As a society, the business model of convenience and utility in exchange for our personal data has become habituated in our day-to-day.
Our voices are increasingly becoming a way in which we interact with digital tools - and by extension, the technological corporations who control them. How might this different, more conversational mode of interaction change the ways in which we give away our information? And what additional information might corporations glean from our voices?
The ways in which corporations are able to extract and aggregate information from our voices is opaque. How much vocal data of yourself do think these corporations already have? It may be more than you expect.
Sentient Beings is part of AI: Who’s Looking After Me? Opening 21 June at Science Gallery London.
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