The Efficiency Paradox2018-05-21T02:00:05-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/7f4/20180521020353002_hd.jpgEdward Tenner argued that by seeking more efficient ways to do many things in life, we have come to rely too heavily on algorithms.
Edward Tenner argued that by seeking more efficient ways to do many things in life, we have come to rely too heavily on algorithms.
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