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BBC experiments with personalised video

Want to watch a film that’s tailored to your personality and preferences? Thanks to the BBC’s latest experiment with ‘perceptive media’ – content that adapts to its audience using information like age, gender or location – now you can. And it's giving unique viewers a unique experience.

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