A hacked Industrial robot writes out real time messages for UK politicians.

Another wave of local elections pass with little to no interest from Britain’s younger generation. “Kids don’t care about politics” scream the Establishment. “Politicians don’t care about the kids” scream back the children. Impasse.

Enter The Voicebot. It’s an industrial machine typically used in an assembly line, which has been lovingly hacked to communicate the cares of a generation to the people in power. Created by sidekick studios for v, the national young volunteers service, The Voicebot asks young people the deceptively simple question, ‘what do you care about?’ and sends their responses straight to MPs in Parliament.

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