dataism


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dataism

The future evolution of technology wherein data become more valuable than humans. Dataism goes beyond techno-humanism, which envisions technology making people smarter. Dataism implies that the data are more important and that without the data, people become helpless and somewhat useless. See techno-humanism and cybernetics.
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