Restructuring Social Media Platforms for the Greater Good

Posted on July 6, 2020 by Ran Geva

What if we restructure social media spaces for better and healthier public debates by rebuilding the algorithms again from scratch? From claims of Russian disinformation campaigns that influence US elections to fake news and the filter bubble, many argue that social media platforms are no longer facilitating healthy public discourse.  As a consequence, hundreds of...

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Identifying Violent Organizers in Real-Time with Dark Web Data

Posted on June 15, 2020 by Liran Sorani

The murder of 46-year old George Floyd by a white police officer on March 25 sparked a wave of political violence across the United States that has not been seen since the 1960s. Riots and vandalism that seem opportunistic in nature have spontaneously erupted from Los Angeles to New York and Chicago alongside peaceful protests...

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