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Personalisation vs privacy: a ‘stark and explicit’ trade-off | Financial Times
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“Companies built business models . . . based on three practices: the unhindered collection of personal information, the creation of opaque algorithms that create content, and the development of tremendously compelling services that come at the expense of privacy.”
privacy  personalisation  businessmodels 
8 days ago by laurakalbag
Qubit | Personalization Software For the Pros | Make It Personal
Personalization with Qubit delivers 1:1 ecommerce customer experiences. Deliver context, relevance & value helping visitors find the products they love.
personalisation  recommendations  loyalty  customer 
7 weeks ago by ijy
'Fiction is outperforming reality': how YouTube's algorithm distorts truth | Technology | The Guardian
The next day, I watched a copy of the video on YouTube. Then I clicked on the “Up next” thumbnails of recommended videos that YouTube showcases on the right-hand side of the video player. This conveyor belt of clips, which auto-play by default, are designed to seduce us to spend more time on Google’s video broadcasting platform. I was curious where they might lead.

The answer was a slew of videos of men mocking distraught teenage fans of Logan Paul, followed by CCTV footage of children stealing things and, a few clicks later, a video of children having their teeth pulled out with bizarre, homemade contraptions.
YouTube  algorithms  personalisation 
9 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
Mykola Makhortykh - SciCAR 2019
Mykola Makhortykh is a post-doctoral researcher at the Amsterdam School for Communication Research, where his research is focused on personalization of news media and impact of algorithmic biases on news consumption. In his recent work, he has also examined the use of digital technologies for framing political and historical issues in Eastern Europe.
personalisation  Research  people 
9 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
(20) Mariella Bastian (@mariella_bas) / Twitter
Postdoc researcher at IViR
. Personalization in news media. Journalism. Media accountability. Latin America
Research  people  personalisation 
9 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
Five risks of news personalization - JSK Class of 2018 - Medium
Can algorithms detect what is in the public interest? Or are they only good at finding what interests the public? Up until now, most recommendation engines have been totally incapable of sorting news by importance. But the crowd is not always the wisest editor. To correct this effect, some recommendation engines lean on the original position in the feed — if something was manually placed at the top of the homepage, it is flagged as “important”. But that’s it.
Research  personalisation  ethics 
july 2019 by paulbradshaw
Titus Plattner | JSK
Titus Plattner is an investigative reporter and editor for the joint investigative team of Le Matin Dimanche and SonntagsZeitung, Sunday newspapers in the French and German regions of Switzerland. Both belong to Tamedia, the largest private news organization in Switzerland. He is a driving force behind the Tadam Project (Tamedia Data Mining), which allows the newspaper chain to manage huge amounts of unstructured data and encourages journalists within the company to share their information. Since 2013, Plattner has been an integral member of the Swiss team that has participated in a series of International Consortium of Investigative Journalists collaboration projects: OffshoreLeaks, ChinaLeaks, Luxleaks, Swissleaks and the Panama Papers. He teaches investigative journalism at the Centre for Journalism Training and Media in Lausanne. Plattner is also co-founder and member of the board of the association, which promotes the use of the Swiss equivalent of the Freedom of Information Act by journalists.
people  Research  sensors  automation  personalisation 
july 2019 by paulbradshaw
Taplytics | Customer Engagement Platform Built for Digital Growth
Create highly personalized, engaging experiences across the entire customer lifecycle. Learn how Taplytics makes it possible.
engagement  testing  personalisation  customers 
july 2019 by ijy
On-site Retargeting - Piwik PRO Analytics Suite
Use highly segmented data to display intent triggered content and pop-ups on your website to re-engage your users with Piwik PRO On-site Retargeting
retargeting  personalisation  gdpr  analytics 
june 2019 by ijy
Selling News to Audiences – A Qualitative Inquiry into the Emerging Logics of Algorithmic News Personalization in European Quality News Media: Digital Journalism: Vol 0, No 0
How do news organizations design and implement algorithmically personalized news services? We conducted 16 in-depth interviews with professionals working in European public service broadcasting and commercial quality news media to answer this question. The news business is undergoing rapid transformations regarding how news production is financed, how news is produced and delivered to audiences and how citizens consume news. In all of these changes algorithmic recommender systems play a role. We focus on news organizations’ own personalized news services, and analyze how they define the role of personalization in contributing to the financial success of the organization, in reaching and retaining audiences, and in fulfilling their editorial mission. We interviewed editors, journalists, technologists and business intelligence and publishing professionals to gain a structural understanding of the often conflicting goals of personalization. We found that rather than focusing on increasing short-term user engagement, European quality news media try to use news personalization to increase long-term audience loyalty. In distinction to the “platform logic of personalization”, which uses personalization to produce engagement and sell audiences to advertisers, they have developed a “news logic of personalization”, which uses personalization to sell news to audiences.
algorithms  Research  personalisation  t 
june 2019 by paulbradshaw

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