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Algorithmic Endgame

Every algorithm has a final destination, and it was never taken into account. Maybe it should be.

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As 2020 draws to an end, there is mounting evidence and pressure on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit to face the rise of fake news, hate speech, and conspiracy, amplifying the divide between online communities. The propagation of individualized…

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Jacky Tang

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A software-psychology guy breaking down the way we think as individuals and collectives

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