You are invited to participate in the ChimeraArt project (“Data Collection”) conducted by Google LLC (“Google”), located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States. The purpose of the Data Collection is: (a) developing and evaluating: (i) ranking algorithms; (ii) image classification / ranking models; (iii); models based on preferences; (iv) performing analysis and statistics to understand usage patterns, quality, etc. (this may involve sharing the data with third party partners); and (b) other and future uses that relate to improving the quality of machine learning experiences at Google (“Purpose”).
By participating in the Data Collection you confirm: (a) you are over eighteen (18) years old; and (b) participating in the Data Collection will not violate any agreement with a third party or create a conflict of interest.
Your participation is completely voluntary. If you choose not to participate or if you choose to withdraw, there will be no adverse consequences. If you wish to withdraw from this Data Collection, see Section 7 (“Questions”) of this agreement. You may not benefit directly from this Data Collection and you will not be compensated.
As part of the Data Collection, you will be asked to provide interactions, annotations, feedback and observations on certain images and data presented to you regarding an upcoming video game. This may include, but is not limited to, (i) how long the image was on the screen, (ii) your session length, (iii) recordings of your interactions with the images and the times you made such interactions, and (iv) your input drawing or modifications to the images (all data set forth in this paragraph, the “Data”).
Data will be retained for as long as needed to fulfill the Purpose, which shall not exceed 10 years.
Data may be used for the Purpose. Google may: (a) remove personally identifying information to create an anonymized data set; (b) aggregate the Data with information from other participants in this Data Collection or related Google studies; or (c) use any other reasonable method to disassociate the Data from the personally identifying information of Data Collection participants. Google may retain, use, or share non-personally identifying or aggregate data without limitation for any purpose.
You consent to Google processing Data outside the country or region where the data is originally collected or where you are located, including in countries where you may have fewer rights in respect of your information than you do in your country of residence. Data may be processed by Google LLC in the United States or Google affiliates and service providers acting on Google’s behalf outside of your country of residence.
Google may share the Data with third parties such as affiliates and contractors who agree to meet our standards for protecting the information including vendors who analyze and annotate the Data.
Google may terminate the Data Collection or your participation in the Data Collection at any time. In such event, you agree that Google is released from any and all obligations to you under this agreement.
Your participation is voluntary and you may choose to cease participation in this Data Collection at any time. You can withdraw your consent to processing personal data at any time, so if you also wish to have your Data deleted, please see Section 7 of this agreement (“Questions”). If you request that your Data be deleted, Data that contains or is linked to your personally identifiable information will be deleted as soon as reasonably practicable, unless otherwise prohibited by applicable legislation or legal process. Google may retain Data that has been disassociated from your personally identifiable information.
During your participation in the Data Collection, you may provide comments, feedback, ideas, opinions, suggestions, data, or other information to Google (collectively “Feedback”). Feedback is separate from and not part of the Data. Google may use Feedback without restriction or compensation to you to develop and improve Google’s current or future products and services, but Google has no obligation to use your Feedback.
Unless applicable law requires otherwise: (a) this agreement is governed by the laws of the State of California, excluding its conflict-of-laws principles; and (b) the exclusive venue for any dispute relating to this agreement will be Santa Clara County, California. Any amendments must be in writing. Failure to enforce any provisions of this agreement will not constitute a waiver. Section 5 will survive any termination of this agreement. You can contact your local data protection authority if you have concerns regarding your rights under local law.
The subject of your email should be “Request for ChimeraArt project” and your email should include enough information so that Google can identify the Data collected from you (if applicable).