André Rebentisch on Thu, 2 Feb 2017 14:39:34 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> Little Atoms > Robbins > the myth that British data

State of the art slicing voters in segments defined by ethnic and social
similarities failed in the US elections and the 90ths campaigning
strategies of pandering to them.

So comes CA and says, you didn't lose to an idiot, Trump uses the
sophisticated new slicing techniques based on psychological (wack)science.

Greetings from Neukölln,

Am 01.02.2017 um 15:51 schrieb Frank Rieger:

> There is one hypothesis that the various "this can all not be
> true"-pieces are ignoring: It might as well be that the "trait"-based
> social media manipulation techniques work best if applied to dissuade
> people from going to vote, but make little difference when applied with
> the goal of encouraging people to go vote for a specific candidate. This
> would fit the known data.

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