When robots make biased fake content on social media

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When robots make biased fake content on social media. / Due, Brian Lystgaard.

In: Zeitgeister - International Perspectives from Culture and Society, 2022.

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Due, BL 2022, 'When robots make biased fake content on social media', Zeitgeister - International Perspectives from Culture and Society. <https://www.goethe.de/prj/one/en/aco/art/22740616.html>

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Due, B. L. (2022). When robots make biased fake content on social media. Zeitgeister - International Perspectives from Culture and Society. https://www.goethe.de/prj/one/en/aco/art/22740616.html

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Due BL. When robots make biased fake content on social media. Zeitgeister - International Perspectives from Culture and Society. 2022.

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Due, Brian Lystgaard. / When robots make biased fake content on social media. In: Zeitgeister - International Perspectives from Culture and Society. 2022.

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