Monthly Archives: March 2017

SIRUP@IUI2017

On March 14th, I presented a paper about the SIRUP project at IUI’17. IUI stays for Intelligent User Interface, and it is an international conference where the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) community meets the Artificial Intelligence (AI) community. It is a highly competitive

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Genuine Semantic Publishing

Here you can find the slides for my talk at ICT Open 2017:

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DIVE+ @ ICTOPEN2017

The DIVE+ team is present on the 21st and 22nd of March at the ICTOpen 2017 conference to present and showcase the latest developments of the tool. As part of the latest developments, DIVE+ is also integrated in the CLARIAH

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Relation Extraction at Collective Intelligence 2017

We are happy to announce that our project exploring relation extraction from natural language has 2 extended abstracts accepted at the Collective Intelligence conference this summer! Here are the papers: Crowdsourcing Ambiguity-Aware Ground Truth: we apply the CrowdTruth methodology to

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Big Data Europe Youtube channel

For those curious about the Big Data Europe technology stack and who rather view videos than read descriptions and documentation, we have started a youtube video channel where BDE researchers explain the how, why and what of the BDE stack.

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Paper Accepted at IFIPTM 2017

Our paper “Social Network Analysis for Trust Prediction” by Davide Ceolin and Simone Potenza of KonnketID has been accepted at the IFIP Trust Management Conference 2017. This paper is the result of a Network Institute Voucher to establish a collaboration

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Linkflows Kick-off meeting

On February 24th 2017 the Kick-off meeting for the Linkflows project took place. The meeting was hosted by Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. During this meeting, the partners involved in the project were introduced. Linkflows is an innovation PhD project with two external contributors that

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Narrativizing disruption with DIVE+

On the 10th of March “Narrativizing disruption”, a DIVE+ centered CLARIAH-funded research pilot, was presented at the CLARIAH toog day. The pilot (2017-2018) focuses on the question how exploratory search can support media researchers interpret disruptive media events as lucid narratives. Disruptive

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ControCurator paper on Understanding Controversy accepted at Collective Intelligence

Our ControCurator paper abstract titled “ControCurator: Understanding Controversy Using Collective Intelligence” has been accepted at Collective Intelligence 2017. In this paper we describe the aspects of controversy: the time-persistence, emotion, multiple actors, polarity and openness. Using crowdsourcing, the ControCurator dataset

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DIVE+ at Cross Media Café: Uit het Lab

On 7th of March the DIVE+ project was presented at Cross Media Café: Uit het Lab. DIVE+ is result of a true inter-disciplinary collaboration between computer scientists, humanities scholars, cultural heritage professionals and interaction designers. In this project, we use

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