Google’s internal proposal, “Project Ellmann,” aims to use AI to provide users with a comprehensive view of their life stories, using mobile data like photos and searches. The project plans to utilize Google’s latest AI model, Gemini, to analyze search results, identify patterns in user photos, and create a chatbot to answer complex questions about a user’s life. The proposed system could provide deeper context to photos, identify significant life moments, and even infer events like a child’s birth. The project also includes “Ellmann Chat,” a chatbot that already knows details about the user’s life. The project was presented at a recent internal summit, but it’s unclear if it will be integrated into Google Photos or another product. Google told The Verge that Ellmann was an early internal experiment.