Google has built a multibillion-dollar business out of knowing everything about its users. Now, a video produced within Google and obtained by The Verge offers a stunningly ambitious and unsettling look at how some at the company envision using that information in the future.
The video was made in late 2016 by Nick Foster, the head of design at X (formerly Google X), and a co-founder of the Near Future Laboratory. The video, shared internally within Google, 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.
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The CIA tried individual mind control as part of MKUltra, but it really didn't work. Google, on the other hand, now seems to have the ability to control the minds of the entire human population.
NO ONE SHOULD HAVE THAT KIND OF POWER.
Who decides which things are "problems", and who decides how to solve them? Certainly not you or I; we're just morons who have to be "controlled" for our own good.
This will be the end of free will as we think we know it.