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Production and consumption of information in large-scale social media

English title Production and consumption of information in large-scale social media
Applicant Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca
Number 142353
Funding scheme Fellowships for prospective researchers
Research institution School of Informatics and Computing Indiana University
Institution of higher education Institution abroad - IACH
Main discipline Information Technology
Start/End 01.01.2013 - 31.12.2015
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All Disciplines (3)

Discipline
Information Technology
Other disciplines of Physics
Sociology

Keywords (13)

social media; wikipedia; twitter; information diffusion; open collaboration; online communities; social production; social computing; time series analysis; complex networks; Hawkes process; text analysis; collective attention

Responsible applicant and co-applicants

Publications

Publication
Computational Fact Checking from Knowledge Networks
Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca, Shiralkar Prashant, Rocha Luis M., Bollen Johan, Menczer Filippo, Flammini Alessandro (2015), Computational Fact Checking from Knowledge Networks, in PLoS ONE, 10(6), 0128193-0128193.
Misogynistic Language on Twitter and Sexual Violence
Fulper R., Ciampaglia G. L., Ferrara E., Menczer Filippo, Ahn Y., Flammini A., Lewis B., Rowe K. (2015), Misogynistic Language on Twitter and Sexual Violence, in Proc. ACM Web Science Workshop on Computational Approaches to Social Modeling (ChASM), 2014, Bloomington, Indiana (USA).
MoodBar: Increasing New User Retention in Wikipedia Through Lightweight Socialization
Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca, Taraborelli Dario (2015), MoodBar: Increasing New User Retention in Wikipedia Through Lightweight Socialization, in Proceeding CSCW '15 Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & , Vancouver, BCACM.
The production of information in the attention economy
Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca, Flammini Alessandro, Menczer Filippo (2015), The production of information in the attention economy, in Scientific Reports, 5, 9452-9452.
Collective Behaviors and Networks
Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca, Ferrara Emilio, Flammini Alessandro (2014), Collective Behaviors and Networks, Springer Verlang, N/A.
Power and Fairness in a Generalized Ultimatum Game
Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca, Lozano Sergi, Helbing Dirk (2014), Power and Fairness in a Generalized Ultimatum Game, in PLoS ONE, 9(6), 99039-99039.
A framework for the calibration of social simulation models
Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca (2013), A framework for the calibration of social simulation models, in Advances in Complex Systems, 16(4-5), n05.
Hoaxy: A platform for online misinformation tracking
Shao Chengcheng, Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca, Flammini Alessandro, Menczer Filippo, Hoaxy: A platform for online misinformation tracking, in WWW '16 Companion: Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on World Wide Web, Montreal, CA.
Style in the Age of Instagram: Predicting Success within the Fashion Industry using Social Media
{Park} J., {Ciampaglia} G.~L., {Ferrara} E., Style in the Age of Instagram: Predicting Success within the Fashion Industry using Social Media, in Proceeding CSCW '16 Proceedings of the 19th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & , San Francisco, CA.

Scientific events

Active participation

Title Type of contribution Title of article or contribution Date Place Persons involved
Conference on Complex Systems Talk given at a conference Computational Fact Checking from Knowledge Networks 28.09.2015 Tempe, AZ, United States of America Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca;
Netsci 2015 Talk given at a conference Computational Fact Checking from Knowledge Networks 04.06.2015 Zaragoza, Spain Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca;
CSCW'15 Talk given at a conference MoodBar: Increasing New User Retention in Wikipedia through Lightweight Socialization 16.03.2015 Vancouver, Canada Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca;
Advancing an industry/academic partnership model for Open Collaboration research, CSCW'15 Satellite event Talk given at a conference Invited Talk 14.03.2015 Vancouver, Canada Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca;
Invited Talks at Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences Individual talk Geeks, Clicks and Tweets: What the Internet tells us of social groups 05.03.2015 Cologne, Germany Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca;
CRASSH Symposium on Conspiracy Theories and Democracy Talk given at a conference Online Information Diffusion 02.03.2015 University of Cambridge, Great Britain and Northern Ireland Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca;
Ostrom Workshop Fall Colloquium Individual talk The production of information in the attention economy 01.12.2014 Indiana University Bloomington, United States of America Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca;
Network Science Colloquium Individual talk Toward Computational Fact Checking 13.10.2014 Indiana University Bloomington, United States of America Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca;
ECCS'14 Talk given at a conference The production of information in the attention economy 22.09.2014 IMT Lucca, Italy Ciampaglia Giovanni Luca;


Self-organised

Title Date Place
Computational Social Science (Satellite of CCS'15) 01.10.2015 Tempe, AZ, United States of America
ACM Web Science 2014 23.06.2014 Indiana University Bloomington, United States of America
Collective Behavior and Networks 19.09.2013 Barcelona, Spain

Knowledge transfer events

Active participation

Title Type of contribution Title of article or contribution Date Place Persons involved
TTI/Vanguard: COLLABORATION AND THE WORKPLACE OF THE FUTURE 30.09.2015 Washington, D.C., United States of America


Communication with the public

Communication Title Media Place Year
Media relations: print media, online media A New Way for Computers to Keep Our Facts Honest The Wall Street Journal International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media Computer fact-checker and news reader grab attention online Nature International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media Fact-Checking With Wikipedia Pacific Standard Magazine International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media Il vero e il falso tweet Il Sole 24 Ore Italian-speaking Switzerland International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media Indiana University Scientists Create Computational Algorithm for Fact-Checking ACM TechNews International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media Likes sind wichtiger als die perfekte Kleidergröße Die Welt German-speaking Switzerland International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media Machine Learning Algorithm Predicts Which New Faces Will Make It as Fashion Models MIT Technology Review International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media Machine Learning Selects World's Next Top Models Communications of the ACM International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media Robot fact-checkers will soon be able to verify the web Wired UK International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media SCIENTISTS CAN USE INSTAGRAM TO PREDICT FASHION WEEK'S BIGGEST MODELS Harper's Bazaar International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media THE SCIENCE OF A SUPERMODEL Vogue UK International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media The science of SUPERMODELS: Researchers create algorithm that scours Instagram to find the best new Daily Mail International 2015
Media relations: print media, online media Who will be America's next top model? Ask Instagram CBS News International 2015

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