Can Internet Algorithms Be Regulated? China Is Giving It a Shot. | Tech News Briefing Podcast | WSJ

Chinese regulators are taking unprecedented steps to rein in the power of algorithms, the automated systems that shape the internet. But many of these systems learn from user behavior and adapt in unpredictable ways. So is regulating algorithms even possible?

WSJ China tech reporter Karen Hao joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how Beijing is tackling the challenge and what other countries might learn from its efforts.

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