HBR.org editor Katherine Bell talks about HBR's editorial process, what constitutes an "HBR-worthy" topic, how they keep track of all the moving parts, and how they find time to experiment and innovate.
("And also Bud Light.") In my last two posts I've been writing about my attempt to convince a group of sophomores with no background in my field that there has been a shift to the algorithmic alloc...
Andrew Smith's insight:
..."because I think there are some elements of the shift to attention-sorting algorithms that are genuinely “dangerous.” I can think of at least two, probably more, and they don’t get enough attention. In the rest of this post I’ll spell out the first one which I’ll call “corrupt personalization.”
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