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Feeding a Finch with social media: A bird that responds to tweets!

James Sutton, David Bell, Stanislao Lauria
2013 unpublished
This paper presents the design and implementation of a system to allow the control of robots or other systems using natural language and social networks.  ...  Published by BISL. 1 Proceedings of The 27th International British Computer Society Human Computer Interaction Conference: The Internet of things Feeding a Finch with social media: A bird that responds  ...  ARCHITECTURE The process ( Figure 1 ) shows a Tweet received from a user over Twitter; the next step is to translate the message of the Tweet into code that can control the Finch robot.  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/hci2013.26 fatcat:abm4ccfmhnclbdbcv6angeludu

Microblogging as a mechanism for human–robot interaction

David Bell, Theodora Koulouri, Stanislao Lauria, Robert D. Macredie, James Sutton
2014 Knowledge-Based Systems  
This paper presents a novel approach to social data analysis, exploring the use of microblogging to manage interaction between humans and robots, and presenting and evaluating an architecture that extends  ...  The analysis demonstrates the feasibility of producing programmes from the social media data which lead to executable actions by a front-end application -an approach of immediate relevance to web-based  ...  The process (depicted in Fig. 1 ) begins with a tweet being received from a user (or the robot) over Twitter; the next step is to translate the tweet into a form of code that can control the Finch robot  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.knosys.2014.05.009 fatcat:dq45u3byvffcxitbrctnobg3qq

Poster Abstracts

2014 Integrative and Comparative Biology  
For example, the use of song by male passerine birds changes across season in accordance with reproductive state.  ...  Characterization of vocal behavior across seasons and between sexes contributes to a greater understanding of context−dependent social behavior.  ...  Birds responded by moving their head, or gulping at the air, and responded significantly different to the three deployments, suggesting that that they possess a widely tuned sense of smell.  ... 
doi:10.1093/icb/icu009 fatcat:bwtfvcxovnfbtaglzx7irgcu7m

Cross-Media Keyphrase Prediction: A Unified Framework with Multi-Modality Multi-Head Attention and Image Wordings

Yue Wang, Jing Li, Michael Lyu, Irwin King
2020 Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP)   unpublished
To better align social media style texts and images, we propose: (1) a novel Multi-Modality Multi-Head Attention (M 3 H-Att) to capture the intricate cross-media interactions; (2) image wordings, in forms  ...  Social media produces large amounts of contents every day. To help users quickly capture what they need, keyphrase prediction is receiving a growing attention.  ...  To that end, extensive efforts have been made to social media keyphrase prediction 2 -aiming to produce a sequence of words that reflect a post's key concern.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/2020.emnlp-main.268 fatcat:qhizild5rbdybgswejsrfdqjka

VIHAR 2017 proceedings [article]

Ricard Marxer
2019 Figshare  
Therefore, the research suggests that the dog is able to recognize and respond to human social cues from a nonhuman agent.  ...  when a bird or insect catches their attention (by making a sound) and the cat becomes riveted to the prey, and starts to chirp, tweet and chatter: i. ii. chirp: voiced short calls said to be mimicking  ...  The research reported here attempts to bridge the gap by collating and analysing a large corpus of robot, alien and cartoon voices with a view to understanding the relationship between particular vocal  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.9905033.v1 fatcat:5vt2gm36qbaa5knq7o67ky5mmi

The Impact of Social Media on Travel Industry: The case of selected tour operators in Addis Ababa

Nuredin Nasser
This thesis entitled "the impact of social media to attract customer" aim to assess the role social media plays in promoting tourism industry in Ethiopia.  ...  It has the objective of assessing the impact of social media to attract tourists in Ethiopia and forward possible ways to promote the Ethiopian tourism sector using internet and social media.  ...  Specifically on Twitter, there is an option to include your tweets to a specified subject by using a hashtag that Twitter refers as "the theme for your tweet".  ... 
doi:10.20372/nadre/17240 fatcat:gpytrpjlfjcphkuytreiujqblu

Research Encounters via Architecture's Methods [article]

AHRA PhD Student Symposium
How then might weconsider our encounters with architectural researchin a way that links to our own ways of working andconception of the wider world?  ...  It is such re-thinkingthat, as this symposium proposes, opens thepossibility for architectural research to be situatedas a core research discipline.  ...  Author's address Irini Barbero Acknowledgements With thanks to Professor Mark Dorrian and Adrian Hawker for their support, insights and encouragement.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.16601423.v2 fatcat:c72eioxtenbv5eqt6wbrxyqcge

News media representation of public environmental litigation during environmental conflict : coal, coral and courtrooms

CA Nixon
The study found a changing relationship over time, with PEL destabilising mediatized environmental conflict.  ...  News media coverage of PEL provides a visible stage for legal discourse to influence 'mediatized environmental conflict' (Hutchins and Lester 2015).  ...  The finch was depicted at close range as an isolated bird or in a pair within their natural environment. Examples are shown in Figure 6 .14.  ... 
doi:10.25959/100.00034067 fatcat:l24yhzcwdbajpc6sfepjoyg4z4

Surveillance privacy and technology: contemporary Irish perspectives [chapter]

Kenny Doyle
2013 Internet research, theory, and practice: perspectives from Ireland  
It is unclear however exactly how much citizens know about these practices and how they negotiate with and respond to surveillance systems which have become integrated into the everyday lived experience  ...  As well as exploring the level of knowledge regarding surveillance and privacy, a further aim to uncover any discursive repertoires used to describe how participants understand and interact with systems  ...  tweeting on my behalf because I couldn't use it, so a friend of mine I got him to put up a few messages a few tweets but I didn't have too many followers and I didn't follow too many people and I didn't  ... 
doi:10.14705/rpnet.2013.000091 fatcat:3iv3nxvcqjaotemeq6mtwjuwsa

Copyright And Cultural Memory: Digital Conference Proceedings

Ronan Deazley, Andrea Wallace
2017 Zenodo  
Afterwards, keynote speak-er Simon Tanner (King's College London) responded to the research.  ...  This working paper captures those presentations, along with the panel discussion and question and answer session that followed, in a citable format.  ...  Social media, online use, using data -how do we phrase information in a way that is a little bit more comprehensive for the people who are trying to access and use the works?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.345968 fatcat:heslhywbangyddapsytxthhixu

Copyright And Cultural Memory: Digital Conference Proceedings

Ronan Deazley, Andrea Wallace, Victoria Stobo, Megan Blakely, Simon Tanner, Kerry Patterson
2017 Zenodo  
Social media, online use, using data -how do we phrase information in a way that is a little bit more comprehensive for the people who are trying to access and use the works?  ...  It's one of the 'top ten things to do' and that's based on its social media profile and on all of the stuff it does online and the fact that it is very, very present in that digital space.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.345342 fatcat:uh5jbsksvjd3rawt6bp6vg33vy

Recent Dickens studies

1987 Critical Quarterly  
This article surveys Dickens scholarship in 2015, with attention to more than 170 monographs, collections, book chapters, and journal essays.  ...  textual patterns respond to the patterns of a reader's own attention" (261).  ...  of misfortune" to a broader social critique that shows readers the need for social change (368).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8705.1987.tb00094.x fatcat:ewf2xgmjobee7l2vtzu3ledbfi

Celebrity, Persuasion and Social Media: Digital Influencers' use of Instagram Strategies to Increase Follower Loyalty

Sarah Bartfeld
Submitted in total fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy to the School of Humanities and Social Science, College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce, La Trobe University  ...  to assist them with their social media accounts that some see as a full time job.  ...  researchers to understand the types of content that followers of digital influencers are responding to on social media platforms such as Instagram in order to determine how to best build a loyal following  ... 
doi:10.26181/60502a58e19f1 fatcat:ks4ous5m5bezxcpwia4bbplqby

Narrative Mechanics: Strategies and Meanings in Games and Real Life [article]

Beat Suter, René Bauer, Mela Kocher, Et Al.
2021 Zenodo  
It shows that the narrative mechanics so clearly identifiable in games are increasingly used (and abused) in politics and social life. They have »many faces«, displays and interfaces.  ...  They occur as texts, recipes, stories, dramas in three acts, movies, videos, tweets, journeys of heroes, but also as rewarding stories in games and as narratives in society – such as a career from rags  ...  The members of such a system and society, however, think in terms of "stories" and "histories". They deal with texts, facts, stories in conversation, in traditional media as well as social media.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5821920 fatcat:t3hd6qe2prc4rfstaepnrwssbi

Cites & Insights Crawford at Large Libraries • Policy • Technology • Media The Rapid Rout of RWA

Walt Policy
2012 Number   unpublished
I mean, really: Responding to a legitimate question with "Dear Ms. Rogers, I am sorry that you were having such a bad day when you responded to my email"?  ...  You are being soundly trounced on opinion-forming online social media by voices you can't shut down owing to their pseudonymity.  ... 
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