Julio César Amador Díaz López
Julio César Amador Díaz López
Imperial College Research Fellow, Imperial College London
Verified email at imperial.ac.uk
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Predicting the Brexit vote by tracking and classifying public opinion using Twitter data
JCAD Lopez, S Collignon-Delmar, K Benoit, A Matsuo
Statistics, Politics and Policy 8 (1), 85-104, 2017
332017
Towards a large-scale twitter observatory for political events
S Fernando, JAD López, O Şerban, J Gómez-Romero, M Molina-Solana, ...
Future Generation Computer Systems 110, 976-983, 2020
52020
From neuroscience to computer science: a topical approach on Twitter
CA Piña-García, JM Siqueiros-García, E Robles-Belmont, G Carreón, ...
Journal of Computational Social Science 1 (1), 187-208, 2018
42018
Characterizing political fake news in twitter by its meta-data
J Amador, A Oehmichen, M Molina-Solana
arXiv preprint arXiv:1712.05999, 2017
42017
Not all lies are equal. A study into the engineering of political misinformation in the 2016 US presidential election
A Oehmichen, K Hua, JAD López, M Molina-Solana, J Gómez-Romero, ...
IEEE Access 7, 126305-126314, 2019
22019
Political Participation in Mexico through Twitter
JCAD López, CA Piña-García
International Workshop on Complex Networks and their Applications, 607-618, 2016
22016
Political participation in mexico offline and through twitter
J Amador, CA Piña-Garcia
Online communities as agents of change and social Movements, 138-164, 2017
12017
Deep Learning for Fake News Classification
M Molina-Solana, J Amador, JG Romero
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foo. castr: visualising the future AI workforce
JAD Lopez, M Molina-Solana, MT Kennedy
Big Data Analytics 3 (1), 1-15, 2018
2018
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