – ReadWrite
Quantified Self apps & devices for Dogs & Cats
- Beyond the Grave
The future of cemeteries and how we’ll be remembered digitally
- Apple demands widow get court order to access dead husband's password – Business – CBC News