Project Week 13 —

This issue explores in detail how algorithms are used more and more, including: how big movie stars are paid too much, how Amazon makes recommendations, how a third of all financial trading in the City of London is executed automatically by algorithms, and how both elections and F1 races are impacted by algorithms. We look at how investors can profit from the insights of the work of Robert Shiller, Lars Hansen and Eugene Fama - this year's Nobel economics prize winners. With the launch of the iPad Air, we believe that Apple will win the war of the tablets. We have a special focus on travel where we bring you to Madrid, Havana and Osaka. We have some great music features and performances, and much more tech coverage to enjoy, including a look at whether Facebook may enter the race to takeover BlackBerry.

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    November 2013 110 Pages 0 Minutes of audio 0 Minutes of video
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    A very rational award Will Roland Lamb's hi-tech keyboard Slaves to the Algorithm Blackberry met with Facebook Android Who? Taste Of Osaka’s Dining Scene Copper Feel Where thinking is king On The Money
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    M Interactive
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