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What Netflix Can Teach Us About the Paradox of Choice

Today’s dizzying number of options might just be making us miserable

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II have been rather disappointed with Netflix lately. After it delisted a few of my favorite shows (ahem, Doctor Who) and I spent a few weeks struggling to find anything good to watch, I started wondering if the Netflix overlords had adjusted their strategy…

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Ryan Anderson

Ryan Anderson

Data Scientist | MBA — I work as a Data Scientist in a big tech firm. My passion is to use DS/ML/AI/IA to help us be better & more wholesome humans

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