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March 19, 2019

Today on RBDR: As algorithms become ubiquitous throughout data collection, analysis and information implementation, Kartik Hosanagar, a Wharton School academic, strenuously argues that consumers using and impacted by them need to be protected. He proposes an Algorithmic Bill of Rights. (Link to article:

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