Exploring changes in how people work, play, and connect
Our interdisciplinary teams explore many aspects of social media to help us to understand, model, and enable the online experiences of both the present and the future.
We study online behavior and interactions to help us gain insights into how social and technological forces interact. We also build new forms of online experiences around communities of interest, to gain understanding of how to bring people together.
- Stuart Schechter and Cristian Bravo-Lillo, Anticipating Experimental Risks Using Surveys, no. MSR-TR-2014-139, November 2014
- Stuart Schechter and Cristian Bravo-Lillo, Ethical-Response Survey Report: Fall 2014, no. MSR-TR-2014-140, 1 November 2014
- James Cook, Abhimanyu Das, Krishnaram Kenthapadi, and Nina Mishra, Ranking Twitter Discussion Groups, in ACM Conference on Online Social Networks (COSN), ACM – Association for Computing Machinery, October 2014
- Jennifer Musto and danah boyd, The Trafficking-Technology Nexus, in Social Politics, Oxford University Press, 26 August 2014
- ATL Cairo GPSP - Projects Ideas
- Shared Media Study
- Web-Scale Multimedia Mining and Understanding
- Discussion Graph Tool
- Online and social media data as a flawed continuous panel survey
- MSR-Bing Image Retrieval Challenge (IRC)
- MobiUS: WE, on the Go! (a.k.a Lover's Phone)