In recent years, social media has become ubiquitous and important for social networking and content sharing. In particular they exemplify new means for cooperation and production of content, calling for specific gouvernance. Moreover, social media content can be used to predict real-world outcomes.
The session was dedicated to the Management and gouvernance of social networks and digital communities.
We had the pleasure to welcome
Bernardo HUBERMAN – Director of the Social Computing Lab at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories and a Consulting Professor in the Department of Applied Physics at Stanford University
Paul DAVID – Titular Professor of the chair. Professor of Economics (Emeritus), Stanford University & Senior Fellow , Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research
The seminar was introduced by Pierre-Jean BENGHOZI and discussed by Jean-Michel DALLE.
Summary of the conference and the following workshop