The Youtube algorithm is often criticized. This video explains why it is problematic. The data that it uses is wrong and the algorithm itself is problematic. However, there is also an issue concerning interpretation.
Digitalization, algorithmic intelligence and digital platformization are affecting all areas of our lives. Health is no exception. In this new Diggit Magazine file, you can learn more about digital health and the relationship between health and digitalization.
Earlier this year, the Dutch Data Protection Authority fined Enschede for allegedly violating the privacy of its citizens by using WiFi tracking. How is the Enschede WiFi tracking case related to the larger debate about privacy?
‘What I eat in a day’ videos are a big trend on YouTube, and their number is growing every year. Does this type of content serve only as entertainment for the users or does it actually have an influence on what they consume?
A kind of lookalike English came about as a necessity for Greeks to adapt to the changes brought on by a digitalized world. To this day, "Greeklish" stirs public debate about the necessity to preserve and conserve cultural heritage.
Tinder has managed to collect millions of users despite its disturbing lack of privacy. Why does Tinder fail to secure individuals' data, and why are users still willing to take the risk to keep swiping?