The Formula” is a new book by the author of “The Apple Revolution,” Luke Dormehl, which tackles the rise of algorithms and artificial intelligence in art, politics, online relationships, and the law.

For the most part, science and business writers are enamored promise of algorithms- the ways computers take mountains of data and make unexpected connections to clarify or simplify our lives. But Dormehl, who writes for Fast Company, Wired, and other business and technology publications, is no starry-eyed techno-hype man. He is interested in the unanticipated complications and questions algorithms introduce into our lives.

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