Emotion-detecting advertising is coming. Beware.
One of the long-running complaints about the rise of digital intermediaries like Google and Facebook has been that, due to their unabashed enthusiasm for personalization, they lead to an ugly polarization of the public sphere. As citizens are shielded from opposing views, we risk spending our lives in what the writer Eli Pariser has dubbed “the filter bubble. […]
Mon, Dec 2, 2013 at 3:45 PM