In a more connected and digitalized society, newScience-based approaches help people and organizations to work towards a more sustainable world.
- Leveraging knowledge from Social Networks to change life (Alexander POLONSKY / Bloom). In a more connected and digitalized society, newScience-based approaches help people and organizations to work towards a more sustainable world. If there were a prize for the most interesting dataset, it should be given to Social Media. It is there that we find, for the first time in history, a dynamic interactive representation of human society. Not only can we listen to what humanity has to say, but we can also reply. We can talk with humanity. Moreover, this conversation has been increasingly powerful in shaping humanity’s future. It is no wonder then that Social Media Analysis has revolutionized sociology, politics, marketing, communications and many other sectors of human activity. And these are still the early days - there remain many potential applications to explore. Indeed, the data is so rich and diverse that it offers nearly endless possibilities to discover interesting questions and answers, as well as to impact the public discourse. No matter what your domain of activity, you’d most likely learn something useful from Social Media Analysis.
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