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How Algorithms Change The World As We Know It [Infographic]

How Algorithms Change The World As We Know It [Infographic] | algoritmos | Scoop.it
The algorithms around us every day change the world constantly. This infographic goes into detail about some of the most profound algorithms in our lives.
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algoritmos | LA BELLEZA DE LA VIDA

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LA BELLEZA DE LA VIDA. The greatest WordPress.com site in all the land! October 16, 2013 by lizeth18. algoritmos. 6 · 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5. Share this: Twitter · Facebook · Google. Like this: Like Loading...
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Big Data, Predictive Algorithms and the Virtues of Transparency | Philosophical Disquisitions

Big Data, Predictive Algorithms and the Virtues of Transparency | Philosophical Disquisitions | algoritmos | Scoop.it

This is the second part in a short series of posts on predictive algorithms and the virtues of transparency. The series is working off some ideas in Tal Zarsky’s article “Transparent Predictions”. The series is written against the backdrop of the increasingly widespread use of data-mining and predictive algorithms and the concerns this has raised.

Transparency is one alleged “solution” to these concerns. But why is transparency deemed to be virtuous in this context? Zarksy’s article suggests four possible rationales for transparency. This series is reviewing all four. Part one reviewed the first, according to which transparency was virtuous because it helped to promote fair and unbiased policy-making. This part will review the remaining three. ...


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Kevin Slavin: Cómo los algoritmos configuran nuestro mundo | Video on TED.com via @piscitelli

TED Talks Kevin Slavin afirma que estamos viviendo en un mundo diseñado para - y cada vez más controlado por - algoritmos.

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