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I am not a robot

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11:45 AM | 23 May 2017
by Hollie Wong
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Miami Ad School Students, Vrasidas Golemis and Ryan Sparrow share in their You Can Speak Up campaign.

The best way to prove you are 'Not a Robot' is to prove you are 'a Human'.

That's the message Miami Ad School Students, Vrasidas Golemis and Ryan Sparrow share in their You Can Speak Up campaign for Amnesty International and CAPTHCA system.

Wanting to find a way to capture the attention of the internet obsessed generation, copywriter Ryan and Art Director Vrasidas decided to 'hack the internet to show young adults they can fight human rights abuses just by speaking out against them'.


The pair designed an 'I am not a robot' tool where users see an injustice that marginalised people worldwide encounter e.g 'Women property' in the box.

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