Giving a Face to the Internet as a Living, All-Embracing Organism

Giving a Face to the Internet as a Living, All-Embracing Organism
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Sentiment analysis of millions of tweets reveals how the Internet really feels

Rob Kleiman
  • 18 february 2016

When you post your thoughts on the Web, you may be sharing personal information that could be exploited and stored, often without you knowing it. More often, the way we communicate and express ourselves takes place through digital and social channels and our networks. Social shares are just data; this data may be listened to, heard and interpreted by anyone. AMYGDALA is an art installation attempting to hold a mirror up to this reality and discuss both the opportunities and dangers of living in the information age.

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