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Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (is offline)
% of respondents who know that algorithms make decisions about what news stories to show on Facebook Canada 23% Finland 39% France 19% (Que voulez-vous dire par "algorithme"?) Germany 28% Greece 31% Hong Kong 21% Spain 29% Taiwan 36% UK 29% US 29% 2018 data from
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Josh Young 15 Feb 19
I'd love it if you'd link to the data 🤓
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Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (is offline) 16 Feb 19
The data is from the media literacy questions in the 2018 Digital News Report survey. Bit more detail from who lead on that Here And here
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Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (is offline) 16 Feb 19
The data is from the media literacy questions in the 2018 Digital News Report survey. Bit more detail from who lead on that Here And here
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Clement 15 Feb 19
Wait, what do the others think, then? Do they believe humans at FB are moderating content, or that FB merely presents a chronology of the content posted by their friends (incl. news articles)? (Also +1 on the ask for a link to the data :)
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Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (is offline) 16 Feb 19
Many think journalists - at FB or news orgs - make the decisions. The data is from the media literacy questions in the 2018 Digital News Report survey. Bit more detail from who lead on that Here And here
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Mika Saastamoinen 16 Feb 19
We also actively educate people on the topics of AI like through the free Elements of AI online course. You can take it too, it's in English as well. 😎
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whippet sauce 15 Feb 19
Why it is not 100%?
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Alex Simon 15 Feb 19
Russian+Scandinavian=Best
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