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    Harvard Business Review | 7/3/20 | 10 min
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    • Ruchita_Ganurkar
      1 month ago

      Nowadays, our first impression is decided by our social appearance. The appearance is controlled by AI. Good behavior in society is necessary but instead of mankind it's observed & complimented by machines. While looking for jobs, startup funding or any investor it can be affected by our digital persona.

      The mountain of data each of us produces on the internet is the raw material used to fuel the artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms that track our digital “footprints.” It’s also what other people — and organizations — use to make quick judgments about our personal and professional attributes, particularly when they are deciding whether to recruit us, hire us, invest in our startups, collaborate with us, or compete with us.