Faces of the Foreseers group. Taken in 2014.
Best paper award
Yue, Qiaozhu, and Yahoo! co-authors receiving the best paper award at WSDM 2016.
Foreseers at work
The Foreseers working as a group.
Rumor processing with computers, experts, and the crowd
Our poster of Twitter rumor processing presented at the 2012 NSF SoCS PI meeting.
The next generation of EHR Search Engine
The interface of our new search engine for electronic health records (EHR). It facilitated query suggestion and sharing powered by artificial intelligence and social intelligence.
The Foreseer research group is led by Dr. Qiaozhu Mei at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. We do cutting-edge research related to data mining, machine learning, and information retrieval. We build models, algorithms, and systems to analyze very large collections of text, networks, and behaviors. Our research is widely applied to Web search, social computing, finance, and health informatics. Our research is supported by various government agencies such as NSF, NIH, and DARPA. We collaborate with various industry leaders and academic partners.
Our study on emojis has been a hit in media. Read.
Paper written by Wei Ai, Qiaozhu Mei, and co-authors appeared in PNAS!
Paper written by Jian Tang, Qiaozhu Mei, and co-authors nominated for best paper award at the WWW conference! Read.
Paper written by Yue Wang, Qiaozhu Mei, and co-authors won the best paper award at the WSDM conference! Read.