This talk will present and demonstrate the potential for a new type of digital tool powered by AI - creativity support to augment your imagination.
Jonathan Schwabish, senior fellow in the Income and Benefits Policy Center at the Urban Institute, presents observations about current approaches to animating data, and how analysts and researchers can use these approaches in their own work.
Hear from Chanuki Illushka Seresinhe, a data science researcher at the Alan Turing Institute and Lead Data Scientist at Popsa, as she discusses her research utilizing online data and applying machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques to images of urban locations in order to explore which visual features of the environment might impact the wellbeing of city residents.
Massive digital datasets provide the opportunity to study language use and behavior on a very large scale. However, to fully leverage their potential for research in the social sciences and humanities, new computational approaches are needed
SAGE Ocean Speaker Series #5
Does political discussion on social media sites create ‘echo chambers’ for like minded views or foster exposure to diverse political messaging? Register now to hear Pablo Barberá discuss his latest research.
Digital Power: A ground-breaking journey to reveal the new centres of power and control in the twenty-first century
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In this talk, we'll hear Carl discuss his journey to find the reality of power today. From a cyber-crime raid in suburbia to the engine rooms of Silicon Valley, and from the digital soldiers of Berkshire to the hackers of Las Vegas, he will explain how power – the most important currency of all – is being transformed, fought over, won and lost.
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Our digital lives are built on the promises of strangers. Promises about how technology will change your life, or who will maintain this code, or what will happen to your data.
This talk will cover what we can do about it. Keith Porcaro, fellow at Harvard's Berkman Klein Center, will present his work on data trusts, a legal tool for governing and protecting digital movements.
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Mark Levine is a Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Exeter whose research focuses on the role of social identity in pro-social and anti-social behaviour.
Join us to hear Mark talk about his experimental research into aggressive and violent events, where he used CCTV footage and Immersive Virtual Environments to study perpetrator, victim and bystander behaviour.
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Kimberly A. Houser is a tech attorney and social media law professor at Washington State University.
She is the author of the Legal Guide to Social Media and The Use of Big Data Analytics by the IRS: Efficient Solution or the End of Privacy as We Know it?
Join us to hear Kimberly talk about her research of the IRS (the US taxing authority) and its illegal use and processing of big data.