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. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 12. Part 4. P. 57-59.
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Dedyulina Marina Anatol'evna
Southern Federal University

Abstract. The article conducts an analysis of the introduction of algorithms into the human life. With the growth of their role in the society new forms of algorithmic power are emerging that rebuild the work of social, political, economic and cultural systems. The algorithms can be either creative or destructive in any sphere of application. In the aspect of the research the author studies the negative impact of algorithms on humans, since we are at the stage of integrating these technologies into our culture.
Key words and phrases: алгоритмы, Большие Данные, этика, алгоритмическая культура, датаизм, "общество черного ящика", algorithms, Great Data, ethics, algorithmic culture, dataism, "The Black Box Society"
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