AI News, Computational Social Science
- On Sunday, September 30, 2018
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Computational Social Science
With an increasing amount of data on every aspect of our daily activities – from what we buy, to where we travel, to who we know, and beyond – we are able to measure human behavior with precision largely thought impossible just a decade ago, creating an unprecedented opportunity to address longstanding questions in the social sciences.
Lying at the intersection of computer science, statistics and the social sciences, the emerging field of computational social science fills this role, using large-scale demographic, behavioral and network data to investigate human activity and relationships.
In the first category, we exploit digital data that is generated by existing platforms (e.g., email, web browsers, Twitter) to generate novel insights into individual and collective human behavior (e.g., virality of online content, causal impact of recommendations, TV show and ad effectiveness).
- On Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Towards Human Behavior Modelling from Mobile Data - Dr Nuria Oliver
We live in a world of data – of big data – a large part of which has been generated by humans through their interactions with both the physical and digital world.
Session 4. Dirk Helbing: From computational social science to global systems science
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NOVA: An Interactive Graphics-Scripting Platform for Education and Computational Research
Google Tech Talk May 10, 2013 (more info below) Presented by Wayne M. Getz, Richard M. Salter, Nick Sippl-Swezey ABSTRACT Current graphically-driven ...
John Ioannidis: "Reproducible Research: True or False?" | Talks at Google
John P.A. Ioannidis, MD, DSc, is a Professor of Medicine, Health Research and Policy, and Statistics at Stanford University. He is also the founding Director of ...
"Advances in Socio Behavioral Computing" with Tomek Strzalkowski
Title: Advances in Socio Behavioral Computing Speaker: Tomek Strzalkowski Date: 3/15/2018 Abstract In this talk we discuss an ongoing research on ...
This is how Artificial Intelligence works | AI || mr_electronics
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34C3 - Humans as software extensions
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Towards a Theory of Trust in Networks of Humans and Computers
Jeannette M. Wing's Keynote Speech on the 14th Computing in the 21st Century Conference co-hosted by Microsoft Research Asia, Nankai University and ...