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Social network analysis and natural language understanding are what could be next

This is not a Rorschach, it's 14 minutes of real-time on Twitter. I've stumbled upon social network analysis and social network visualization, a subset. It's a very different way to look at conversations on social media. The underlying theory has been in use for a few decades. Cops

The Doctored Pelosi Video is Computational Propaganda

One of the focuses of the Shop is computational propaganda. According to the Computational Propaganda Project, a part of Oxford University’s Oxford Internet Institute, computational propaganda (CP) is“the use of algorithms, automation, and human curation to purposefully distribute misleading information over social media networks.” The Pelosi