Developing the science and technology required to create value from data.
Tweets unveil the urban space and population dynamics
Human communication and mobility patterns shows the segmentation of the city, country and world regions
Segregation is not only about you live, but also also who you interact with.
Segregation of interactions happen at all scales. Ethnic groups in Africa are segregated from each other for cultural and economic reasons.
Information doesn’t flow homogeneously in social media. Echo-chamebers reveal that societies are polarized and exposed mainly to their similar ones.
The analysis of social networks reveals how information flows among individuals, enables the identification of influential users and the design of online targeting.
Changes in the activity of mobile phones and social media reveals how a population is affected by a natural disaster, a massive migration, or other large scale emergency.