Skip to comments.Masters of the Universe: Leaked Video Shows Google’s Vision of ‘Total Data Collection’
Posted on 05/17/2018 10:54:55 AM PDT by C19fan
A leaked internal video from Google portrays the companys vision of total data collection. The 2016 video made by Google Xs Head of Design Nick Foster was obtained by the Verge, and discusses how users could choose a life goal, which Google then attempts to steer them towards through personalization.
It imagines a future of total data collection, where Google helps nudge users into alignment with their goals, custom-prints personalized devices to collect more data, and even guides the behavior of entire populations to solve global problems like poverty and disease, declared the Verge, who reported that the middle section of the video presents a conceptual Resolutions by Google system, in which Google prompts users to select a life goal and then guides them toward it in every interaction they have with their phone.
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What if my life goal is to serve my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ? Google, what say you?
/src on/There is a nice Episcopalan church in your neighborhood with a gay married vicar./src off/
Data collecting all the nudes that get sent back and forth. Half of those are going to be pretty scary.
Darn! Can not unsee!
One last choice, and then you can abandon free will altogether. Let the Hive Mind make decisions for you. What a relief! Sadly, I can see how that would be attractive to a lot of people.
Google+ died from lack of privacy.
Google++ is going to fail too.
I have one—never download anything—keep it off except when I use for emergency calls—and it can’t track me to my home in the sticks because we have no cell service there.
So they know my life goal—privacy!
I. Do. Not. Know. Who. That. Is.
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