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Making Sense of Misinformation, Disinformation, Fake News, Twitter Bots, and Intent in Social Media — Superheroes of Science, Purdue University, Feb 2021Panel: Trust & Authenticity in Social Media — America's Role in the World, Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, Indiana University, Dec 2020Panel: DEMOCRACY, TECHNOLOGIES AND THE INFODEMIC — The Rīga Conference, Nov 20204 Reasons Why Social Media Make Us Vulnerable to Manipulation — Computer Science Seminar Series, University of Exeter, Oct 2020Detection of Novel Social Bots by Ensembles of Specialized Classifiers — ACM Intl. Conf. on Information & Knowledge Management (CIKM), Oct 20204 Reasons Why Social Media Make Us Vulnerable to Manipulation — Opening Keynote, ACM Conference Series on Recommender Systems (RecSys), Sep 2020Identifying social media manipulation with OSoMe tools — Tutorial, Intl. Conference Computational Social Media (IC2S2), July 20204 Reasons Why Social Media Make Us Vulnerable to Manipulation — Keynote, Intl. Conference Computational Social Media (IC2S2), July 2020BotSlayer Demo by Pik-Mai Hui — AAAI Intl. Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM), June 2020Webinar: What Higher Education Needs to Know About Disinformation and COVID 19 — PEN America, May 2020Niall Ferguson’s Networld: Episode 1 – Disruption — PBS, March 2020Untangling Network Science — Cambridge University Press, February 2020Sorting Truth From Fiction with Social Media Tools — Magazines Canada, October 2019Let's Expose the Truth — Indiana University, September 20198 ways social media make us vulnerable to misinformation — Big Data Law Seminar, University of Padova, June 2019Le Ragioni per cui i Social Networks ci rendono vulnerabili alla disinformazione (in Italian) — Computer Science Department, University of Padova, June 20195 Reasons Why Social Networks Make Us Vulnerable to Misinformation — Santa Fe Institute, September 20184 Reasons Why Social Networks Make Us Vulnerable to Misinformation — MisinfoCon DC, August 2018Endless Curiosity: The Science of Fake News — Indiana University, May 2018You Won't Believe How You can be Manipulated on Social Media — IU Luddy School, April 2018Hoaxy 2.0 — Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia at ISOJ Knight Demo Day, April 2018The spread of misinformation by social bots — Complexity Science Hub Vienna, January 2018Keynote: “The Spread of Misinformation in Social Media” — Keynote at Computation+Journalism Symposium, October 2017Forskningens Døgn — Danish Science Festival, April 2017'Close-Up Genday' and 'Catch!' — NHK interviews on Hoaxy and fake news (in Japanese), February 2017Cracking the stealth political influence of bots — PBS NewsHour, October 2016The Spread of misinformation in social media — Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems, September 2016Spread of misinformation in social media — IPAM Culture Analytics Workshop on Cultural Patterns: Multiscale Data-driven Models, UCLA, 2016The spread of misinformation in social media — USC Information Sciences Institute, May 2016La diffusione della disinformazione sui social media (in Italian) — Biennale Democrazia, Torino, November 2015Dynamics of attention in social media — The Being of Science, ISI Foundation, Torino, June 2013Virality Prediction and Community Structure in Social Networks — Lilian Weng at Science of Success Symposium, Harvard, June 2013The Role of Information Diffusion in the Evolution of Social Networks — KDD 2013 ConferenceOn Truthy Tweeting — Workshop on Truthiness in Digital Media (#Truthicon), Harvard, March 2012Political Polarization on Twitter — Mike Conover at ICWSM 2011 ConferenceThe Truthy Project Ferrets Out Online Deception — The Wall Street Journal, 2011Digital Breadcrumbs — BrianLehrer.TV, November 2010