Mentors: Luke Chang, PBS; Mary Flanagan, Digital Humanities; Eugene Santos, Engineering; Brendan Nyhan, Government
Seth Frey is a computational social scientist researching online societies. He is coming to the Neukom Institute from a postdoctoral position at Disney Research, a corporate research lab serving the Walt Disney Company. He earned a B.A. in Cognitive Science from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Ph.D. in "Cognitive Science and Informatics" from Indiana University. He researches higher-level reasoning and social cognition in order to improve the design and analysis of complex decision environments.
Talks, Papers, Etc.
- Human Computation: Can you moderate an unreadable message? 'Blind' content moderation via human computation Seth Frey, Maarten W Bos, Robert W Sumner
- Blind Content
- Nautilus: The Unexpected Humanity of Robot Soccer
- Talk: MUCSC 04.09.16
- Presented "Evaluating governance style in online designer societies" at Conference on Complex Systems, Tempe, Arizona, 9/28/2015 to 10/2/2015
- "Notable Paper" presented "Human flocking behavior in three different games of strategic iterated reasoning" at Conference on Complex Systems, Tempe, Arizona, 9/28/2015 to 10/2/2015
- Presented "Strategic information encryption among experts of No Limit Texas Hold'em" at Conference on Complex Systems, Tempe, Arizona, 9/28/2015 to 10/2/2015
- Presented "Emotional Influence and the Social Dimensions of Emotional Regulation" at Computational Social Science Workshop, Tempe, Arizona, 10/1/2015.
- Presented "Quantifying and Predicting Collaboration in Shared Virtual Worlds" at the Player Modeling Workshop of the Eleventh AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment, Nov 14, 2015
- Invited Talk, "Expert Information Processing as Strategic Information Encryption" School of Computer Science Colloquium, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, 12/4/2015