David Graus

In defense of algorithms

The Filter Bubble doesn’t exist!

Thursday, March 29, 2018
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Yesterday I gave a (tongue-in-cheek) talk on algorithmic personalization at the VOGIN-IP Lezing 2018, and brought five pieces of evidence to prove the “filter bubble” doesn’t exist. Check out my slides (in Dutch) by clicking on the picture below!

One response to “The Filter Bubble doesn’t exist!”

  1. arnoreuser says:

    Fascinating! I always thought it does, like Eric Schmidt said. Emperically, when I ‘clean’ my machine, I often get totally different search results.

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