Julio holds a PhD in economics from the University of Essex. His area of expertise is applied machine learning (ML). Julio has held different research positions, both in the UK and abroad, and is now a research associate at Imperial Business Analytics, a laboratory held together by Imperial College’s Data Science Institute and Business School. His research includes big-data studies of online political participation and applying ML to categorize public opinion and automatically identifying fake news. Julio is currently dedicated to the study of misinformation.
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