- Puneet Manon
Algorithmic filters are driving our search (information) on internet and give us information what we want and not what is complete
Nice video of Eli Pariser: “Beware online "filter bubbles"” which inspired me for this discussion
Algorithmic filters are driving our search (information) on internet and give us information what we want to hear and which is comfortable to us. We are not getting the wider perspective of the information or in short the complete information.
Will the internet will be governed by large corporations like Google, Facebook etc. Or by the government which imposes the restriction on the information in future.
On the other hand I agree with Mark Zuckerberg statement “A squirrel dying in front of your house may be more relevant to your interests right now than people dying in Africa”
If I am searching an information on internet on “The Most Expensive Cities in the World” and if search engine shows me information on “Most Liveable Cities in the World” which will be annoying to me as I don’t want this piece on information right now hence in this perspective Mark Zuckerberg statement is correct as long as I am getting the information what I am looking for at time will help me in my search.