J. M. Berger
J.M. Berger is the author of Optimal (2020) and Extremism (MIT Press, September 2018) and a research fellow with VOX-Pol. An analyst studying extremism, terrorism, propaganda and social media analytical techniques, Berger's previous works include ISIS: The State of Terror, with Jessica Stern, and Jihad Joe: Americans Who Go to War in the Name of Islam. Berger writes for The Atlantic and Politico, and he has authored and co-authored several groundbreaking studies on social media analysis, including the development of metrics for measuring influence, community detection and detecting the use of manipulative tactics online. In addition to his published work, Berger consults for and trains technology and security companies and government agencies on issues related to homegrown terrorism, online extremism and advanced social media analysis. Much of this work is concerned with initiatives for countering violent extremism (CVE), a topic on which he frequently speaks.Read more Read less
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