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In Search of an Algorithm for Well-Being

Do we want a world optimized for engagement?

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A unique feature of our times is that algorithms direct our choices, fill our days, and rule our lives.

These opaque and ubiquitous programs that no one completely understands define, for the most part, our non-negligible digital realities. When you’re listening to music on Spotify or iTunes…




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Alberto Romero

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