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Spectre: A Detour Into Dataism

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Spectre: A Detour Into Datasim, copyright Big Dada Ltd

  • Spectre: A Detour Into Datasim, copyright Big Dada Ltd

    Spectre: A Detour Into Datasim, copyright Big Dada Ltd

Synopsis

Named after the online persona of Dr. Aleksandr Kogan, the data scientist that sold 87 million Facebook profiles to Cambridge Analytica, SPECTRE is an immersive installation that detournes many of the technologies and methods used by the Digital Influence Industry to influence people’s behaviours and decision making both online and in the voting booth. The installation is micro-curated by algorithms and powered by visitor’s personal data.
SPECTRE creates space for viewers to explore and interrogate the deeper ethical and moral implications that exist concerning the interconnected logics of Dataism, Psychopolitics and Surveillance Capitalism.
The SPECTRE short film is the world's first non-fiction documentary short to embed deep fake technologies as part of narrative story telling.
https://docubase.mit.edu/project/spectre/

Details

Year
2019
Type of film
Shorts
Running Time
3 min 32 sec
Format
mp4
Director
Barnaby Francis (Artist Name - Bill Posters) 1st Feature
Producer
Barnaby Francis
Co-Producer
Daniel Howe
Editor
2edsbetterthan1
Screenwriter
Barnaby Francis
Music
Mixhell
Art Direction
Bill Posters

Genre

Production status

Complete

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Last updated 19th January 2020

Production Company

Big Dada Limited
Apartment 13, Mayfield Mansion
Alexandra Road South
Manchester
M16 8EZ
+44 (0)7453 910260
bill@billposters.ch
http://www.billposters.ch