Jeremy Blackburn joined the Department of Computer Science at Binghamton University in fall 2019. Blackburn is broadly interested in data science, with a focus on large-scale measurements and modeling. His largest line of work is in understanding jerks on the Internet. His research into understanding toxic behavior, hate speech, and fringe and extremist Web communities has been covered in the press by The Washington Post, the New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, the BBC and New Scientist, among others.

“Spreading propaganda, recruiting people, radicalizing people, it would be that type of stuff,” says Jeremy Blackburn, a computer science professor at Binghamton University who has studied hate speech and extremists online. “Bottom line: They’d have addit

“In the case of Trump’s new platform, it is so technologically primitive that there is no way for his followers to even migrate,” Binghamton University computer science professor Jeremy Blackburn told NBC News. “Who cares about a platform where you can’t

"It's not even the ends that matter. It's the means. It's the fact that you're placing this bet, that's where the value in all this is. Sure, you may get money, or you may end up broke, but you played the game, and you did it in some crazy way," Blackburn


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