no code implementations • 20 Jul 2022 • Jonathan Stray, Alon Halevy, Parisa Assar, Dylan Hadfield-Menell, Craig Boutilier, Amar Ashar, Lex Beattie, Michael Ekstrand, Claire Leibowicz, Connie Moon Sehat, Sara Johansen, Lianne Kerlin, David Vickrey, Spandana Singh, Sanne Vrijenhoek, Amy Zhang, McKane Andrus, Natali Helberger, Polina Proutskova, Tanushree Mitra, Nina Vasan
We collect a set of values that seem most relevant to recommender systems operating across different domains, then examine them from the perspectives of current industry practice, measurement, product design, and policy approaches.
In this paper, we provide the empirical modeling of various radicalization phases in online CT discussion participants.
We use these social imaginaries to create a computational framework for distinguishing belief and dissonance from general discussion about QAnon.
The narrative map representation illustrates the events and stories in the narrative as a series of landmarks and routes on the map.