ABSTRACT. Empirical research (e.g. Danaher et al., 2018; Just and Latzer, 2017; Kitchin, 2017) shows that algorithmic selection plays a part in reality construction. Using data from BI Intelligence, Forbes, HfS Research, Ipsos, Medium, Statista, etc., I performed analyses and made estimates regarding reasons for using algorithms in trading, size of the robotic process automation market worldwide, and fastest growing marketing technologies. Empirical and secondary data are used to support the claim that the experiences regulated by automated algorithmic selections co-define human beings’ harmonization and combined effort. Algorithms are permeated with the capacity to put data into effect and make far-reaching decisions.

Keywords: algorithmic regulation; automated decision-making; networked governance

How to cite: Popescu Ljungholm, Doina (2018). “Reality-Construction Processes in Information Societies: Algorithmic Regulation, Automated Decision-Making, and Networked Governance,” Review of Contemporary Philosophy 17: 107–113.

Received 4 April 2018 • Received in revised form 11 June 2018
Accepted 17 June 2018 • Available online 3 July 2018


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