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A case study of trust issues in scientific video collections

Emma Beauxis-Aussalet, Elvira Arslanova, Lynda Hardman, Jacco Van Ossenbruggen
2013 Proceedings of the 2nd ACM international workshop on Multimedia analysis for ecological data - MAED '13  
Our video analysis tool supports the key task of counting different species of fish, allowing marine biologists to query the video collection without watching the videos.  ...  We conducted two user studies to design a user interface that includes data provenance information.  ...  Our insights are relevant for solving trust issues encountered with similar video analysis tools delivering provenance information for scientific video collections in fields.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2509896.2509907 dblp:conf/mm/Beauxis-Aussalet13a fatcat:kesupljbhbestnpmozla53f56m

Innovative sensors for crowdsourced river measurements collectio

M. Krommyda, V. Tsiakos, A. Rigos, A. Tsertou, A. Amditis, H. Georgiou, A. Jonoski, I. Popescu, T. Assumpcao
2019 Zenodo  
Each extracted measurement is accompanied by a degree of trust. The tools have been designed so that a high degree of trust can be achieved from images and videos taken from regular smartphones.  ...  The Water Velocity Calculation Tool uses video processing algorithms to extract the water surface velocity from a video containing a pre-defined floating object moving on the surface of a water body.  ...  of time from expensive and hard to maintain in-situ sensors available in the case study areas.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3524408 fatcat:lu3t7yd4ynadro56sgzdhircnm

Exploring the prosociality domains of trust and cooperation, through single and cooperative digital gameplay in Path of Trust

Konstantinos Cornelis Apostolakis, Athanasios Psaltis, Kiriakos Stefanidis, Kyriaki Kaza, Spyridon Thermos, Kosmas Dimitropoulos, Evangelia Dimaraki, Petros Daras
2016 International Journal of Serious Games  
Amidst an ongoing debate surrounding the traditional dichotomy of whether video games are good or bad for children, in this paper we present Path of Trust, a novel, prosocial game that aims at helping  ...  We conducted two separate studies to test our game's modeling of prosocial behavior, which demonstrate the potential of the game as a tool for teaching important prosocial behavior to children.  ...  The authors would like to thank all educational staff for their assistance and cooperation during the user studies.  ... 
doi:10.17083/ijsg.v3i3.125 fatcat:4vkm7xqu55fgtg477h3dtsd4sq

Teaching science at the university level: What about the ethics?

Penny J. Gilmer
1995 Science and Engineering Ethics  
Ethics in science is integrated into an intevdisciplinary science  ...  I appreciate the reviewers' and editor's suggestions of additional issues to include in this manuscript.  ...  Funding from both Florida State University and the National Science Foundation (CHE-9000852 for a supplement from the Ethics and Values Studies Program to a Research Experiences for Undergraduates grant  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02584074 fatcat:mnbb7hw5pzdlbe7gcvyrnwhssq

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate: how teenagers justified their decision

Mats Lundström, Margareta Ekborg, Malin Ideland
2012 Cultural Studies of Science Education  
How do the teenagers construct their identities while talking about a specific socio-scientific issue? Seven teenagers between 17 and 19 years of age participated in the study.  ...  This article reports on a study of how teenagers made their decision on whether or not to vaccinate themselves against the new influenza.  ...  This study does not claim that the interpretative repertoires found in this study are the only ones possible in a study on a socio-scientific issue concerning health.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11422-012-9384-4 fatcat:l2kpp4wncfgbbjngrc2kzdkyfe

Would You Share This Video?: Factors Influencing Willingness to Share Online Health Misinformation (Preprint)

Alla Keselman, Catherine Arnott Smith, Gondy Leroy, David R. Kaufman
2021 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Of the two, information literacy holds a greater promise as an intervention target. Understanding the role of different kinds of trust in information sharing merits further research.  ...  , and trust in health authority.  ...  The authors are also thankful to the Network of the National Library of Medicine for helping with inviting participants to the study.  ... 
doi:10.2196/30323 pmid:34889750 pmcid:PMC8704117 fatcat:v6hlbqciczbu7fjnxia6gvwqy4

Why Are Scientific Experts Perceived as Trustworthy? Emotional Assessment within TV and YouTube Videos

Anne Reif, Tim Kneisel, Markus Schäfer, Monika Taddicken
2020 Media and Communication  
Thus, this study aims to extend trust and trustworthiness research to consider the role of emotion in science communication in the context of emerging online video content.  ...  YouTube video) on all dimensions of perceived trustworthiness of scientific experts.  ...  Furthermore, we thank the two anonymous reviewers for their constructive feedback on a previous version of the article.  ... 
doi:10.17645/mac.v8i1.2536 fatcat:xcjtcjw42jbqxlw5yx6yjeqhha

Reusing Data Technical and Ethical Challenges

Juan-José Boté, Miquel Termens
2019 DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology  
This paper offers a review of the literature that addresses data reuse in terms of technical, ethical-related issues.  ...  Interdisciplinarity may entail barriers for researchers to reuse data, such as a lack of skills to manipulate data, given that each discipline generates different types of data in different technical formats  ...  For example, in the field of health, it was found that video datasets were not published or linked to scientific papers, and most of the studies analysed could not be reproduced 40 .  ... 
doi:10.14429/djlit.39.06.14807 fatcat:xcp4wmupxjc6hef2mnsukpocbq

Does Visualization Affect Perceptions of Ethically Complex Policy Decisions: An Experimental Study

Deirdre Hahn, Rick Shangraw, Mark Keith, David Coursey
2007 2007 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'07)  
Visualization as a communication medium is an important factor when considering how individuals are influenced in a decision about a complex policy issue.  ...  Preliminary results indicate visualization environments are better than print media in communicating risks; older or more educated participants are less likely to approve scientific studies involving human  ...  In this case, older participants were less likely to approve the scientific studies involving human subjects.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2007.185 dblp:conf/hicss/HahnSKC07 fatcat:bhkthumnhrhd5iv2lxg5nlfxsu

Secure Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks: A Survey

Luigi Alfredo Grieco, Gennaro Boggia, Sabrina Sicari, Pietro Colombo
2009 2009 Third International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies  
In order to provide a unifying synthesis on the last achievements, this survey summarizes the main findings on secure WMSNs proposed in the literature and forecasts future perspectives of such a technology  ...  In order to ensure a broad deployment of such innovative services, strict requirements on security, privacy, and distributed processing of multimedia contents should be satisfied, taking also into account  ...  The study of integrated theoretical solutions, as well as the development of HW/SW platforms supporting those, represents a great challenge for the scientific community.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ubicomm.2009.27 fatcat:ut62puz7pjfh3ccq2yud7x5jmi

New strategies for increasing participation of patients from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds in clinical trials

Laura Palazzani, Fabio Macioce, Margherita Daverio, Valeria Ferro, Loredana Persampieri
2019 Zenodo  
of pregnant women in clinical research.  ...  Consent procedures tailored to local cultural patterns with a focus on the use of new technologies are discussed.  ...  seek interaction with researchers in case of insufficient understanding of the study evolution.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3753926 fatcat:2wq2d5odczh7vnvcl6oneakaii

Fueling AI with public displays?

Simo Hosio, Andy Alorwu, Niels van Berkel, Miguel Bordallo López, Mahalakshmy Seetharaman, Jonas Oppenlaender, Jorge Goncalves
2019 Proceedings of the 8th ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays - PerDis '19  
During 61 days of deployment time, we collected 199 selfie videos, cost-efficiently and with consent to leverage the videos in any non-profit research. 78 of the videos also had metadata attached to them  ...  Our study paves the Permission to make digital way forward toward a future where volunteers can ethically help advance innovations in computer vision research across a variety of exciting application domains  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was funded partially by the Australian Government through the Australian Research Council (project code DP190102627) and The Melbourne School of Engineering's Visiting Fellows  ... 
doi:10.1145/3321335.3324943 dblp:conf/perdis/HosioABLSOG19 fatcat:72gllw6brnb5vmu25xds4oktai

Digital Community Social Capital (Case Study on Increasing the Popularity of Millennial Youtubers in Makassar City)

Andry Wijaya, Suparman Abdullah, Rahmad Muhammad
2021 Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study  
The results of the study show that trust social capital is widely used by youtubers to increase their popularity, in this case increasing the number of subscribers and viewers on their youtube channel.  ...  This study uses a qualitative approach, with informants namely millennial youtubers who live in the city of Makassar.  ...  Acknowledgment The completion of the writing of this scientific paper was due to the assistance from various parties, especially the researchers addressed to both parents, in addition to the assistance  ... 
doi:10.47616/jamrsss.v2i2.155 fatcat:4q65ryzxcbbt3lhm6ovhzd7wpm

Public engagement with health data governance: the role of visuality

Joanna Sleigh, Effy Vayena
2021 Humanities and Social Sciences Communications  
AbstractOver the last years, public engagement has become a topic of scholarly and policy debate particularly in biomedicine, a field that increasingly centres around collecting, sharing and analysing  ...  For health research initiatives, this provides a way to cultivate cooperation and build public trust.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Shannon Hubbs for her proofreading of the article. Competing interests The authors declare no competing interests.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41599-021-00826-6 fatcat:3igir2pctfg6tk4ddivgjo2q3m

Environmental Science Communication for a Young Audience: A Case Study on the #EarthOvershootDay Campaign on YouTube

Lena Kaul, Philipp Schrögel, Christian Humm
2020 Frontiers in Communication  
This case study looks at three videos from the campaign #EarthOvershootDay on YouTube by the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) Germany and the educational initiative MESH Collective.  ...  Besides the analysis of the videos, the study is corroborated by interviews with the producers and a comment analysis in order to include the perspective of the viewers.  ...  Case Study Video Material This is a provisional file, not the final typeset article In this case study a concrete example of the cooperation with influencers is examined: The video campaign #EarthOvershootDay  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomm.2020.601177 fatcat:iyk2kk7ofrhrlk55wjdse27y3m
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