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Social Computing: From Social Informatics to Social Intelligence

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4 Author(s)
Fei-Yue Wang ; Chinese Academy of Sciences and University of Arizona ; Kathleen M. Carley ; Daniel Zeng ; Wenji Mao

Social computing represents a new computing paradigm and an interdisciplinary research and application field. Undoubtedly, it strongly influences system and software developments in the years to come. We expect that social computing's scope continues to expand and its applications multiply. From both theoretical and technological perspectives, social computing technologies moves beyond social information processing towards emphasizing social intelligence. As we've discussed, the move from social informatics to social intelligence is achieved by modeling and analyzing social behavior, by capturing human social dynamics, and by creating artificial social agents and generating and managing actionable social knowledge

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IEEE Intelligent Systems  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 2 )