A news app aims to burst filter bubbles by nudging readers toward a more “balanced” media diet

In their effort to help fix the filter bubble problem, developers of news app Read Across the Aisle took inspiration from an unlikely source: exercise trackers. Designed to help people diversify their news consumption habits,¬†Read¬†Across the Aisle tracks how often users read stories from roughly 20 news sources across the ideological spectrum, with The Huffington … Continue reading A news app aims to burst filter bubbles by nudging readers toward a more “balanced” media diet