What we do

The Computational Society (TCS) conducts theoretical and empirical research, examining the effects of computational technologies on Choice and Organization. Also, TCS offers consulting services regarding: 

1. How Organizations may build their Artificial Intelligence Capabilities. 
2. Run Experiments that enhance Organization's Understanding of Consumer Choice Behaviors. 
3. Uses Text and Network Analytics to Unravel Social Choices and Build Organization's Customer Orientation and Customer Response Capabilities.
4. Leverage Web Mining and Natural Language Processing (NLP) to Build Organization's Market Intelligence Capabilities. 

TCS offers certificates (such as the Organizational Artificial Intelligence (AI) Analyst (OrAIAn) Certificate). The society publishes educational books and conducts workshops, focusing upon Choice and Organization in the Computational Age. To enhance student's understanding of the topics, TCS conducts competitions, partnering with leading organizations, such as the Association for Information System (AIS). To enhance access to our content, the society has centers that partner with organizations to create scholarships. 


 

2019 Competition Report  

Partnered again with the Association for Information Systems to organize THE COMPUTATIONAL SOCIETY CASE STUDY CHALLENGE 2019 for the second year in succession. The final round of the competition was held at the Student Leadership Conference held in Temple University, Philadelphia on April 12, 2019. For a detailed report of The Computational Society Case Study Challenge 2019 click here.  

 














 

2018 Competition Report
 

The Computational Society associated with Association for Information Systems in November 2017 for the launch of their inaugural THE COMPUTATIONAL SOCIETY CASE STUDY CHALLENGE 2018 - A competition that invited students from across the globe to explore and share their knowledge and understanding of the influence of technology on the social wellbeing and choice behaviors of individuals in the current context. The final round of the competition was held at the Student Leadership Conference held in UT Dallas on April 13, 2018. For a detailed report of The Computational Society Case Study Challenge 2018 click here.