Project Media Coverage
5 August 2021 | ABC News
When we google a topic, many of us trust that something called “the algorithm” will magically serve up the right information.
But what is this algorithm? How does it work? And are we all getting different results and therefore different information about the world around us?
27 July 2021 | The Guardian
Researchers are looking for volunteers for a study into whether search results really are influenced by previous browsing history.
16 July 2021 | QUT Real World News
Real-World News reporter Ella Holding-McGrath speaks with QUT professor Axel Bruns about his work on the Australian Search Experience, a project designed to reveal how search engines and their algorithms discover information.
30 June 2021 | Anchor Podcast
With billions of topic searches online per day, search algorithms are used to help filter this information, but how much are they filtering? and how does this impact the information we see online?