in Social Media Anupam Joshi Oros Family Professor and Chair CSEE Director UMBC Center for Cybersecurity University of Maryland Baltimore County joshiumbcedu Power of Social Media 2 ID: 484988 Download Presentation
Student . Researchers:. . Brandon . Davis. Wind Goodfriend. Jess Kisling. Kerry Moechnig. Jason Parker. Christi Prust. Research Questions:. Can the misinformation effect be obtained in a classroom under conditions where the students don’t not know anything unusual is occurring?.
Misleading or Falsification? Inferring Deceptive Strategies and Types in Online News and Social Media. Authors: S. Volkova, J. . JanG. , Presenter: Maria . Glenski. Data Sciences and Analytics, National Security Directorate, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
on Online Social Networking. Group Members. :. Sunghun Park. Venkat Kotha. Li Wang . Wenzhi Cai. Outline. Problem Overview. Current Solutions. Limitations of Current Solutions. Conclusion . Our Solution.
1. Media Production . All content and information . needs to be approved . before it was aired or published by traditional "gatekeepers" such as newspaper editors, publishers and news shows. - in the 1970s and 1980s..
23 1 Spring 2001 Robert Shiller is Professor of Economics at Yale University This article is an excerpt from his recent ly published book Irrational Exuberance Princeton 2000 Although the news medianewspapers magazines broadcast media and now the
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