Changtao Zhong, Hau-wen Chang, Dmytro Karamshuk, Dongwon Lee, Nishanth Sastry How Editorial, Temporal and Social Biases Affect Online Food Popularity and Appreciation Markus Rokicki, Eelco Herder, Christoph Trattner In this panel, two senior scholars discuss the ethical complexity of Big Data.While social media has provided computer scientists and social scientists alike with a rich trove of personal information, scholarly communities are grappling with how to use this data ethically.Guidelines and institutional review boards designed in an era of "small data" do not provide appropriate guidance for questions of informed consent, privacy protection, and accountability.This panel delves into the issues around big social data and discusses different approaches and possible solutions. Understanding Demographic Biases in Crowdsourced Recommendations Abhijnan Chakraborty, Johnnatan Messias, Fabricio Benevenuto, Saptarshi Ghosh, Niloy Ganguly, Krishna P.Altenburger, Rajlakshmi De, Kaylyn Frazier, Nikolai Avteniev, Jim Hamilton 25 Tweets to Know You: A New Model to Predict Personality with Social Media Pierre-Hadrien Arnoux, Anbang Xu, Neil Boyette, Jalal Mahmud, Rama Akkiraju, Vibha Sinha What Gets Media Attention and How Media Attention Evolves over Time — Large-Scale Empirical Evidence from 196 Countries Jisun An, Haewon Kwak Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Evaluating Success Determinants for Online Q&A Communities Erik Aumayr, Conor Hayes Identifying Leading Indicators of Product Recalls from Online Reviews using Positive Unlabeled Learning and Domain Adaptation Shreesh Kumara Bhat, Aron Culotta Is Slacktivism Underrated?Measuring the Value of Slacktivists for Online Social Movements Lia Bozarth, Ceren Budak Exploiting Contextual Information for Fine-Grained Tweet Geolocation Wen-Haw Chong, Ee-Peng Lim Nasty, Brutish, and Short: What Makes Election News Popular on Twitter?In this panel, participants share their expertise in journalism, activism, and politics, and discuss the challenges that new forms of media bring to information in a digital age.Fashion Conversation Data on Instagram Yu-I Ha, Sejeong Kwon, Meeyoung Cha, Jungseock Joo Tok Track: A Complete Token Provenance and Change Tracking Dataset for the English Wikipedia Fabian Flöck, Kenan Erdogan, Maribel Acosta Data Sets: Word Embeddings Learned from Tweets and General Data Quanzhi Li, Sameena Shah, Xiaomo Liu, Armineh Nourbakhsh Emoji Net: An Open Service and API for Emoji Sense Discovery Sanjaya Wijeratne, Lakshika Balasuriya, Amit Sheth, Derek Doran Community Identity and User Engagement in a Multi-Community Landscape Justine Zhang, William L.
An Empirical Case Study of Linked In Profiles among Recent MBA Graduates Kristen M.
People spread articles and activist alerts across platforms like Facebook and Twitter, but this includes "fake news," misinformation, and even disinformation.
While political campaigns can use Big Data to target potential voters and spread their messaging, they must confront the ability of participatory media to amplify rumors and conspiracy theories.
I will show examples of privacy-related artwork created by myself and by other artists, as well as common privacy visualizations.
Then I will discuss the Privacy Illustrated project, in which we invite everyday people to draw pictures of privacy and what it means to them.