In the networked society, the people and the machines we rely on are approaching a pattern of always on, always connected. Our activities at work and in our private lives increasingly...

If you’re working on the design of a Human-Machine Network, you may wonder what would happen if you implemented a particular network design. It may look promising, but what would happen...

On 21st of March, we held the HUMANE Intentional Workshop in Oxford. We had some 50+ participants from across different sectors; academia, industry, and public sectors, as well as technicians and freelancers. Among...

Our study on disagreement in Wikipedia was just published in Scientific Reports (impact factor 5.2). In this study, we find that disagreement and conflict in Wikipedia follow specific patterns. We use...

1st of April marks the anniversary of the start of our project! In this post we give a short recap of our activities in HUMANE during its first year. The Beginning!...

We just posted a new pre-print titled: Dynamics of Disagreement: Large-Scale Temporal Network Analysis Reveals Negative Interactions in Online Collaboration. Disagreement and conflict are a fact of social life and considerably affect...

A pre-print of our review article on human-machine networks is now available on arXiv. The article is entitled “Understanding Human-Machine Networks: A Cross-Disciplinary Survey” and is currently under peer review. In...

We recently completed a review of the existing literature on human-machine networks.  Human-machine networks are complex systems of human actors and computing devices or sensors that interact to produce synergy. In...

The Project has officially started on 1st April 2015!