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Computational propaganda deploys social or political bots to try to shape, steer and manipulate online public discussions and influence decisions. Collective behaviour of populations of social bots has not been yet widely studied, though understanding of collective patterns arising from interactions between bots would aid social bot detection. Here we show that there are significant differences in collective behaviour between population of bots and population of humans as detected from theirdoi:10.1089/big.2017.0041 pmid:29924648 fatcat:zus73mwypvgjrjtvknssmabnay