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Hemphill will employ machine learning to detect new terms and phrases being used by white supremacists online.
Two panel discussions in the Making "The Future of Work" Work workshop are open to the public.
New tools may combat tricks of the trade that can contribute to impulse buying online.
The School of Information is currently accepting applications for the first cohort of students for the new MADS degree.
Hariharan Subramonyam and Eytan Adar have developed an app to replicate the utility of sticky notes in affinity walls.
Her project will use machine learning to detect instances of supremacist speech online.
In a new study, David Jurgens and a team of researchers present a method to accommodate and adjust for sampling bias in social media data.
A $50,000 grant from the Spencer Foundation will fund new research into predictive models of student success.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services has awarded a 2019 National Medal for Museum and Library Service to ICPSR at the University of Michigan.
Five School of Information researchers will present full papers and three will present a short paper at the 2019 Web Conference (WWW).
Assistant professor Ceren Budak will be among the first to have access to privacy-protected Facebook data to study social media’s impact on democracy in the U.S.
A pilot program to involve Pakistani men in child-rearing aims to improve health outcomes for mothers and children.