There’s no reason to trust Amazon’s Choice

Since Amazon released its "Amazon & # 39; s Choice" label in 2015 to recommend a particular product, the skeptic world has tried to figure out what the badge really means. This is because there should be some items in "Amazon 's Choice".

If you have a badge on your product and you seem to have gotten a high score, you might feel a stink of being warned if you just did your homework. BuzzFeed ] I report today.

A few example: Obviously a 23-breath meter and a user review of Amazon stole a positive review from a totally different product A $ 20 infant thermometer with emphasis on tool flags "waste of money"

Journalists do not seem to get a direct answer from Amazon about whether the "Amazon's Choice" badge is an actual human being or a human-developed algorithm. CNET and Wired respectively, recently stumble and did not get much more than the Wall Street Journal in 1915. Official

on Amazon site Amazon 's Choice recommends highly valued, affordable products that are readily available.

Amazon BuzzFeed said that people and robots are involved, and in either way, it looks like they fall asleep in this job.

Earlier this year, Amazon pointed out Amazon seemed to justify the badge for certain algorithmic reasons, such as "low returns", "high ratings" and popularity among people searching for certain phrases

The statement reads, "Amazon's choice is just our recommendation, and customers can choose a particular brand or product at any time." But if the referral engine is not deceived, Amazon's referrals do not mean much.

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