"One, either human editors, or artificial intelligence editors, by removing one item or another will appear to introduce bias into the system. The group who’s content is being removed or edited will feel targeted by the platform and claim it, rightly or wrongly, is biased against their cause. Even if the content is vetted and found to be true or false.Let’s get real. Facebook is not to blame for Trump. - Recode
Two, censorship in any form is bad for the national discourse.
So rather than blaming Facebook or other platforms for the trouble in which we find ourselves, let’s give credit where credit is due: The American people.
This comes down to two very important concepts that our society has been turning its back on, in the age of social media: Confirmation bias and epistemology."
Monday, November 21, 2016
Let’s get real. Facebook is not to blame for Trump. - Recode
Don't shoot the messenger...