So I'm trying to remember the name of a short story. I can't recall if it was in an audio or written format. I think this would have been a few years ago; I might have read it in Clarkesworld but I can't seem to find it. It's written in the style of an interview or interrogation, but only the subject's side of things, the implication being that the other half was cut out. The interview subject, and effectively protagonist, was a member of a group of genetically engineered children with great intelligence. They have to make something of value to humanity to be allowed to graduate and leave the facility they live at which the protagonist and (if I recall correctly) boyfriend at one point was trying to achieve. At some point it became clear that
They weren't going to achieve this in the allotted time, I don't recall why. The protagonist's boyfriend uploads his mind into a computer. The protagonist then killed their boyfriend's biological body to, at least in their mind, help him escape. It is by this point increasingly clear this is what he is being interrogated about.