Computing and Society Poster Session

Join College of Computing students for a Computing & Society Poster Session devoted to exploring the interface between computing technology and modern societal issues. 

The event is an open house; so feel free to drop in!

Poster topics include:

  • Crowd-sourcing reputations to rate the accuracy of news organizations
  • Technology for allowing neighborhoods to monitor zoning decisions made by city governments
  • Detecting pyramid investing schemes
  • Discovering and reporting on discrepancies between political polling and social media predictions
  • Prediction of catastrophic events (market crashes, political upheavals, food safety events) based on mining of social media
  • Tools to help entrepreneurs and independent creators

Event Details


  • Tuesday, March 12, 2013
    4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: Klaus, 2405
Phone: (404) 385-2218

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For More Information Contact

Josie Giles
C21U Communications Officer
(404) 828-0831