Bot Biblio

Scholarly

Check out The Bot Biblio, a collection of scholarly articles/sources on bots and social science (etc.)  Filter by tag to sort through these sources.

Please help me improve this bibliography by emailing me info on any sources that might be missing: thebotblogger[at]gmail[dot]com


Books

Christian, B. (2011). The most human human: What talkiung with computers teaches us what it means to be alive. New York, NY: Doubleday.

Leonard, A. (1997). Bots: The origins of new species. New York, NY: Penguin.


Book Chapters

Geiger, R. S. (2011). The lives of bots. In G. Lovink & N. Tkacz (Eds.), Critical point of view:A Wikipedia reader (pp. 78-93). Amsterdam, NL: Institute of Network Cultures.

Livingstone, R. M. (2014). Immaterial editors: Bots and bot policies across global Wikipedia. In P. Fichman & N. Hara (Eds.), Global Wikipedia: International and cross-cultural issues in online collaboration. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow.


Periodical Articles

Elliott, C., & Brzezinski, J. (1998). Autonomous agents as synthetic characters. AI Magazine, 19(2), 13–30.

Ferrara, E., Varol, O., Davis, C., Menczer, F., & Flammini, A. (2016, July). The rise of social bots. Communications of the ACM, 59(7), 96-104.

Halfaker, A., & Riedl, J. (2012). Bots and cyborgs: Wikipedia’s immune system. Computer, 45(3), 79–82. doi: 10.1109/MC.2012.82

Hwang, T., Pearce, I., & Nanis, M. (2012). Socialbots: Voices from the fronts. interactions, 19(2), 38-45.


Films

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