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This article argues against the assumption that agency and reflexivity disappear in an age of 'algorithmic power' (Lash 2007) . Following the suggestions of Beer (2009), it proposes that, far from disappearing, new forms of agency and reflexivity around the embedding in everyday practice of not only algorithms but also analytics more broadly are emerging as social actors continue to pursue their social ends but mediated through digital interfaces: this is the consequence of many social actorsdoi:10.1111/1468-4446.12183 pmid:26891120 fatcat:efsk3w2abnhwbaf3gbav5raq64