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The Social Media Research Lab's first research presentation of the year welcomes Dr. German Neubaum from the University of Duisburg-Essen.
The question of whether to trust the judgments of a few experts or the wisdom-of-the-crowd is of scientific, political and philosophical interest.
Michigan Interactive and Social Computing will host a talk by Eytan Adar, Associate Professor in UMSI and Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan.
U-M business professor Shalen Srna presents a paper on "The Illusion of Multi-tasking and its Positive Effect on Performance."
U-M assistant professor Grant Schoenebeck will present his research on "Eliciting Expert Information without Verification."
The School of Information 2018 Homecoming Lecture speaker is Steve Horowitz, VP of Technology at Snapchat and a Michigan alumnus.
UMSI presents lightning talks on diversity, equity, inclusion and information during the week of U-M's Diversity Summit.
The 5th annual Michigan IT Symposium features posters, presentations, networking, and a special keynote.
A poster session and lightning talks for students to share their fall projects and internship experiences.