Accurate forecasts of U.S. Presidential elections are not only central to political journalism, but are used by campaigns to formulate strategy, impact financial markets, and aid businesses planning for the future.
For their 2019 capstone project, DSI Master of Science in Data Science students Charu Rawat, Arnab Sarkar, and Sameer Singh proposed a framework to understand and detect online harassment in the English Wikipedia community.
MSDS 2018 Cohort students Kia Duan, Nitesh Prakash, Duncan Rule and Ni Zhuang worked to create a program that could more accurately assess threat levels from rallies and protests led by extremist groups.
MSDS students Gregory Wert, Elaine Liu and Greenawald, along with faculty advisor Don Brown, are undertaking a capstone research project sponsored by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory to provide that system, with language at its core.
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