2020 Conference on Computational Sociology
AUGUST 7, 2020 - 8:00AM TO 12:30PM
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The Conference on Computational Sociology will showcase work that applies computational methods to important sociological problems. Presented research will display creative use of data, whether applying machine learning methods, analyzing text, images, or network structures, or any other form of computational analysis.
All paper presentations will be pre-recorded talks posted to the conference agenda (link below) two weeks prior the August 7th date for the interactive segment of the conference.
Please view the talks ahead of time since the interactive segment will not have paper presentations. It will consist solely of a dialogue between presenters, discussant, and audience and presume prior viewing of the material.
Conference Organizers: Sharad Goel, Amir Goldberg, Jackelyn Hwang, Daniel A. McFarland
Email: aychou [at] stanford.edu