Google is reportedly working on a new artificial intelligence (AI) model to answer questions about users' lives. The initiative, called Project Ellman, would utilise mobile phone data, such as photos and Google searches, to create a comprehensive high-level view of a user's life. By examining and organising the data in a new way, Project Ellman would triangulate multiple data points to identify significant events, which it would classify into "moments" and "chapters."
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