The COSMOS Article Reading Club (C-ARC) discusses computer and information science publications. The list below includes the articles the group has reviewed.  You can easily view when each articles has been reviewed by referencing the Review column which lists the year and month the publication has been discussed.

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YearAuthor(s)TitlePub TitleLinkReviewed
2019Heine & Tagesspiegel Fighting ‘fake news’ online: How NATO soldiers in Latvia got fooled by botsEuractiveDetails.2019-10
2019Zhou, Dredze, Broniatowski, & AdlerElites and foreign actors among the alt-right: The Gab social media platformFirst MondayDetails.2019-09
2019Bergstrom & Bak-ColemanInformation gerrymandering in social networks skews collective decision-makingNatureresearch JournalDetails.2019-09
2019FrylingTracking coordinated disinformation campaigns online made easier with new BotSlayer toolIndiana UniversityDetails.2019-09
2019HwangManeuver and Manipulation: On the Military Strategy of Online Information WarfareStrategic Studies InstituteDetails.2019-09
2018Medina, Nicolosi, Brewer, & LinkeDrivers of hate in the United States have distinct regional differencesScienceDailyDetails.2019-08
2011Petrovic, Osborne, & Lavrenko RT to Win! Predicting Message Propagation in TwitterAAAI PublicationsDetails.2019-08
2018Curry & Rieser#MeToo Alexa: How Conversational Systems Respond to Sexual HarassmentAssociation for Computational LinguisticsDetails.2019-06
2009Borgatti, Mehra, Brass, & LabiancaNetwork Analysis in the Social SciencesScienceDetails.2019-06
2019Silberg & Manyika

Tackling bias in artificial intelligence (and in humans)McKinsey Global InstituteDetails.2019-06
2019Lewandowsky, Pilditch, Madsen, Oreskes & RisbeyInfluence and seepage: An evidence-resistant minority can affect public
opinion and scientific belief formation
CognitionDetails.2019-03
2017Cheng, Bernstein, Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, & LeskovecAnyone Can Become a Troll: Causes of Trolling Behavior in Online DiscussionsCSCWDetails.2019-03
2019Gao, Su, Liu & KurthsEven Central Users Do Not Always Drive Information DiffusionCommunications of the ACMDetails.2019-03
2018Ryana & D’AngelobChanging times: Migrants’ social network analysis and the challenges of longitudinal researchSocial NetworksDetails.2019-02
2018Sapountzi & PsannisSocial networking data analysis tools & challengesFuture Generation Computer SystemsDetails.2018-11
2018Liao & ChenBuilding social computing system in big data: From the perspective of social network analysisComputers in Human BehaviorDetails.2018-11
2018Barrona, Huanga, Spang & DeDeoIndividuals, institutions, and innovation in the debates of the French RevolutionPNASDetails.2018-10
2018Maa & DeDeoState power and elite autonomy in a networked civil society: The board interlocking of Chinese non-profitsSocial NetworksDetails.2018-10
2018RothThe influence of parents’ social capital on their children’s transition to vocational training in GermanySocial NetworksDetails.2018-09
2018Brashears & QuintaneThe Weakness of Tie StrengthSocial NetworksDetails.2018-06
2018SchullerSpeech Emotion Recognition: Two Decades in a Nutshell, Benchmarks, and Ongoing TrendsCommunications of the ACMDetails.2018-06
2018GioeCyber operations and useful fools: the approach of Russian hybrid intelligenceIntelligence and National Security Details.2018-06
2017Cheng, Bernstein, Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil &LeskovecAnyone Can Become a Troll: Causes of Trolling Behavior in Online DiscussionsCSCW '17 ProceedingsDetails.2019-02
2017Won, Steinert-Threlkeld & JooProtest Activity Detection and Perceived Violence Estimationfrom Social Media ImagesACM Multimedia ProceedingsDetails.2019-01
2017Gutfraind & GenkinA graph database framework for covert network analysis: An application to the Islamic State network in EuropeSocial NetworksDetails.2018-08
2017Calderoni,Piccardi &Brunetto Communities in Criminal Networks: A case studySocial NetworksDetails.2018-08
2017Schaefer, Bouchard, Young & KreagerFriends in locked places: An investigation of prison inmate network structureSocial NetworksDetails.2018-08
2017Tamburrini, Cinnirella, Jansen & BrydenTwitter users change word usage according to conversation-partner social identitySocial NetworksDetails.2018-07
2017Vicario, Zollo, Caldarelli, Scala & QuattrociocchiMapping social dynamics on Facebook: The Brexit debateSocial NetworksDetails.2018-07
2016Everett &ValenteBridging, brokerage and BetweennessSocial NetworksDetails.2018-07
2016HarperWeak Ties MatterTech CrunchDetails.2018-06
2014Kieran Healy & James MoodyData Visualization in SociologyAnnual Review of SociologyDetails.2019-02
2014Klingenstein, Hitchcock & DeDeoThe civilizing process in London’s Old BaileyPNASDetails.2018-09

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