POYNTER AI Resurrection Project


Currently many Sufferers who lost close relative has no solution. See graphs below, these are about sufferer who lost closed relative by accident, war, disease, murder, and suicide. Also, there are many children who lost their parents by divorce. However there are so many sufferers, its solution is nothing more than counseling, phone call to deceased one, and visit deceased blog.

1 in 5 children will experience the death of someone close to them by age 18.(Kenneth Doka, Editor of OMEGA, Journal of Death and Dying)

1 out of every 20 children aged 15 and younger will suffer the loss of one or both parents. (Owens, D. “Recognizing the Needs of Bereaved Children in Palliative Care” Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing. 2008; 10:1)

1.5 million children are living in a single-parent household because of the death of 1 parent. (Owens, D. “Recognizing the Needs of Bereaved Children in Palliative Care” Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing. 2008; 10:1)

Mortality rates for adults in their 40s and 50s in the past two decades have risen dramatically, making it more likely that younger children will experience the death of a parent, or a classmate’s parent. (”Early Grief” Wall Street Journal, Feb. 18,1999)

Parents divorced as a child (age 18-24) 25%, Experienced the death of a parent as a child (age 18-24) 5%. ( Australian Bureau of Statistics )

It is estimated that 73,000 children die every year in the United States. Of those children, 83% have surviving siblings. (Torbic, H. “Children and Grief: But what about the children?” Home Healthcare Nurse. 2011;29(2):67-79)

In a study of 11- to 16-year-olds, 78% reported that at least one of their close relatives or friends had died. (Harrison and Harrington, 2001)

In a poll of 1,000 high school juniors and seniors, 90% indicated that they had experienced the death of a loved one. (nahic.ucsf.edu/downloads/Mortality.pdf)

One in every 1,500 secondary school students dies each year. (nahic.ucsf.edu/downloads/Mortality.pdf)

One out of every 20 children aged fifteen and younger will suffer the loss of one or both parents.

69% of Americans who lost a parent growing up still think about their parent frequently.

Each year 8 million Americans suffer the death of someone close to them.

Losing a husband or wife is a devastating experience that many of us will have to face. About 40 percent of women and 13 percent of men who are 65 and older are widowed, according to latest census figures. Until recently, very little sound research existed about how we live on after a loved one has died.

If you suffer loss of close relative, traditional approaches were counseling, channeling, phone call to deceased cell, visit to deceased FB, Twitter, SNS with sufferer. But these approaches are not enough to satisfy.

That's Why We Built AI Resurrection Agent AI Resurrection Agent gives them a solution. POYNTER AI technology and modeling skills creates deceased virtual model who behaves and chat with you anywhere, anytime.Now we need your help. Back us to help make next a reality now. If parrents divorced case, POYNTER provides divorced parents virtual model

POYNTER technology makes you together again

POYNTER has long research career for robotics, AI, search engine, machine learning, etc more than 20 years. POYNTER technology can create your deceased model and provide you by smartphone/PC application. The model on apps would be linked with POYNTER Cloud system and AI engine, and you can communicate with the model as if you chat with your deceased one. This is the first service never seen ever before.



+ USD $4000
+ Customized model ( Your deceased model )
+ Behavior
+ Text chat
+ Modeling ( face design )
+ Modeling ( individual character/personality )
+ monthly fee version without USD$100/month


  • Model

    POYNTER makes original model using POYNTER own skills.

  • 3D Model

    POYNTER AI Resurrection Agent is 3D model. It is better quality and relaity than 2D model.

  • Behavior

    POYNTER AI Resurrection Agent behaves, it strikes poses and acts.

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