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Predicting Tomorrow's Headline using Today's Twitter Deliberations [article]

Roshni Chakraborty, Abhijeet Kharat, Apalak Khatua, Sourav Kumar Dandapat, Joydeep Chandra
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In short, we are predicting tomorrow's headline by probing today's Twitter discussion.  ...  Hence, we consider the social media data, from the Twitter platform, to address this research gap.  ...  Another set of studies also considered the linguistic attributes of an article [11, 13] or the Predicting Tomorrow's Headline using Today's Twitter Deliberations WOODSTOCK'18, June, 2018, El Paso, Texas  ... 
arXiv:1901.09334v1 fatcat:bbmjdo4oqnhl5eazxdwfm7ym3m

6th International Workshop on News Recommendation and Analytics (INRA 2018)

Özlem Özgöbek, Benjamin Kille, Jon Atle Gulla, Martha A. Larson, Andreas Lommatzsch
2018 International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management  
Predicting Tomorrow's Headline using Today's Twitter Deliberations.  ...  To connect consumers with content in the face of this challenge, automatic systems are used to filter information thus facilitating information access.  ... 
dblp:conf/cikm/OzgobekKGLL18 fatcat:2yciqmv2qbfslnvlnussflrl6i

Using the president's tweets to understand political diversion in the age of social media

Stephan Lewandowsky, Michael Jetter, Ullrich K. H. Ecker
2020 Nature Communications  
Using the president as a case study, we present evidence suggesting that President Trump's use of Twitter diverts crucial media (The New York Times and ABC News) from topics that are potentially harmful  ...  President Trump's reliance on Twitter is unprecedented, but the underlying implications for agenda setting are poorly understood.  ...  Table 3 shows the results of a model predicting diversionary tweets using the same three Twitter keywords but NYT coverage of Brexit as a predictor (using 24 days of lagged variables as suggested by an  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41467-020-19644-6 pmid:33173060 fatcat:cxwb46kpnbdcrkikieuk35cxvy

The Transference and the Case of Sacco and Vanzetti

Michael Mayo
2020 Open Library of Humanities  
Millay's poem was thus a rather literal attempt to 'write justice' where readers would expect to find it, a moment of tomorrow's predicted doom mixed with this morning's news.  ...  A front-page headline in the New York Times of 25 August 1927 read: 'PARIS POLICE CRUSH NEW RED OUTBREAK; RIOTS IN PROVINCES; Damage 4,000,000 Francs.' 3 A front-page headline in the New York Times of  ... 
doi:10.16995/olh.486 fatcat:y7kc6co5bzhvhbbkfdmfsh6q3y

Social media and news media: Building new publics or fragmenting audiences? [chapter]

Kathryn Bowd
2016 Making Publics, Making Places  
Participant permission has been granted for the use of images in this publication.  ...  Predictive uses of data in the interests of greater energy or business efficiencies limit individual agency for some subjects of the IoT.  ...  Despite the variety of projects investigating the use of Twitter as a way to engage with television programs, research into the audience's use of actors' twitter handles is noticeably absent from the literature  ... 
doi:10.20851/publics-08 fatcat:rahwycul35e6rdw75j2nn4taie

Free Speech, Rational Deliberation, and some Truths about Lies

Alan K. Chen
2020 Social Science Research Network  
fake news to undermine two core functions of the freedom of speech-promoting democracy and facilitating the search for "truth," as well as the corollary that to be valuable, speech must promote rational deliberation  ...  Scott Shane, From Headline to Photograph, a Fake News Masterpiece, N.Y.  ...  It uses fake news as a vehicle for exploring the limits of rational deliberation as an organizing principle for free speech law.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3548266 fatcat:laldmwqd3rchfd4m66hejjvpg4

Envisioning Tomorrow's Earth (during a Rather Different Yesterday): Some Highlights of the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting

Ava English, Jessica Scarfuto, Emma Stogsdill, Sarah Allen, Margaret Preigh, Barbara Gastel
2020 Science Editor  
I have used social media (particularly Twitter) to fi ll this massive void.  ...  An AI system could never accurately predict the headline "A Fleet of M&M-Shooting Drones Is the Black-Footed Ferret's Last Hope" because M&Ms, drones, and ferrets are not commonly associated.  ...  My goal is to provide each Science Editor reader with at least one useful resource as we strive to continue publishing quality and timely information despite our current situation.  ... 
doi:10.36591/se-d-4302-45 fatcat:aqeawc4hvvedxouhswftjqvgca

Effective writing skills for Public Relations

John Foster
2008 Zenodo  
Today's rules and uses quickly become outdated, but this book captures English as it should be used now.  ...  The tracking of a developing language that is rich, diverse, and constantly evolving in use and meaning is not an easy task.  ...  Important points will lead to headlines, but be on your guard against leaks. (A deliberate leak can often help to spark interest.)  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5345141 fatcat:hd4nud5fyrg7rk3l36nrzbwrgi

Digital Objects, Digital Subjects: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Capitalism, Labour and Politics in the Age of Big Data

Antal Wozniak
2019 European Journal of Communication  
Predicting Political Orientation and Measuring Political Homophily in Twitter Using Big Data. ' Journal of Communication 64 (2): 317-32.  ...  Big Data is also used for understanding and predicting the development of financial markets.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0267323119873743 fatcat:aofc4pbkljckfc6i52jecqv5pi

Human Gene Editing Research: Is the Future Here Yet?

Nancy M.P. King
2019 Social Science Research Network  
utm_content=buffer3335a&utm_medium= social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=twitter_organic []. 86.  ...  Both the treatment-oriented headline and the very preliminary public announcement about this research demonstrate current overexcitement about CRISPR's potential.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3390445 fatcat:knh2criwwzgozgczjdxyvinvsq

Parameters Summer 2022

2022 Parameters  
By contrast, Ukrainians have fought an existential war, making good use of dispersed light infantry tactics with high motivation levels.  ...  In "Tomorrow's Wars and the Media," Alexander Lovelace uses military history to offer practical guidelines for how the press can be used successfully by military leaders in future conflicts.  ...  It only means that if it occurs it will result from a process not entirely foreseen, from reactions that are not fully predictable, from decisions that are not wholly deliberate, from events that are not  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3147 fatcat:qbyam2jbwjbe7lwo2eteqmwwqy

The Failure of Democratic Nation Building [chapter]

2019 The Statesman's Yearbook Companion  
They are clearest in the US official use of Twitter. Twitter Twitter swept to prominence in 2008. The micro-blogging site seemed to offer an ideal technology for engaging foreign audiences.  ...  Each of those writers might then receive an email saying 'Ambassador X or US embassy Y is now following you on Twitter'.  ... 
doi:10.1057/978-1-349-95839-9_1533 fatcat:napgfmamaverfbdzt63lqualba

The Popular Image of North Africa and the Middle East [chapter]

2019 The Statesman's Yearbook Companion  
They are clearest in the US official use of Twitter. Twitter Twitter swept to prominence in 2008. The micro-blogging site seemed to offer an ideal technology for engaging foreign audiences.  ...  Each of those writers might then receive an email saying 'Ambassador X or US embassy Y is now following you on Twitter'.  ... 
doi:10.1057/978-1-349-95839-9_1537 fatcat:kgyfv2dzynhbdb5ctmnefez7ya

Begone, Euclid! Leasing Custom and Zoning Provision to Meet Flash Mobs, 3-D Printing, Incubator Stalls and Novel Retail Mayhem in Thriving Urban Centers

Michael N. Widener
2014 Social Science Research Network  
These occupancy agreements deliberately should be brief, to cause a constant flow of new merchandise "slotted" in the space.  ...  Fowler, SXSW First Look: Store Shelves That //; ShelfX Facial Recognition Fridge Charges Shoppers for What They Take, PRWEB (Apr. 21, 2013),  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2400725 fatcat:qsjhdoml7fgabd2cj7zdgmttvm

Documenting the Inevitable: Voting behaviour at the 2013 Australian election [chapter]

Clive Bean, Ian McAllister
2015 Abbott's Gambit: The 2013 Australian Federal Election  
This is most obvious in relation to Galaxy, with its use of mixed modes, and Morgan, which compounded the mystery surrounding its use of mixed modes by using its final poll to predict the outcomes in every  ...  As one headline proclaimed, 'It's the pop star v the pragmatist' (Dusevic 2013).  ...  The giant ballot papers and strange preference deals were a deliberate strategy by minor and 'micro' parties to try and win election to the Senate.  ... 
doi:10.22459/ag.01.2015.24 fatcat:ljqjf4j5tbg3hktliq3zhw35pe
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