An Algorithm for Happiness?

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Is social media addiction worse than cigarettes? From the very start, we thought that technology is making our lives better, faster, easier and practical. Social media was initially created to help us to save time whilst networking, communicating and keeping updated daily. But is it really improving our lives? Or are we slowly becoming slaves of algorithms? Let’s look at some numbers to start with…  There are over 2 billion Facebook users worldwide, about 500 million tweets are sent daily on Twitter, 95 million images are uploaded to Instagram daily and on YouTube, over 400 hours of video are uploaded…...

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Nazli Yenal Nazli Yenal comes from a design and business background, currently working as a digital strategist in the field of advertisement. She creates bold strategies in digital form for the world’s leading brands and is currently working with clients from the automotive industry. She enjoys discovering new ways in which technology is creating, changing human behavior, and disrupting industries.