Textual Politics: International Workshop
For two days, on March 9th and 10th, 2023, Sciences Po Medialab and the CSS initiative at l’Institut Polytechnique de Paris organized a two-days workshop in Paris. The conference brought together scholars involved in two international research projects.
Ph.D. Scholarships at CREST
The Centre de Recherche en Economie et Statistique (CREST) will once again offer several 3-year doctoral scholarpships in each of its core disciplines. The CREST […]
The Augmented Social Scientist: Tutorial at IC2S2
Étienne Ollion and Rubing Shen will offer an introduction to deep learning supervised models at the next IC2S2 in Copenhagen, on July 17th 2023. [Link […]
Computational Social Sciences is an interdisciplinary endeavor that uses digital data in all its forms to generate fundamental and policy-oriented insights about society.
The CSS team at Institut Polytechnique de Paris is invested in tackling the challenges raised by the current computational revolution, at various levels:
- Leveraging the empirical power of these new masses of data
- Analyzing how the new data abundance affects our daily lives and societies altogether
- Reflecting on how artificial intelligence and statistical learning can be used for social scientific research
- Studying the individuals who operate the digital infrastructures
Each of our team members is invested in one of these fastly developing areas of CSS. This diversity in approaches and methods allows us to meet the challenges raised by these deep-seated transformations.
Because we strongly believe that the advent of digital data demands the training of a new breed of researchers, we organize summer schools, offer Ph.d. and intern positions, as well as we organize workshops and conferences to reflect on the present and on the future of research.
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