The project uses state-of-the-art machine learning approaches to automatically detect new terms and phrases being used by white supremacists online.
Visitors can enjoy four new urban tours in Detroit thanks to a grant from the Ginsburg Center.
This project will explore the effects of several alternative workflows on community judgments of whether information is misleading.
With a grant from the Michigan Department of Education, UMSI's Kristin Fontichiaro is developing a Michigan Library Leadership Cohort.
A grant from the National Center for Institutional Diversity at the University of Michigan is funding research on how people use social media during life transitions.
This research examines social technologies designed to support transgender individuals and communities.
David Jurgens is conducting a large-scale study of social relationships and they affect the words people choose when interacting - research that can be applied to Natural Language Processing.
This project will advance data-driven methods to generate localized and community-centric insights, using new social media sources, about health behaviors and attitudes at the census tract level.
Daniel Romero is studying how people on social media react during fast-changing situations such as natural disasters and political unrest, and how it affects information diffusion dynamics.