We teach students to speak the language of social network analysis.
We teach students to speak the language of social network analysis. Read more
What do we learn behind the curves and graphs of social networks?
What do we learn behind the curves and graphs of social networks? Read more
Social technologies make a consumer the centre of a social network universe.
Social technologies make a consumer the centre of a social network universe. Read more
How close are we? Is it really ‘six degrees of separation’ between you and anyone in the world? Where is an affective context in a network of people and machines? How do we learn from social network connections? Is there a hidden common pattern between cell-to-cell, human-to-human, or galaxy-to-galaxy relations? Is it all about making groups? Is social behaviour an essence to understanding processes in, between and around people? How do we embed social behaviour into machine-to-machine friendly behaviour? Is massive social networking the key to making a new generation of artificial intelligence? Have we found the real power of connectedness?
Our SocialLAB research group seeks answers to the above questions. We explore connectedness in a social space of people and machines with all of its spices and shapes. We focus on the massive social networks of people and machines, their relations and pervasion. We try to learn from online human social behaviour to make such social machines and, we try to persuade machines to serve us, and not the other way around.
The fourth steering committee (SC) meeting was held between 19th and 20th of December 2016 in Valencia, Spain. Felipe Laureano Peñaranda Foix hosted the fourth SC meeting at the at Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros [...]
The second INNOSOC Multiplier Event was held between 19th and 20th of December 2017 in Valencia, Spain. The two-day event was held at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación, Universitat Politècnica de València. More than [...]