There are 7 Results with the keyword : "Social Networks"
Internet of the future
Internet of the New opportunities, new challenges, new risks and new fears are emerging. The Internet of the future, gradually taking shape right now in the research field, has generated numerous debates concerning among other things the protection of privacy.future
- Dominique Cardon
- Internet of the future
- Public environment
- Digital user
- Anne-Marie Kermarrec
- Social networks
According to the Inria/TNS Sofres survey conducted this year, nearly one French person in two declared they could not do without social networks. Such interest on its own proves what a success the social web is, although success is not without an increase in private data now present in cyberspace. A thorough grasp of interaction tools and controlling one’s web image are becoming major challenges for tomorrow’s web, both for individuals and companies… as well as a challenge for researchers developing social web management tools.
- Digital Sciences
- Fabien Gandon
- Frédéric Cavazza
- Social media
- Social Networks
- Social web
- Digital world
In the networks jungle, how to ensure protection of users' personal data? The French start-up, Novathings, and the Diana team at Inria joined forces to help individuals regain control of their digital lives
- Architecture and user rights
- Connected objects
- Social networks
- Personal data backup and security
This seminar is intended to review social networks from an inter-disciplinary point of view, so as to gain a better appreciation of the range of issues raised by this domain in methodological, scientific and policy terms. What is the real structure of these networks? How does such knowledge affect sociology? What are its policy consequences? What kind of world is emerging as a result of this digital frenzy?
Place : La Rotonde, INSA Lyon, campus de la Doua, Villeurbanne
From Social media and their digital footprint we can have access to the linguistic and social interactions of millions of users. Yet, the computational methods to make these data meaningful are still to be developed and validated.
Place : Lyon
Guest(s) : Stéphanie Barbu (UMR 6552 EthoS) - Richard Benton (University of Illinois) - Jacob Eisenstein (Georgia Tech) - Alfred Hero (University of Michigan) - José M. F. Moura (Carnegie Mellon University)
Large scale networks with complex interaction patterns between elements are found in abundance in both nature and manmade systems. The main aim of this workshop is to explore the statistical dynamics on and of such networks.
Place : Lyon
Guest(s) : Kimmo Kaski (Aalto University, Finland) - Renaud Lambiotte (University of Namur, Belgium) - Nicola Perra (Greenwich University, UK) - Alejandro Ribeiro, TBC (University of Pensilvania, USA) - Camille Roth, TBC (CNRS, Centre Marc Bloch, Germany)
The 33rd conference on "Data Management - Principles, Technologies and Applications" (BDA 2017) is the meeting of the data management community in France.
Place : Inria Nancy Grand Est
Guest(s) : Claudia d’Amato, University of Bari (Italie) Georg Gottlob, University of Oxford and TU Wien Sergei O. Kuznetsov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow