Ziv Epstein

Scalable Cooperation
  • Research Assistant

Zivvy Epstein is a graduate student in the Scalable Cooperation group.  His  work integrates aspects of design and computational social science to model and understand cooperative systems. I focus on new challenges and opportunities that emerge from a digital society, particularly in the domains of artificial intelligence and social media.

In particular, he believes that humans and machines are locked in a feedback loop of interaction on the web. Algorithmic decision-making affects human behavior, and in turn human behavior affects algorithmic decision-making. I am interested in exploring this interplay, especially in applied forms such as curbing algorithmic bias, reducing the proliferation of misinformation, and exploring new forms of social mediation.

His personal website can be found here and his Google Scholar page can be found here.

Zivvy Epstein is a graduate student in the Scalable Cooperation group.  His  work integrates aspects of design and computational social science to model and understand cooperative systems. I focus on new challenges and opportunities that emerge from a digital society, particularly in the domains of artificial intelligence and social media.

In particular, he believes that humans and machines are locked in a feedback loop of interaction on the web. Algorithmic decision-making affects human behavior, and in turn human behavior affects algorithmic decision-making. I am interested in exploring this interplay, especially in applied forms such as curbing algorithmic bias, reducing the proliferation of misinformation, and exploring new forms of social mediation.

His personal website can be found here and his Google Scholar page can be found here.