Human Behavior in Techno-social Systems

Friday, March 10, 2017, 9:30 am - 10:30 am PSTiCal
ISI, 6th floor conference room
This event is open to the public.
Research Breakfast Seminar
Emilio Ferrara

The increasing availability of data across different socio-technical systems, such as online social networks, social media, and mobile phone networks, presents novel challenges and intriguing research opportunities. As more online services permeate through our everyday life and as data from various domains are connected and integrated with each other, the boundary between the real and the online worlds becomes blurry. Such data convey both online and offline activities of people, as well as multiple time scales and resolutions. In this talk, I'll discuss my research efforts aimed at characterizing and predicting human behavior and activities in techno-social worlds.

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