2019-03-21 15:30 - 17:00 Spinozabuilding, SP1

The past decade has witnessed a rapid increase of digital and computational methods in the social sciences. Digitalisation offers unprecedented opportunities for data collection, analysis and application - for example, in data-responsive interventions. However, there are also challenges involved in terms of digital security, privacy, and data governance. These challenges provide interesting starting points for interdisciplinary collaborations. Buijzen discusses some key challenges in light of her research on automated social network health interventions among youth (see (verwijst naar een andere website)). She will pay special attention to the links with computer science, humanities, and law, discussing what the social sciences need from and have to offer to the iHub.