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I do research on collective intelligence (also known as social or human-centered computing). I have over 200 publications in this area, with 7000 citations and an h-index of 40 on Google Scholar, in addition to over 13000 downloads on ResearchGate and SSRN.
I'm on the editorial boards for CERA, AI EDAM, JSMO, CSCW and Knowledge Management and e-Learning, journals, and have served on the program committees for numerous conferences on artificial intelligence and collective intelligence
I am deeply committed to solving real-world problems, especially in the sustainability and participatory democracy realms.
I also have a long-standing commitment to engagement with the international research community: I've hosted many international visitors in my lab at MIT, and have done extended research visits in Japan, Hong Kong, France, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Switzerland, and New Zealand.
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August, 2016. I will be a visiting research fellow at the Social Media Lab at Ryerson University, working on deliberation-centric social media analysis.
March 1, 2016. Check out this demo of our approach to summarizing, and eventually replacing, long messy comments streams e.g. for online newspaper articles.
January, 2016. I was featured in an article on collective intelligence in El Pais, Spain's pre-eminent national newspaper.
December, 2015. I was a keynote speaker at the Prado Medialab in Madrid Spain, talking about tools for deliberative democracy.
December, 2015. I was a visiting research fellow at the University of Alcala in Alcala Spain,working on protocols for enabling complex negotiation.
November, 2015. I was a visiting international professor at the Nagoya Institute of Technology, where I taught a course on collective intelligence.
October, 2015. New paper! High-Speed Idea Filtering with the Bag of Lemons in Decision Support Systems Journal.
November, 2014. New paper! An Embarrassment of Riches in Communications of the ACM.
September, 2014. I was a visiting researcher at ADDLabs. I taught a class on Collective Intelligence, and conducted collaborative research there.
April, 2014. New paper! From problems to protocols: Towards a negotiation handbook in Decision Support Systems Journal.
May, 2012. New paper! Programming the Global Brain in Communications of the ACM.
April, 2012. New paper! Enabling Large-Scale Deliberation Using Attention-Mediation Metrics in CSCW Journal.
August, 2011. I was a visiting researcher at the Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA) in Barcelona Spain, hosted by the Spanish Government.