Art Short video for Breakfast – OK Google, a long term relationship
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Short video for Breakfast – OK Google, a long term relationship

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Giulia Pacciardi
OK Google, una relazione a lungo termine | Collater.al 3

How much does technology affect the growth of our children?
What kind of relationship binds us with our devices?

These are the questions that Brett Gaylor, a Canadian director, asked himself after finding in his phone an audio file with all the questions that his five-year-old son asked Google Assistant.
Questions that, month after month, changed with him.

What worried him the most, in addition to the trust that his child has always placed in this instrument, was the way Google Device understood what the child’s interests were and managed to answer his questions even in the face of pronunciation problems.
His sensation, which is probably the one that most of us share, is that of an unfair and unbalanced relationship, where there are those who know and those who don’t.

The reason why he wanted to make his experience public, also thanks to illustrator and motion artist Darren Pasemko, is to try to convince us to use technology in a more conscious way, pushing us also to protect our data that will probably continue to circulate even without us.

[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/245992513[/vimeo]

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Written by Giulia Pacciardi
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