Algorithmic glass ceiling in social networks: the effects of social recommendations on network diversity

Algorithmic glass ceiling in social networks: the effects of social recommendations on network diversity Stoica et al., WWW'18 (If you don’t have ACM Digital Library access, the paper can be accessed either by following the link above directly from The Morning Paper blog site, or from the WWW 2018 proceedings page). Social networks were meant … Continue reading Algorithmic glass ceiling in social networks: the effects of social recommendations on network diversity

Re-coding Black Mirror, Part I

In looking through the WWW’18 proceedings, I came across the co-located ‘Re-coding Black Mirror’ workshop. Re-coding Black Mirror is a full day workshop which explores how the widespread adoption of web technologies, principles and practices could lead to potential societal and ethical challenges as the ones depicted in Black Mirror's episodes, and how research related … Continue reading Re-coding Black Mirror, Part I