Government by algorithm  

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Government by algorithm (also known as algorithmic regulation, regulation by algorithms, algorithmic governance, algocratic governance, algorithmic legal order or algocracy) is an alternative form of government or social ordering, where the usage of computer algorithms, especially of artificial intelligence and blockchain, is applied to regulations, law enforcement, and generally any aspect of everyday life such as transportation or land registration.

In popular culture

The novels Daemon and Freedomâ„¢ by Daniel Suarez describe a fictional scenario of global algorithmic regulation.

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