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OSoMe PostDoc Wanted

We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow to join the Observatory on Social Media (OSoMe, pronounced awe‚ÄĘsome) at Indiana University Bloomington (IUB) under the direction of Filippo Menczer. The research will address the intersection of computing, network, data, and media sciences with a focus on (mis/dis)information diffusion and the detection and countering of online manipulation.

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New BotSlayer tool to expose disinformation networks

Broder disinformation network

First announced in September 2019, the new BotSlayer software to expose disinformation networks is designed and developed by CNetS faculty and students in collaboration with IUNI staff and the Observatory on Social Media. BotSlayer is an application that helps track and detect potential manipulation of information spreading on Twitter. It can be used by journalists, researchers, civil society organizations, corporations, and political candidates to discover in real-time new coordinated disinformation campaigns. Read about how you can join the effort to spot the manipulation of social media.