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ALgorithms EXposed. Investigating Automated Personalization and Filtering for Research and Activism

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Personalisation algorithms and elections: breaking free of the filter bubble

Auteurs: Stefania Milan, Claudio Agosti
Publié dans: Internet Policy Review: Journal of Internet Regulation, 2019, ISSN 2197-6775
Éditeur: Alexander von Humboldt Center for Internet and Society

Spotting Sharks: ALEX’s Competitor analysis

Auteurs: Jeroen de Vos
Publié dans: DATACTIVE Working Paper Series, Issue 2/2019, 2019, ISSN 2666-0733
Éditeur: DATACTIVE/University of Amsterdam

Does Facebook’s NewsFeed Algorithm Reinforce Filter Bubbles? An Experimental Methodology Using fbtrex

Auteurs: Davide Beraldo
Publié dans: ALEX Working Paper Series 1/2019, Issue 1/2019, 2019
Éditeur: DATACTIVE/University of Amsterdam

Lesbrief 'Online Contentmanipulatie'

Auteurs: SETUP, INFORMATICA-Actief
Publié dans: 2020
Éditeur: Stichting INFORMATICA-Actief

Report: Algorithms Exposed Design Workshop

Auteurs: SimplySecure
Publié dans: 2020
Éditeur: SimplySecure

Facebook Algorithm Exposed. Or, how to keep your bot alive

Auteurs: Giovanni Rossetti, Bilel Benbouzid, Davide Beraldo, Giulia Corona, Leonardo Sanna, Iain Emsley, Fatma Yalgin, Hannah Vischer, Victor Pak, Mathilde Simon, Victor Bouwmeester, Yao Chen, Sophia Melanson, Hanna Jemmer, Patrick Kapsch, Claudio Agosti, Jeroen de Vos
Publié dans: Digital Methods Winter School and Data Sprint 2019 Proceedings, 2019
Éditeur: Digital Methods Initiative/University of Amsterdam

Algorithms exposed: Investigating Youtube personalization with yTREX

Auteurs: Claudio Agosti, Davide Beraldo, Stefano Calzati, Zoé Charpentier, SeongIn Choi, Luca Del Fabbro, Anja Groten, Concetta La Mattina, Salvatore Romano, Giovanni Rossetti, Laura Swietlicki, Jeroen de Vos
Publié dans: Digital Methods Summer School 2019 Proceedings, 2019
Éditeur: Digital Methods Initiative/University of Amsterdam

Is Amazon.com the Same Everywhere? A Regional Comparison of Product Diversity on Amazon.com in California and Missouri.

Auteurs: Deirdre Murphy, Margaux Reynders, Joana Stockmeyer, Romane Donadini
Publié dans: Digital Methods Winter School 2020 Proceedings, 2020
Éditeur: Digital Methods Initiative, University of Amsterdam

Choose Your Price: Windows 10 vs. macOS. Examining price discrimination among dierent operating systems

Auteurs: Cem Akca, Alexander Bernevega, Shivani Gore, Boy Singmanee & Yonathan Tesfai
Publié dans: Digital Methods Winter School 2020 Proceedings, 2020
Éditeur: Digital Methods Initiative, University of Amsterdam

Tracking Gender Bias in Amazon Search Results. Ingrained biases & algorithmic complexities

Auteurs: Hailey Beaman, Tommaso Campagna, Aikaterini Mniestri, Giovanni Rossetti, Xiao Wang, Romain Durand
Publié dans: Digital Methods Winter School 2020 Proceedings, 2020
Éditeur: Digital Methods Initiative, University of Amsterdam

Does Amazon know your wealth? Tracking perceived purchase power and algorithmic bias on Amazon.com

Auteurs: Nicol Cheung, Paul Dunshirn, Qianyu Feng, Ziyi Liu, Josh McDonald, Bryan Steffen, Zoe Tang
Publié dans: Digital Methods Winter School 2020 Proceedings, 2020
Éditeur: Digital Methods Initiative, University of Amsterdam

Amazon’s Choice. An inquiry into Amazon’s Algorithms

Auteurs: Alicja Zak, Elise Olthof, Dimitri Koehorst, Ola Bonati, Zdzich Heydel, Aymann Khatib
Publié dans: Digital Methods Winder School 2020 Proceedings, 2020
Éditeur: Digital Methods Initiative, University of Amsterdam

YouTube Tracking Exposed: Investigating polarization via YouTube ’s Recommender Systems

Auteurs: Nina Altmaier, Davide Beraldo, Maria Castaldo, Daniel Jurg, Salvatore Romano, Matteo Renoldi, Tatiana Smirnova, Natacha Seweryn, Luukas Veivo
Publié dans: Digital Methods Winter School 2020 Proceedings, 2020
Éditeur: Digital Methods Initiative, University of Amsterdam

From data politics to the contentious politics of data

Auteurs: Davide Beraldo, Stefania Milan
Publié dans: Big Data & Society, Issue 6/2, 2019, Page(s) 205395171988596, ISSN 2053-9517
Éditeur: Sage
DOI: 10.1177/2053951719885967

Thinking Outside the Black-Box: The Case for “Algorithmic Sovereignty” in Social Media

Auteurs: Urbano Reviglio, Claudio Agosti
Publié dans: Social Media + Society, Issue 6/2, 2020, Page(s) 205630512091561, ISSN 2056-3051
Éditeur: Sage
DOI: 10.1177/2056305120915613

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