This year SCILA was presented by Kirill Bryanov and Victoria Vziatysheva at the international conference "Comparative Media Studies in Today's World"
Laboratory for Social and Cognitive Informatics is organizing a workshop on the methodology of web-based experiments on June 22. It will be hosted by the Web Science Conference 2021.
Attention! SCILA is inviting you to take part in our Summer School in Experimental Methods & Simulations in Social and Cognitive Sciences!
The EMS-SCS Summer School will be held on July 13-22, 2021. You still have a chance to apply!
Olessia Koltsova presented the FakeNews Project results at the seminar Connected_Politics Lab (University College Dublin)
On the 24th of February Olessia Koltsova gave a talk "What Do Online Experiments Tell Us About Political Fake News Recognition and Trust?" based on the online experiments results conducted within the framework of the FakeNews Project at the seminar Connected_Politics Lab.
SCILA researchers presented two papers at the 9th conference on Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language (AINL 2020), which took place from 7 to 9 October 2020.
29 June - 3 July SCILA was holding a learning workshop for researchers "Fixed and Random Effects Models in Social Studies and Psychology". Amazing speakers Ivan Ivanchei and Boris Sokolov told our participants about all nuances of multilevel modeling.
Since June 22, 2020, Professor Paolo Rosso has officially taken the responsibilities of SCILA’s academic supervisor. Paolo Rosso is a full professor at the department of Information Systems and Computation of Polytechnical university of Valencia, Spain, where he also heads Natural Language Engineering research group within Pattern Recognition and Human Language Technologies Research Centre (PRHLT).
Laboratory for Social and Cognitive Informatics has finished the online experiment related to the fake news detection. Approximately 10 000 people took part in it.