Konwersatorium im. Jerzego Pniewskiego
Uprzejmie zawiadamiamy, że w dniu 27 listopada 2017 roku o godz 16:30, w sali 0.03 WYDZIAŁU FIZYKI UW, ul. PASTEURA 5 odbędzie się konwersatorium im. Jerzego Pniewskiego, na którym dr Michał Kosiński (Uniwersytet Stanforda) wygłosi referat zatytułowany: CREATING PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILES FROM PEOPLE'S DIGITAL FOOTPRINTS
Od godz. 16 zapraszamy uczestników na kawę, ciastka i nieformalne dyskusje przy wejściu do sali 0.03.
A growing proportion of human activities such as social interactions, entertainment, shopping, and gathering information are now mediated by digital devices and services. Such digitally mediated activities can be easily recorded, offering an unprecedented opportunity to study and measure intimate psycho-demographic traits using actual―rather than self-reported―behavior. Our research shows that digital records of behavior, such as samples of text, Tweets, Facebook Likes, or web-browsing logs, can be used to accurately measure a wide range of traits including personality, intelligence, and political views. Such Big Data assessment has a number of advantages: it does not require participants' active involvement; it can be easily and inexpensively applied to large populations; and it is relatively immune to cheating or misrepresentation. If used ethically, it could revolutionize psychological assessment, marketing, recruitment, insurance, and many other industries. In the wrong hands, however, such methods pose significant privacy risks. In this talk, we will discuss how to reap the benefits of Big Data assessment while avoiding the pitfalls.
Barbara Badełek, Marek Pfützner, Jan Suffczyński