Google is offering up a slew of new ways for its users to become zombies.
The search giant’s new subliminals system has been described as the most advanced, and possibly the most stealthy, of the search giant ‘s attempts to control users behaviour.
In its current state, the system works by using a computer-generated image to simulate what it thinks a user would do in certain situations.
This image will then be presented to the user, allowing them to imagine the worst possible scenarios in their mind.
It is hoped this will help users to avoid triggering the warning system if they are under the influence of drugs, alcohol or other drugs.
Google is hoping the subliminal system will reduce the amount of time it takes for people to reach the warning screen, which can take anywhere from 15 seconds to three minutes to respond.
Google has also been testing the system with its users, giving them a number of options, from asking them to hold the button until they see a green light to giving them the option to make a decision.
Users can also turn on the sub-pixel effect, which allows Google to overlay a different image on top of the normal image to mimic what the user would see in real life.
Subliminal images will appear as the first thing in a user’s search results, and then gradually fade in and out over a period of several seconds.
They are used to target users to specific search results and to show ads which are relevant to the search query.
Users can choose to see the search results as an overlay on top or they can also see the results as separate images, which will fade in to show a search result that matches their search query, according to a Google blog post.
Subliminals are a new technology, but they have already proven to be a successful tool.
Users have reportedly been using them to see ads on Facebook, Instagram and other social networks for more than a year, according to The Independent.
More: Google is reportedly testing out a subliminar-free version of its ‘Subliminics’ feature, but is yet to reveal any details.
Google’s subliminarian search algorithm uses algorithms to predict the future and help users understand how to react to certain situations, including what to say or do, when and how.
Google also uses its algorithms to help people stay on top and avoid giving away information that could potentially affect their search results.