It’s our 10th #TFDFriday post! This week, we’re venturing into the world of algorithms! Algorithms are key to how we live our lives, from suggested playlists, to what route home is the quickest. Victoria Turk conducts an insightful experiment on algorithms, exploring just how different her day to day life would be when algorithms took full reign, in @WIRED’s article titled ‘What happened when I let algorithms run my life for a week’. Read the full story by pasting this link into your browser: http://bit.ly/TFDFriday10

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It’s our 10th post! This week, we’re venturing into the world of algorithms! Algorithms are key to how we live our lives, from suggested playlists, to what route home is the quickest. Victoria Turk conducts an insightful experiment on algorithms, exploring just how different her day to day life would be when algorithms took full reign, in @WIRED’s article titled ‘What happened when I let algorithms run my life for a week’. Read the full story by pasting this link into your browser: http://bit.ly/TFDFriday10

Visiting the “Chance & Control – Art in the Age of Computers” display at the V&A Museum, celebrating over 50 years of computer-generated art. 🔲 Georg Nees created some of the first computer-generated images while working at Siemens. ‘Gravel’ was generated by introducing random variables into a computer program, causing orderly squares to descend into a heap.

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Visiting the “Chance & Control - Art in the Age of Computers” display at the V&A Museum, celebrating over 50 years of computer-generated art. 🔲 Georg Nees created some of the first computer-generated images while working at Siemens. ‘Gravel’ was generated by introducing random variables into a computer program, causing orderly squares to descend into a heap.

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