Apple uses human curation of Apple News to keep it from being ‘total crazy land’
Apple has for the first time allowed a reporter to cover the human curation process used to pick which news stories are included – and featured – in the Apple News app.
The Cupertino company is unusual in having people, not algorithms, pick its top stories. That approach is highly controversial, giving around a dozen people control over what is seen by some 90 million people – but Apple believes it is the safer approach …
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