Skip to main content

Eli Pariser: Beware online "filter bubbles" / Attenti alle "bolle di filtri" on line


"Nel loro tentativo di fornire servizi su misura agli internauti (assieme a notizie e risultati di ricerca), le aziende virtuali (web companies) ci fanno involontariamente correre un rischio: rimanere intrappolati in una "gabbia di filtri" che ci ostacola l'accesso ad informazioni che potrebbero stimolarci o allargare la nostra visione del mondo. Eli Pariser argomenta in modo convincente come questo rischio sia negativo per noi e per la democrazia."
Fonte dell'abstract della TED Talk di Eli Pariser, autore di The filter bubble.

Sottotitoli disponibili anche in lingua italiana.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Derek Walcott "Alla fine di questo verso c'è una porta che si apre"

Derek Walcott (1930-2017) sul sito "Letteratura" di Rai Cultura

About limits of forensic science / Sui limiti della scienza forense

"Wrongful convictions occur with shocking frequency in the United States. A record 166 exonerations were recorded in 2016 by the National Registry of Exonerations, bringing the total since 1989 to nearly 2,000. This represents only a fraction of those who should never have been sent to prison.

In 2005 I produced a documentary showcasing several cases in which flawed forensic analyses helped to get innocent people locked up. Riky Jackson went behind bars for two years because of incorrectly matched fingerprints. Jimmy Ray Bromgard spent nearly 15 years in jail, mainly because of hair comparisons that lacked scientific rigour. Now I’m a scientist who uses data analysis to promote human rights, and I’m disheartened to see these errors continue. That is why I hope that a US federal commission will vote next week to endorse practices that would transform how forensic analysts talk about evidence..." segue su "Nature" l'articolo Label the limits of forensic science,…