Filter bubbles refer to the algorithms that control what we see in our news feeds online and are designed to support our existing opinions to make sure we like what we read, writes Shane Parrish. These echo chambers we encounter online, in our social groups and at work distort our world view and make it difficult for us to see other perspectives. Continue reading…

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