Tag: filter bubble
Update: my article has been published on TowardsDataScience, selected as an editor’s pick, and highlighted in TowardsDataScience’s weekly newsletter “The Variable”! The AI doomsday scenarios, ignited by books such as The Filter Bubble (2011) and Weapons of Math Destruction (2016), are slowly being superseded by more pragmatic and nuanced views of AI. Views in which we acknowledge we’re in control of AI and…
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!