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[CASCI Talk] Crowd Sleuths: Solving Mysteries with Crowdsourcing, Experts and AI

Tuesday, November 19th, 201911:00 am – 12:00 noonHBK South 2119 Description Professional investigators in fields such as journalism, law enforcement, and academia have long sought the public’s help in solving mysteries, typically by providing tips. However, as social technologies capture more digital traces of daily life and enable new forms of collaboration, members of the […]

[CLIP Colloquium] SPATIO-TEMPORAL CRIME PREDICTION USING GPS- AND TIME-TAGGED TWEETS

University of Maryland Computational Linguistics and Information Processing (CLIP) colloquium 9/25/2013: SPATIO-TEMPORAL CRIME PREDICTION USING GPS- AND TIME-TAGGED TWEETS Speaker: Matthew Gerber, University of Virginia Time: Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 11:00 AM Venue: A.V. Williams Building Room# 3258, University of Maryland College Park Recent research has shown that social media messages (e.g., tweets) can be used to predict […]