Predicting Twitter User Socioeconomic Attributes with Network and Language Information

11 Apr 2018Nikolaos AletrasBenjamin Paul Chamberlain

Inferring socioeconomic attributes of social media users such as occupation and income is an important problem in computational social science. Automated inference of such characteristics has applications in personalised recommender systems, targeted computational advertising and online political campaigning... (read more)

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