The AMCIS 2022 Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin America track promotes IS/IT/MIS research in and about Latin America. Latin America makes up a large part of the Americas and its population speaks primarily Spanish or Portuguese. This track opens a space for rigorous and high-quality research that is written in Spanish or Portuguese while also accepting papers in English that bring together IS/IT/MIS research and Latin America.

Track chairs:
Gladys Simpson, Florida International University, gsimpson@fiu.edu
Indira Guzman, Trident University, indira.guzman@trident.edu
Flávio Horita, Federal University of ABC, flavio.horita@ufabc.edu.br
José Antonio Robles, Universidad ESAN, jrobles@esan.edu.pe
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2022
Wednesday, August 10th
12:00 AM

Analizando artículos en Scopus sobre posverdad y noticias falsas con un algoritmo de aprendizaje no supervisado / Analyzing Scopus articles on post-truth and fake news with an unsupervised learning algorithm

Victor W. Bohorquez-Lopez, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra
Ana Elizabeth Gómez-Burns, Universidad Católica San Pablo

12:00 AM

Causas e problemas de privacidade de dados em sistemas de big data analytics: uma revisão sistemática da literatura

Danilo Figueiredo Oliveira, University of Sao Paulo
Edmir Parada Vasques Prado, University of Sao Paulo

12:00 AM

Identificação de comportamento de rede na produção de conteúdo artístico em redes sociais

Nicolas Teichi Kaneko, University of São Paulo
Daielly Mantovani, University of Sao Paulo

12:00 AM

Modelos de Avaliação de Smart Cities: uma Análise Comparativa entre Frameworks Brasileiros e Estrangeiros

DAVID BERGERMAN, USP
GUILHERME CAVALCANTI de A. SIMÕES, USP
LEONARDO MACHADO DE LIMA, USP
Daielly Mantovani, University of Sao Paulo

12:00 AM

Team Ambidexterity and its Prerequisites: An Exploratory Study of an IT Service Management Team

Matthias Werner, University of Muenster
Jasmin Isabell Feldmann, Universtity of Muenster
Juliana Becerra Montealegre, University of Munster
Jan Stockhinger, University of Münster

12:00 AM