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Paul Russo, Ph.D. currently serves as University Vice Provost and Dean of the Katz Graduate School of Science and Health at Yeshiva University.. His research explores user behaviors in online communities and social networks. His work offers practical insights for UI/UX, marketing applications, and new trends in AI/ML for social media as well as a foundation for future research.
We are living in a time of rapid technological transformation affecting many facets of our lives including social and economic structures. The ability to adapt and master new skills will be the defining skill of our age. There is a growing need in understanding and acquiring skills that will enable both the creation of new businesses and startups,...
Social networks provide rich opportunities to interact with friends and other members. While research on motivations and interaction design help explain what makes online communities successful, the influence of trust on social location technologies and interactions that integrate online and off-line activities remains unclear. Drawing from researc...
Along with the growth in artifact sharing in online communities such as Flickr, YouTube, and Facebook comes the demand for adding descriptive meta-information, or tags. Tags help individuals to organize and communicate the content and context of their work for themselves and for others. This longitudinal study draws on research in social psychology...
We present an evaluation of several pixel level optical flow techniques, for flow computation accuracy.Flow accuracy is characterized with respect to spatio-temporal image characteristics relevant to moving target detection. Results of flow computation and target detection are presented for infrared (8 - 12 jtm) imagery. 1. Introduction An image se...
Along with the growth in artifact sharing in online communities such as Flickr, YouTube, and Facebook comes the demand for adding descriptive meta information, or tags. Tags help individu als to organize and communicate the content and context of their work for themselves and for others. This longitudinal study draws on research in social psycholog...