I have been asked to present my research at the following conferences:
– International Conference on Computational Social Science, Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management from June 22-26, 2016.
– Experimental Psychology Society meeting in Oxford from July 8-10, 2016. Programme available here.
This week the second Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science will kick off. I have been invited to give a presentation of my work during one of the parallel sessions. This is the first time I give an oral presentation to an international conference and the first time I present my results on my work on representing information manipulation during social interaction through the Opinion Space.
If you happen to be in Evanston, IL, on Friday 24th of June I hope you will ask many interesting and challenging questions!
I’m please to announce that after a long revision process my paper with Bahador Bahrami and Geraint Rees has been published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. It’s been a long journey, but totally worth the effort!
Check it out here!
Today the Collective Intelligence Conference 2016 kicks off!
So excited to be in New York for the first time and for such a great line-up of speakers. Today Scott Page and Hugo Mercier together with others will open the panel on Political Decision Making. This first plenary panel will be led by Henry Farrell.
If you are around on Friday, come along to my poster “Real-time Uncertainty Updates in Interactive and Non-Interactive Social Exchanges”. I will show you how we managed to disentangle interactive and non-interactive communication between people performing perceptual decisions. How do people share their confidences in their answers? How do they affect each other? Do the mechanisms of opinion aggregation differ depending on the way information is communicated?
I would love to hear your feedback!