Illinois based photographer, Daniel Everett, let us in on a awkwardly poignant dialogue in his series, Conversation with a Computer. What happens when technology attempts to console man? Find out.
“Contained within the operating system of Mac computers is a rudimentary electronic psychotherapist program. Meant to simulate a Rogerian therapist, it engages the participant in a cyclical conversation by taking his or her statements and roughly reconfiguring them into questions. I met with this program three times a week for a month in order to discuss my fear that I was disappearing completely. These are three stills from our conversations.”
– Daniel Everett.
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