Special Issue on Misinformation

Special Issue on Misinformation

AILab’s Ioannis Katakis along with Karl Aberer (EPFL), Quoc Viet Hung Nguyen (Griffith University) and Hongzhi Yin (The University of Queensland) are editing a special issue on misinformation on the web that will be published in the Journal of Information Systems, one of the top-tier journals in Databases and Data-Driven Applications. This special issue seeks high-quality and original papers that advance the concepts, methods, and theories of misinformation detection as well as address the mechanisms, strategies and techniques for misinformation interventions. Topics include:

  • Fake news, social bots, misinformation, and disinformation on social data
  • Misinformation, opinion dynamics and polarization in social data
  • Online misbehavior (scams, deception, and click-bait) and its relation to misinformation
  • Information/Misinformation diffusion
  • Credibility and reputation of news sources, social data, and crowdsourced data

and many more.The timeline of the special issue is the following:

Submission: 1st August 2020

First Round Notification: 1st October 2020

First Round Revisions: 1st December 2020

Second Round Notification: 1st February 2021

Final Submission: 1st March 2021

Publication: second quarter, 2021

Please find more information or submit your paper here:
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/information-systems/call-for-papers/special-issue-on-misinformation-on-the-web

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