Taiwanese Musician Uses AI to Reconnect with Late Daughter

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After the death of his daughter, a Taiwanese musician uses artificial intelligence to reconnect with her and restart his life with his wife.

When his daughter died in December 2021 after battling a rare blood disease, veteran Taiwanese musician Tino Bao wrote in Mandarin on his social media page: “At 10.44am today, I lost the love of my life, my daughter has become an angel. “Thank you for being in the Bao family for 22 years and four months, Daddy will forever be by your side from now on; let’s go home.” “Home” was not what it used to be, though.

Tino Bao and his wife stopped speaking to each other for half a year after their child’s demise, each afraid of saying something that might hurt the other, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported. It was the “return” of their beloved daughter, Bao Rong, through artificial intelligence (AI) that helped the couple reconnect and restart their life together. Tino Bao – already pursuing a doctorate in AI – created a video of his late daughter sending his wife birthday greetings and even singing her a birthday song. “Mummy, happy birthday, I really miss yo

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Taiwanese Musician AI Artificial Intelligence Death Daughter Reconnection


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