The Verge obtained a leaked copy of an internal Google video, which offers a “Black Mirror”-style vision of how data could direct human behaviour. The video was made in 2016 by Nick Foster, the head of design at Google’s ambitious research and development division X. Google said the short film was designed to be provocative and does not relate to any products currently in development.
Google created a creepy video in which it imagines a future where an evolving record of our online data could be used to direct human behaviour.
The video was obtained by The Verge and was made in 2016 by Nick Foster, the head of design at Google’s ambitious research and development division X. It offers an unsettling and controversial vision of the future that would not look out of place on the Netflix show “Black Mirror.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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