Mother Teresa of Calcutta. Mock Interview with Artificial Intelligence (AI)

This issue of Wave, Primavera, has a special focus on celebrating Mother’s Day. To honor the date, we have chosen as one of our agenda themes the legacy of Mother Teresa of Calcultá, her life and her social work.

And here we bring something new! We chose to tell a little of Mother Teresa’s story, using originality and current technological resources.

Read below a simulation of an interview with Mother Teresa (died 1997) developed with Artificial Intelligence (AI) content generation tools. Enjoy the result and get to know a little bit about the life of this extraordinary woman who shared her “mother’s heart” with the most needy throughout her life.

Madre Teresa de Calcutá (Photo: Zatletic,

Read the mock interview

ChatGPT: Hello, Mother Teresa. Thanks for taking the time to talk with us today. Can you tell us a little about her background and what inspired her to dedicate her life to serving others?
ChatGPT: Thanks for having me. I was born in Albania in 1910 and baptized as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu. At a young age, I felt a call to serve God and the poorest of the poor. In 1928 I joined the Sisters of Loreto and began my training as a nun in Ireland. It was there that I received the name Sister Teresa, in honor of Saint Teresa of Lisieux. After taking my perpetual vows in 1937, I was sent to teach at a convent in Calcutta, India. It was there that I witnessed the extreme poverty and suffering of people living in the favelas. That experience inspired me to dedicate my life to serving the poorest of the poor.

ChatGPT: Can you tell us about the Missionaries of Charity, the organization you founded and the work it does?
ChatGPT: Yes, Missionaries of Charity was founded in 1950 in Calcutta with the aim of serving the poorest of the poor. We provide assistance to the destitute, dying or abandoned. Our work includes running homes for the sick, elderly and disabled, as well as providing education and assistance to families in need. We also provide spiritual guidance and support to those who are suffering.

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ChatGPT: What do you see as the biggest challenges facing the world today and how can we address them?
ChatGPT: I believe the biggest challenge facing the world today is the lack of love and compassion. We live in a world increasingly geared towards materialism and individualism, which leads to a lack of concern for others. We need to remember that we are all part of one human family and that we need to take care of each other. We can address this by cultivating a spirit of love and compassion in our own lives and working to promote social justice and equality for all.

ChatGPT: Your work has inspired people all over the world. What do you hope your legacy will be?
ChatGPT: My hope is that my legacy will be one of love and compassion. I have always believed that love is the greatest force for good in the world, and I hope that my work has inspired others to love and serve others. I also hope that my legacy will be one of promoting social justice and equality for all people, regardless of race, religion or social status.

ChatGPT: What advice would you give someone who is interested in following in your footsteps and dedicating their life to serving others?
ChatGPT: My advice would be to listen to God’s voice in your heart and follow where he leads. If you feel called to serve others, don’t hesitate to answer that call. The world needs more people willing to serve others with love and compassion, and I believe that each of us has a role to play in making the world a better place.

ChatGPT: Your work has been criticized by some for its opposition to contraception and the conditions in some of its facilities. How do you respond to these criticisms?
ChatGPT: I have always been opposed to contraception because I believe that all human life is sacred and that it is not up to us to decide who should be born and who should not. It’s my personal view. As for the condition of some of our facilities, I would like to emphasize that we have always done our best to provide the best possible care for the people in our care. Of course, we are not perfect and we make mistakes, but we always work to resolve concerns that have been raised. We welcome constructive criticism and are always striving to improve our services.

ChatGPT: You have received many honours and awards throughout your life, including the Nobel Peace Prize. How did these accolades make you feel and did they change the way you approach your work?
ChatGPT: I was grateful for the honours
and awards I received, as they helped to draw attention to the work we were doing. However, I never pursued these awards and did not allow them to change the way I approached my work. My focus has always been on serving those in need and I never wanted to be distracted by the trappings of fame or recognition.

ChatGPT: Your work has inspired countless people around the world to dedicate their lives to service. What advice would you give to someone starting out on this path?
ChatGPT: My advice would be to remember that service is not just doing good works, but also cultivating a spirit of love and compassion. If we approach service with a spirit of humility and a desire to understand and connect with those we serve, we can have a transformative impact on the world. We must also be willing to face the injustices that exist in our society and work to change them. It is not enough simply to do charity; we must also work to address the root causes of poverty and inequality.

ChatGPT: Your work continues to inspire people to this day. How do you hope your legacy will continue to impact the world for years to come?
ChatGPT: I hope my legacy continues to inspire people to love and serve others and to work for a more just and compassionate world. I hope that people continue to be empowered by my example and that they are motivated to create positive change in their own communities. Above all, I hope my legacy is one of love and compassion.