Justin Harrison, the founder and CEO, started working on this technology after two life changing events: his mother’s stage-4 cancer diagnosis along with his own near fatal motorcycle accident. These events inspired him to find a solution that would allow him to keep connecting with his mother, even after death. In fact, Harrison has been working on this project every day since 2019 and will be amongst the presenters to speak at a live virtual launch event taking place this evening.
Versonas enables users of this platform to have everyday conversations with their deceased and absent loved ones through texts and voice memos. Psychologist, author and renowned trauma expert Dr. Michelle Stevens said, “Anyone who’s experienced loss or works with people who are experiencing loss recognizes the value in (YOV).” Stevens will also be speaking at tonight’s launch, specifically highlighting the clinical implications for YOV’s technology. YOV’s launch event will also feature real users from the MyYOV Beta testing, sharing their impact stories.
“We hope to use this as not just a methodology for comfort and alleviating grief, but also as a therapeutic tool.” – Justin Harrison
The MyYOV Launch will take place live, this Friday, on March 31 at 2355 Honolulu Ave., Montrose, CA 91020 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. It will also be streamed live here: https://www.youtube.com/live/lCBtUyOb7Zo?feature=share.
YOV’s platform for interacting with deceased loved ones could be a revolutionary concept that could change the way people see and experience loss. There has never been a more innovative solution for the universal human challenge of death. YOV’s Launch event this evening will provide insight into the future of AI and just how much it can impact humanity’s ever-challenging struggle with grief and loss.