Web Intelligence is a field that can help lots of industries and thus, people. It allows world data having sense, which is a powerful tool to take better decisions, especially in the economic. But what if we use it for social purposes, such as poverty or hunger?
Last March, the 1994 Turing Award winner, Raj Reddy, from Carnegie Mellon University, gave an interview to the Web Intelligence Consortium, about Computational Social Science.
You can download the summary here
But, if you want to know it all, at WI 2018 we will have a panel discussion about this issue, which concerns us all. We encourage you to come to WI 2018 and be part of this!