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Why this internet artist makes absurd, hilarious bots

Darius Kazemi is an internet artist. He writes programs that automatically carry out actions, such as Random Shopper, which bought Darius $50 worth of random products a month from Amazon. His hilarious work sheds light on Algorithm Culture.
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Darius Kazemi is an internet artist. He writes programs that automatically carry out actions, such as Random Shopper, which bought Darius $50 worth of random products a month from Amazon. His hilarious work sheds light on Algorithm Culture.

Check out Darius' Yearly Awards and his 'bad pickup line' generator You Must Be.

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