2017/05/24: The individualisation of our exposure to information through ‘filter bubbles’ facilitates the atomisation of society and pushes dissenting voices to the margins.
We crunched the data on where journalists work and how fast it's changing. The results should worry you.
The kinds of things that I often see could literally be stopped by one person. I mean: 4chan trending on Google during the Las Vegas shooting? How that even happened, I have no idea, but I do know that one person could have stopped that.
Over the last two years, the capacity to manage mood has been monetised through the sharing of fake news and political feeds atuned to reader preference: you can also make people happy by confirming their biases.
An ex-YouTube insider reveals how its recommendation algorithm promotes divisive clips and conspiracy videos. Did they harm Hillary Clinton's bid for the presidency?
Here is what Mark Zuckerberg learned from his 30-state tour of the US: polarisation is rife and the country is suffering from an opioid crisis. Forgive me if I have to lie down for a moment. Yet it
Online social interactions are no substitute for the real thing.
Un'inchiesta di ProPublica, sito di giornalismo investigativo, punta i riflettori sulla mancanza di trasparenza riguardo ai dati acquistati dal social
We need more text and fewer videos and memes in the age of Trump.
Did you know Facebook is cosponsor of Thursday's debate? It's part of a trend that started with YouTube in 2007. But while users can submit questions -- Fox will still decide which ones get asked.
Opinion: Rarely will our Facebook comfort zones expose us to opposing views, and as a result we eventually become victims to our own biases.