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Knowledge discovery over community-sharing media: From signal to intelligence

Winston Hsu, Tao Mei, Rong Yan
2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo  
Besides plain visual or audio signals, such large-scale media are augmented with rich context such as user-provided tags, geolocations, time, device metadata, and so on, benefiting a wide variety of potential  ...  The explosive growth of photos/videos and the advent of mediasharing services have drastically increased the volume of usercontributed multimedia resources, which bring profound social impacts to the society  ...  INTRODUCTION The prevalence of capture devices and growing practice of media sharing in community-contributed multimedia sites like Flickr [1] and YouTube [2] have brought profound social impact to  ... 
doi:10.1109/icme.2009.5202775 dblp:conf/icmcs/HsuMY09 fatcat:nzblrwkfjfdcvfhlc65pvkotbi

Media Lifecycle and Content Analysis in Social Media Communities

Lexing Xie, Hari Sundaram
2012 2012 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo  
This paper examines the role of content analysis in media-rich online communities.  ...  We then propose an updated conceptual summary of media lifecycle from a previous research column [6] by Chang.  ...  We refer the reader to a number of excellent surveys in content analysis [27, 8] , knowledge discovery from community centric media [14] , and social signal processing [30] instead.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icme.2012.138 dblp:conf/icmcs/XieS12 fatcat:3wqz3b3tgzfoloki2wrupvaz3m

Introducing Social Media Intelligence (SOCMINT)

David Omand, Jamie Bartlett, Carl Miller
2012 Intelligence and national security  
Social Media Intelligence through other means, ranging from fully open sources to information freely volunteered from within the community.  ...  Faloutsos, 'Graph Evolution: Densification and Shrinking Diameters', ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data 1/1 (2007)*jure/pubs/powergrowth-tkdd.pdf4 (accessed 16 April 2012  ... 
doi:10.1080/02684527.2012.716965 fatcat:4chvwcut75gvhad4fhg7cy5hvu

Social media security and trustworthiness: Overview and new direction

Zhiyong Zhang, Brij B. Gupta
2018 Future generations computer systems  
open problems and challenges are also presented in the survey. a b s t r a c t The emerging social media with inherent capabilities seems to be gaining edge over comprehensiveness, diversity and wisdom  ...  of attacks as well as related intelligence applications.  ...  Acknowledgments We give thanks to the reviewers and editor for their valuable comments, questions, and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.future.2016.10.007 fatcat:jn7222u73fctncxcdsasi7umbq

Normative Media Research

Lars Nyre
2009 Nordicom Review  
The first part is a history of normativity in modern American and European social science from the 1920s onwards, with a focus on media studies.  ...  More democratic participation in mass media is the issue that most urgently needs to be resolved, and in Part II I will point out a possible strategy of reformation in the field.  ...  In the second part, I will argue that we have a moral duty to use our knowledge in an attempt to improve public communication.  ... 
doi:10.1515/nor-2017-0148 fatcat:oi5sya76e5avlk27j7pw77vy4e

Experiential Media and Digital Culture

Thanassis Rikakis, Aisling Kelliher, Nicole Lehrer
2013 Computer  
From this perspective, utilitarian, social and communication, structured learning, and contemplative experiences contribute to developing an integrative body of knowledge and values.  ...  As such, understanding and tackling them requires exploring culture as an integration of knowledge and values arising from the diverse experiences of its constituents.  ...  The computational complexity and intelligence of these systems is growing to the point that adaptive models can now allow traffic signals to partially self-organize. 2 These systems learn from users  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2012.391 fatcat:xnhhjf435bd47mtlcoss4ajeq4

#FoundThem–21st Century pre-search and post-detection seti protocols for social and digital media

Duncan Forgan, Alexander Scholz
2016 Acta Astronautica  
of extraterrestrial intelligence, but do not give guidance as to how scientists should prepare to navigate this media maelstrom.  ...  It is our belief that such protocols are necessary if there is to be a well-informed, sane global conversation amongst the world's citizens following the discovery of intelligent life beyond the Earth.  ...  The authors are grateful to the UKSRN members for their insightful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.actaastro.2016.05.008 fatcat:gh3evjr535gpzlhgcx3lqzweoa

Media News

Joe Connor
1983 Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology  
Coded message image or voice sent by radio signals or through cables from person to person.  ...  NOTES Media News Continued from page 2 sophisticated space research applications center at Ahmedabad.  ...  Media News Continued from page 8 that our awards are gaining recognition as a sign of quality in Canadian educational media productions.  ... 
doi:10.21432/cjlt27687 doaj:1c560097ceb244958521aab39540aa26 fatcat:ay3bpjdgmzeoxeudhtzvn2eybu

Context Aware Location Identification in Social Media Environment

2015 International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)  
The explosive growth of photos/videos and the advent of media sharing services have drastically increased the volume of user contributed multimedia resources, which bring profound social impacts to the  ...  Besides plain visual or audio signals, such large-scale media are augmented with rich context such as user-provided tags, geolocations, time, device metadata, and so on, benefiting a wide variety of potential  ...  Introduction The prevalence of capture devices and growing practice of media sharing in community-contributed multimedia sites like Flickr [1] and YouTube [2] have brought profound social impact to  ... 
doi:10.21275/v4i11.nov151065 fatcat:74uzbph3jvb7za4u6fqx4ckrqi

Collaborative media streaming

Verena Kahmann, Lars Wolf, Jörg Ott
2009 ACM SIGMultimedia Records  
A server sends media data in a continuous fashion to one or several clients, which consume data portions as soon as they arrive, mostly displaying them also.  ...  An enhancement of such streaming services is to watch those movies together with a group of people on several devices in parallel, independent from the location of the other group members.  ...  In contrast to unrelated groups of mass media distribution, they share the common interest of discussing the content of the presentation or gaining knowledge from it.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1662529.1662535 fatcat:omijwpz65fcvfboxvxwntpsija

Managing knowledge through social media

Robert Crammond, Kingsley Obi Omeihe, Alan Murray, Kirstin Ledger
2018 Baltic Journal of Management  
Our discovery is that social media, when applied to KM, provides real entrepreneurial value.  ...  Related aspects, such as social media intelligence, can be used to link social media data towards strategic decisions and productivity.  ...  SMU within the business. • Once the model has been operationalised the priority is to secure and retain market share.  ... 
doi:10.1108/bjm-05-2017-0133 fatcat:aj3p2kijjvb5hczmel2sbxklla

Visible and Invisible Bias via Media

Barrington Nevitt
1981 Canadian Journal of Communication  
Explores the relative powers of communication media and their programs to influence human thought and action in differing cultural contexts.  ...  Aphorisms, representing a knowledge broken, do invite men to inquire farther; whereas Methods, carrying the show of a total, do secure men, as if they were at farthest.  ...  When television began to take over from print and radio, McLuhan was the first to recognize its new and distinctive psychic and social consequences: The new media and technologies by which we amplify and  ... 
doi:10.22230/cjc.1981v7n3a254 fatcat:en7lnh6rpbg5jncvzsxsltd7aq


NIK ZULKARNAEN Khidzir, Ahamad Tarmizi Azizan, Khairul Azhar Mat Daud, Ahmad Rasdan Ismail
2014 International Journal of Creative Future and Heritage (TENIAT)  
The critical review on relatedliterature leads to five categories of digital media based on their forms, abilities (Investigational,Experimental, Communicative, Composite, and Intelligent) and highlights  ...  The development of digital media creates several opportunities to the contentcreator in terms of their creativity, freedom and flexibility to interact with digital media.  ...  Review the evolution of digital media could provide facts and historical evidences on how media digital evolved from Investigational form to Intelligent form leading to the classification of 5 Digital  ... 
doi:10.47252/teniat.v2i1.229 fatcat:xl2y2ycfvfccro222mxgttmnti

Media and Communications [chapter]

John Durham, Jefferson D. Pooley
2012 The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Sociology  
Of all the social sciences, sociology has the most distinguished record of contributions to the study of media and communications.  ...  And in the transition to digital encoding of all content, media are increasingly inseparable from communications.  ...  Just as broadcasting and telephony have switched media (from air to wires), perhaps the richer nations of the planet are in the middle of a great communications switch: in face-to-face talk intimates broadcast  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781444347388.ch22 fatcat:qbua7tdcrjdilar4kl727ruuju

The Scientific-Technical and Media-related Future of Man and the World

Nenad Vertovšek, Ivana Greguric
2019 In Medias Res  
The technological and biological reality of the upcoming era cannot be viewed as separated from all the sociological, psychological, and media aspects of the society and the individual.  ...  We are approaching a great "tipping point" in which human life and the possible coexistence of artificial and natural intelligence will be tested and one can only speculate on the media picture of such  ...  If machines are more intelligent than their makers, what's to stop them taking over?"  ... 
doaj:2299b9f9728b4a11beadc9260d81919f fatcat:k5kun7frr5ga7nderydhc7dsam
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