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Crews, A. (2015). The big move toward big data in employment. In Employment& Labor Law Solutions Worldwide. Retrieved de
Pratt, G. A. (2015). Is a Cambrian Explosion Coming for Robotics?. Journal Of Economic Perspectives, 29(3), 51 - 60.
Hill, J., W. Ford, R., & Farreras, I. G.. (2015). A comparison between human–human online conversations and human–chatbot conversations. Computers In Human Behavior, 49, 245 - 250.
Deming, D. J. (2015). The growing importance of social skills in the labor market. National Bureau of Economic Research.
Mokyr, J., Vickers, C., & Ziebarth, N. L.. (2015). The history of technological anxiety and the future of economic growth: Is this time different?. Journal Of Economic Perspectives, 29(3), 31 - 50.
Demartini, G. (2015). Hybrid human–machine information systems: Challenges and opportunities. Computer Networks, 90, 5 - 13.
Caruana, R., Lou, Y., Gehrke, J., Koch, P., Sturm, M., & Elhadad, N.. (2015). Intelligible Models for HealthCare (L. Cao, Zhang, C., Joachims, T., Webb, G., Margineantu, D. D., & Williams, G., Trans.). In the 21th ACM SIGKDD International ConferenceProceedings of the 21th ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining - KDD '15 (1721 - 1730).
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Kuhn, T. (2015). Science bot: a model for the future computation (A. Gangemi, Leonardi, S., & Panconesi, A., Trans.). In the 24th International ConferenceProceedings of the 24th International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '15 Companion (1061 - 1062).
Mohr, J. W., Wagner-Pacifici, R., & Breiger, R. L.. (2015). Toward a computational hermeneutics. Big Data & Society, 2(2), 205395171561380.
Clément, M., & Guitton, M. J.. (2015). Users’ reactions to actions of automated programs in Wikipedia. Computers In Human Behavior, 50, 66 - 75.