Google’s autocomplete feature paints a pretty depressing picture on what people are searching on the internet. This is life, through Google’s eyes.
The video, made by Marius B, uses the search engine in incognito mode with no user signed in, no cookies and no previous search history. Marius writes:
Using billions of searches, Google has prototyped an anonymous profile of its users. This reflects the fears, inquiries, preoccupations, obsessions and fixations of the human being at a certain age and our evolution through life.
In a new campaign launched by Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense, to drive support for new and stronger gun laws in America, depicts a powerful set of imagery posing school children side by side, each holding a different item – one of which has been banned by federal or local authorities to protect youngsters.
The banned items include a version of Little Red Riding Hood, dodge balls and a Kinder Surprise. In each instance, the contrasting item is an AK-15 rifle.
A simple, yet powerful, idea delivered by juxtaposing two items together to convey a very serious issue.
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