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Politics is starting to adopt data-driven services for automating a lot of low level decision making.<ref>[https://techcrunch.com/2015/02/10/goodbye-intern-labor-hi-quorum/ Harvard Innovation Challenge Winner Quorum Hopes To Replace Gaggles Of Interns In DC With Data-Driven Policy]</ref>
 
Politics is starting to adopt data-driven services for automating a lot of low level decision making.<ref>[https://techcrunch.com/2015/02/10/goodbye-intern-labor-hi-quorum/ Harvard Innovation Challenge Winner Quorum Hopes To Replace Gaggles Of Interns In DC With Data-Driven Policy]</ref>
 
== Future applications ==
 
== Future applications ==
The growth of such decision making methods seems to know no limit, with even trade unions proposed to be automated, leading to criticism of [[Sillon Valley]]'s priorities.<ref>[https://techcrunch.com/2014/08/17/algorithm-overlords/ Algorithms Are Replacing Unions As The Champions of Workers]</ref>
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The growth of such decision making methods seems to know no limit, with even trade unions proposed to be automated, leading to criticism of [[Silicone Valley]]'s priorities.<ref>[https://techcrunch.com/2014/08/17/algorithm-overlords/ Algorithms Are Replacing Unions As The Champions of Workers]</ref>
    
[[John Danaher]]'s [https://algocracy.wordpress.com/ Algocracy and the Transhumanist Project] seeks to evaluate the interaction between humans and artificially intelligent, algorithm-based systems of governance at different levels.
 
[[John Danaher]]'s [https://algocracy.wordpress.com/ Algocracy and the Transhumanist Project] seeks to evaluate the interaction between humans and artificially intelligent, algorithm-based systems of governance at different levels.
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