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The Deeper State: Slave to the algorithm

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by mrc, May 22, 2019.

  1. mrc

    mrc Gold

    Referencing the 5/19 Q/A @92min.

    "You can't see what you can't see:
    Experimental evidence for how much relevant information may be missed due to Google's Web search personalization.
    We provide empirical evidence that up to 20% of relevant information may be missed due to Web search personalisation.
    This work has significant implications for Web research by public sector professionals, who should be provided with training about the potential algorithmic biases that may affect their judgments and decision making, as well as clear guidelines how to minimise the risk of missing relevant information.
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  2. mrc

    mrc Gold

  3. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    Wish google didn't hide Jack from me all these years. They never want anyone knowing the full story obviously.
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  4. mrc

    mrc Gold

    25min. Filtering means they get to decide what you're going to see & not see.
    If they decide what you're not going to see, how would you know that?
    The power of filtering is the power to suppress, the power to censor.

    26min. Filtering never stops and is entirely in the hands of a vey small number of companies/executives not just for us but for people around the world, same companies, same executives making those decisions.
    What you see, what you don't see.

    Search results have a bigger impact on people's thinking, opinions than any list ever discovered in more than 100 years of behavior research.
    There's some very peculiar things that make us believe that what's at the top is the best, truest.
    People like high ranking results so much that 50% of all clicks go to the top 2 results, 95% of all clicks go to the 1st page of search results.

    40min. Its not just the manipulations that's the problem, its the invisibility of it.
    SSE - Search Suggestion Effect: Is not random. In experiments just by manipulating search suggestions I can turn a 50/50 split among undecided voters into 90/10 split w/no one having the slightest idea that they've been manipulated.

    Its not a public service, its a manipulation.
    96% of donations from Google employees are given to democrats.
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