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Our digital society increasingly relies in the power of others’ aggregated judgments to make decisions. Questions as diverse as which film we will watch, what scientific news we will decide to read, which path we will follow to find a place, or what political candidate we will vote for are usually associated to a rating that influences our final decisions.
Keywords social epistemology  internet  collective intelligence  interpretation  Steve Fuller  Alan Garfinkel
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