As software and algorithms become an increasingly pervasive part of our lives, there’s growing interest and concern about how they are affecting society, the economy, and politics.
Yet, most social studies of algorithms perceive them as obscure black boxes that function autonomously. This isolated look at algorithms, which separates them from their human elements leads us to the wrong understanding and conclusions.
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Eventually, an algorithm moves to the programming phase, where a set of modules and a list of instructions are created to solve the defined problem.
While this phase is usually reduced to pure source code, there is a lot more to programming than that. The most overlooked aspect of programm...
When a group of computer scientists, researchers, or engineers gather to create an algorithm, they are initially driven by a set of elements.
These elements define the problem they want to solve and determine the type of data they need to validate their algorithm.
Once the problem is ...
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