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Dolly Parton sees the benefit of AI in science and medicine, but when it comes to art and replacing humans, she’s not on board with the technology — especially when it comes to duetting with a person who has died.

She tells The Hollywood Reporter, “That scares me to death. That’s like the mark of the beast. It’s like you can’t remake a person. I don’t want that. I want to just leave a body of work behind. I think all this stuff can be great, used in the right way. But not to replace voices and writings and not to replace a human being that belongs to God.”

Dolly’s new album, Rockstar, comes out on November 17th.