Is this the answer to increased engagement? When Instagram introduced a new algorithm last July, people were pissed. Users were complaining about the lack of new content on their feed, photos they *actually*
The last few weeks have seen YouTube besieged by two large camps, first by major brands and ad companies and later, the YouTube community itself, over two very separate issues that have something in common:
By Vivek Wadhwa Vivek Wadhwa Email Bio Follow Contributor, Innovations Google could lose as much as $750 million because of a boycott by advertisers, according to Nomura Research. Companies are protesting
Search engines play one of the most significant roles in our technologically enabled lives by shaping how we conceptualize and interact with information, knowledge, wisdom, and arguably reality itself.
THE BEADY EYE SAYS: COMPUTER ALGORITHMS THAT ARE FILTERING CONTENT ARE STARTING TO ISOLATE US FROM ONE ANOTHER.
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