Algorithmic culture refers to the ways in which the logic of big data and large scale computation (including algorithms) alters they culture is practiced, experienced and understood.
What is Algorithmic Culture?
“What one sees in Amazon, and in its kin Google, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and many others, is the enfolding of human thought, conduct, organization and expression into the logic of big data and large-scale computation, a move that alters how the category culture has long been practiced, experienced and understood” (Striphas, 2015: p. 396).
Striphas, T. (2015). Algorithmic culture. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 18(4-5), 395-412.