I´m not a robot The way a human moves the mouse before checking the checkbox can be distinct from how a... Read More
I´m not a robot
The way a human moves the mouse before checking the checkbox can be distinct from how a program (a bot) checks a checkbox.
It's a game of prediction. Somehow, Google needs to predict whether you are human or a bot from what you do on their site.
So when you move your mouse to check the checkbox. That movement is an input to the model and based on that it's predicted whether you are human or not.
The mirrors show daily life and reflects the intimacy of the suspect with an unsteady link of perception and reality
The viewer contributes to the work by being an intrinsic part of it, constantly reminding themselves that the human condition still prevails, by reflecting in different checkboxes in various forms of mirrors colors and light.
I´m not a robot, I´m a human being in front of me.