Any particularly good books / articles anyone has read recently?
They both look at the impact Cambridge Analytica and data driven psychological warfare had on elections in third world countries, the UK and the USA. It’s terrifying the extent that data was used in elections to manipulate public opinion
They’re both quite different approaches as well, both writers worked for Cambridge Analytica or one of it’s subsidiaries, Brittany Keiser writes from the sales & business development/project side of things, whereas Christopher Wylie writes from the technical and data side of things.
Nice! I’ve heard a bit about the impact CA had on the last election but not properly read into it, I will look into Mindf*ck
Recommend checking out "Great Expeditions: 50 journeys that changed our world"