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New research from the University of Georgia attempts to test whether individuals trust algorithms or a consensus of other people.

The study, “Humans rely more on algorithms than social influence as a task becomes more difficult,” was co-authored by Eric Bogert, a Ph.D. student in Terry College, as well as Professor Rick Watson and Assistant Professor Aaron Schecter.

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You’ve probably already interacted with an algorithm today. They suggest faster routes as you drive to work, recommend songs on Spotify or Apple Music, and in my case help me to procrastinate finishing this article, by watching TikToks.

We may use algorithms all the time, but do we actually trust them?

That’s the question that Aaron Schecter, Eric Bogert, and Rick Watson are all trying to answer

Digital pirates are bad news for moviemakers’ bottom lines. Or are they? One University of Georgia researcher says that, legal ramifications aside, piracy may actually be helping movies succeed at the box office. 

U.S. minorities are making financial gains according to research from the University of Georgia. The latest Multicultural Economy Report shows every racial and ethnic minority group in America is advancing, but not at equal rates. Jeff Humphreys is Director of Economic Forecasting at the Terry College of Business.