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How Algorithms Flattened Culture: Meet Author Kyle Chayka of The New Yorker

Journalist Kyle Chayka has concluded that algorithmically-mediated digital platforms are not making our experiences better; in fact, they are flattening our culture. His book, “Filterworld” (coming January 2024), dives into how this happened and where we go from here. Preview the book’s themes in episode 5 of season 4 of “The Art of Curation” podcast right here, along with everything else Kyle mentioned in the conversation.

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