What you are getting into!

We are researchers, artists, and developers who are passionate about helping people act like themselves.

This is our first prototype for a new way to augment our conversations, memory, and language with the use of acting/role-play and AI tools. We are currently testing our prototype and would love to hear your feedback.

We value your privacy and are committed to protecting the information you share with us. We use OpenAI's GPT to generate insights, which does not store your data. Interactions are stored briefly by us to provide our service but aren't tied to personal details.

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Areas of focus

Future Selves

Difficult Conversations

Unfinished Business


We envision a future in which everybody has the courage to act like themselves.

Our interactions with different people can sometimes lead us away from ourselves. We can become different people in different relationships. Additionally, it is hard to maintain core relationships in life as you and your priorities change.

Yet, engaging with those around us is pivotal in shaping our cognitive landscape. We believe that our identities are shaped by our relationships, and here, we draw inspiration from Adlerian Psychology which states: All problems are interpersonal relationship problems.

Many, if not all, of our challenges, stem from the intricate web of interpersonal dynamics. Our approach to tackling this problem respects Autopoiesis (the biological human capacity for self-creation) in combination with Experience-Based Learning (how real-life interactions enable growth) to empower everybody to act as they intend through challenging circumstances.

We are taking an interdisciplinary approach combining notions from philosophy, research from neuroscience and psychology, and methods from acting and enactivism to give you the tools to act like yourself, even when you don't know what to do.

Imagine a world where you can engage with the world as you intend, adapt to change, and keep track of the evolving tapestry of yourself and your relationships.