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Youtube, The Great Radicalizer

Youtube’s algorithm suggests increasingly radical recommendations to its users, maximising the amount of time they spend on the platform. The tendency toward inflammatory recommendations often leads to political misinformation.

  • New York Times
  • 2018
  • 20 min
  • UC Research Repository
  • 2018
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Robots and Racism

This 2018 study uses several experiments to demonstrate how human racial bias is imposed upon robots as well, specifically in that racialised black robots are more likely to be perceived as threatening to the group sampled.

  • UC Research Repository
  • 2018
  • Association for Psychological Science
  • 2019
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When and How Video Games Can Be Good: A Review of the Positive Effects of Video Games on Well-Being

Video games are a source of technology based entertainment and leisure. While there are a significant number of studies that suggest there may be a link between video games and digital addiction, this article investigates the potential prosocial behaviors and how the effects of gaming on well-being are moderated by and depend on the motivation for gaming, outside variables, the presence of violence, social interaction, and physical activity. This study suggests there may be evidence of an “optimal gaming profile” that can be used in the future for both academic- and industry-related research.

  • Association for Psychological Science
  • 2019
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