Rest in Pixels: Life after Digital Death


There are now over 30 million dead people on Facebook, so what happens when we leave that digital representation of ourselves behind? From algorithms and avatars, to robots and tweeting from the grave, this film explores the burgeoning world of digital legacies and asks whether, in the age of the internet, could we live forever?

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