March 2, 2023 – Keeper Memorials, the online memorial platform, announced the launch of their biography and obituary writing assistant powered by artificial intelligence. This marks Keeper’s initial stride toward establishing itself as a frontrunner in the field of AI in the end-of-life space.
Following market research, development, and experimentation, Keeper Memorials is excited to release their writing assistant designed to empower families seeking assistance in writing an obituary or biography. This will be launched as a secure, optional feature for Keeper users.
“Losing a loved one is a deeply personal and emotional experience. The process of writing an obituary can be overwhelming, especially during a time of grief. With the release of our biography writing assistant, families can tell these stories more fluidly while being able to customize them to a tone that fits their loved ones. We call it an assistant because it is a way to help families get started in this process and will never be able to replace the love and sentiment we feel for our loved ones.” – Mandy Benoualid, President, Keeper Memorials.
Every person’s life is unique, and their obituary and biography should reflect that. Keeper’s tool powered by ChatGPT can help generate personalized and meaningful language that captures the essence of a life and legacy. By inputting information about the honoree, such as their hobbies, interests, and achievements, Keeper can suggest language that honors their memory and celebrates their life. This streamlined process can save families time and reduce the stress of finding the right words – making it easier to create a meaningful tribute.
Families from over 200+ countries use Keeper Memorials every month, and our new writing assistant tool was designed to help our global user base. By leveraging machine learning, Keeper is making it easier to create a meaningful tribute, reducing the stress of trying to find the right words.
About Keeper Memorials
Keeper is a social online memorial platform dedicated to memorializing the lives of the departed. Users can create a collaborative memorial, where friends and family can leave tribute messages, upload photos, like, share, comment, connect, and remember those who are dearly missed. Keeper also partners with cemeteries and funeral homes to offer a suite of digital memorialization tools including online memorials, walk-to-grave mobile applications, and kiosks. To learn more, visit www.mykeeper.com.