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What your Facebook Profile Picture Reveals about your Personality

Cristina Segalin, Fabio Celli, Luca Polonio, Michal Kosinski, David Stillwell, Nicu Sebe, Marco Cristani, Bruno Lepri
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM on Multimedia Conference - MM '17  
We analyze the effectiveness of four families of visual features and we discuss some human interpretable patterns that explain the personality traits of the individuals.  ...  Facebook and other social media provide a new forum for this fundamental process; hence, understanding people's behaviour on social media could provide interesting insights on their personality.  ...  a human and psychological point of view.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3123266.3123331 dblp:conf/mm/SegalinCPKSSCL17 fatcat:lyp3w664mfdytkt45qljfjquze

Classification Videos Reveal the Visual Information Driving Complex Real-World Speeded Decisions

Sepehr Jalali, Sian E Martin, Colm P Murphy, Joshua A Solomon, Kielan Yarrow
2018 Frontiers in Psychology  
Here, we explore the use of psychophysical classification-image techniques to reveal how participants interpret complex scenarios.  ...  Such decision-making improves with experience, as new sources of information are exploited.  ...  Previous research has revealed that elite athletes make use of visual information from their opponents' bodies in order to predict what will happen next, for example using the movement of a cricket bowler's  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02229 pmid:30524338 pmcid:PMC6256113 fatcat:uw66uv7gp5drdeo4aedfl5kh6m

Player-AI Interaction: What Neural Network Games Reveal About AI as Play [article]

Jichen Zhu, Jennifer Villareale, Nithesh Javvaji, Sebastian Risi, Mathias Löwe, Rush Weigelt, Casper Harteveld
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This paper argues that games are an ideal domain for studying and experimenting with how humans interact with AI.  ...  The advent of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) bring human-AI interaction to the forefront of HCI research.  ...  The authors would like to thank all past and current members of the project, especially Evan Freed and Anna Acosta for assistance in collecting initial data.  ... 
arXiv:2101.06220v2 fatcat:mloertsklresxak2z2fox6g3lq

RNAi screening reveals a large signaling network controlling the Golgi apparatus in human cells

Joanne Chia, Germaine Goh, Victor Racine, Susanne Ng, Pankaj Kumar, Frederic Bard
2012 Molecular Systems Biology  
As you will see from the reports below, the referees find the topic of your study of potential interest.  ...  While this is an interesting feature, it is also hard to really exploit as it may depend on gene knockdown efficiency as much as on the functional importance of the gene considered.  ... 
doi:10.1038/msb.2012.59 pmid:23212246 pmcid:PMC3542528 fatcat:x6qc62bmzfcplhbdjep6avyxna

Revealing deformation mechanisms with nanoindentation

D. Kiener, K. Durst, M. Rester, A. M. Minor
2009 JOM: The Member Journal of TMS  
This plot gives guidelines for recommended testing approaches.  ...  Defl ection mode images are particularly helpful when changes of the surface slope instead of the surface topography are of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11837-009-0036-4 fatcat:vblgmqvqgjezhhym7qs5esbg7i

Revealing Cumulative Risks in Online Personal Information: A Data Narrative Study [article]

Emma Nicol, Jo Briggs, Wendy Moncur, Amal Htait, Daniel Carey, Leif Azzopardi, Burkhard Schafer
2022 arXiv   pre-print
work on the use of sketching to support visual sense making in data narrative interviews.  ...  We touch on inequalities of privacy, freedom and legitimacy that exist for different groups with regard to what they make (or feel compelled to make) available online and we contribute to current methodological  ...  The study was approved by the Research Ethics Committee of DJCAD, University of Dundee.  ... 
arXiv:2204.01826v1 fatcat:hbewoma4d5afzby72lcymfu4ca

What demographic attributes do our digital footprints reveal? A systematic review

Joanne Hinds, Adam N. Joinson, David Garcia
2018 PLoS ONE  
To what extent does our online activity reveal who we are?  ...  Recent research has demonstrated that the digital traces left by individuals as they browse and interact with others online may reveal who they are and what their interests may be.  ...  This results in reciprocal self-disclosure, meaning that the content, sentiment etc. conveyed by an individual's friends, also becomes revealing of what an individual may be like.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0207112 pmid:30485305 pmcid:PMC6261568 fatcat:jo2ycsiit5a23drbbpytifn36q

Learning and Revealing the Thoughts of the Holy Scriptures through the Preachers as Perceived by Rev. Zygmunt Pilch (1888–1962)

Łukasz Bucki
2021 Poznańskie Studia Teologiczne  
Christ often made use of parables as the means of visual teaching, drawing images from everyday life. Devoted completely to preaching, Z.  ...  By reading the text, he looks for thoughts and meanings, wanting to capture the inner content of the text.  ...  In the Apocalypse, the last book, not only visual images of what is coming into the world are visible, but also the In his considerations on the disclosure of the thoughts of Sacred Scripture, Z.  ... 
doi:10.14746/pst.2020.37.05 fatcat:vrvqgneawjdfrdxcu6m54vkeve

Real-time cholesterol sorting in Plasmodium falciparum-erythrocytes as revealed by 3D label-free imaging

Eri H. Hayakawa, Kentaro Yamaguchi, Masahiro Mori, Glenn Nardone
2020 Scientific Reports  
Our imaging data suggest that a novel membrane transport system operates in the cytosol of P. falciparum-infected erythrocytes as a cholesterol import system, likely between the PVM and the erythrocyte  ...  membrane, and that this transportation process occurs during the live erythrocyte stages of P. falciparum.  ...  YongKeun Park, Biomedical Optics Laboratory at KAIST, for critical discussion and useful advice for the holotomographic imaging and manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-020-59552-9 pmid:32066816 fatcat:q66ombym2fau3i5e4fr5ilur7u

Super-resolution microscopy reveals functional organization of dopamine transporters into cholesterol and neuronal activity-dependent nanodomains

Troels Rahbek-Clemmensen, Matthew D. Lycas, Simon Erlendsson, Jacob Eriksen, Mia Apuschkin, Frederik Vilhardt, Trine N. Jørgensen, Freja H. Hansen, Ulrik Gether
2017 Nature Communications  
Acknowledgements We thank Anette Dencker Kaas for excellent technical assistance. We thank Dr. Amy H. Newman for providing JHC 1-64.  ...  Equivalent to what we observed for Dronpa-DAT, the STORM images revealed localizations that often formed irregular nanodomains that were not discernible in the TIRF-M images ( Fig. 2a-d) .  ...  MinPts was chosen based on an evaluation of number of points in smaller clusters in our images.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41467-017-00790-3 pmid:28963530 pmcid:PMC5622129 fatcat:ery4sp2oebh77d2t2qfznyfelm

Dynamics of fMRI patterns reflect sub-second activation sequences and reveal replay in human visual cortex

Lennart Wittkuhn, Nicolas W. Schuck
2021 Nature Communications  
Importantly, applied to resting-state data our method reveals fast replay of task-related stimuli in visual cortex.  ...  Probabilistic pattern classifiers were trained on activation patterns in visual and ventrotemporal cortex during individual image trials.  ...  This approach allows to better establish the provenance of data (i.e., a better understanding which code and input data produced which output data), loosely following the DataLad YODA principles (for details  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41467-021-21970-2 pmid:33741933 fatcat:c3ey6xj45bcafkg7dn43tqqtqa

High-resolution visualization of H3 variants during replication reveals their controlled recycling

Camille Clément, Guillermo A. Orsi, Alberto Gatto, Ekaterina Boyarchuk, Audrey Forest, Bassam Hajj, Judith Miné-Hattab, Mickaël Garnier, Zachary A. Gurard-Levin, Jean-Pierre Quivy, Geneviève Almouzni
2018 Nature Communications  
DNA replication is a challenge for the faithful transmission of parental information to daughter cells, as both DNA and chromatin organization must be duplicated.  ...  We discuss how faithful transmission of histone variants involves ASF1 and can be impacted by replication stress, with ensuing consequences for cell fate and tumorigenesis.  ...  We thank Antoine Coulon and the members of the PIC3i "UNDERSTAND DYNAMIC ARC" for helpful discussions, Shauna Katz and Dominique Ray-Gallet for critical reading of the manuscript, Chloé Guedj, Patricia  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41467-018-05697-1 pmid:30093638 pmcid:PMC6085313 fatcat:blsh6e2hfzhbpps423rnbamqdq

Small-molecule G-quadruplex stabilizers reveal a novel pathway of autophagy regulation in neurons

Jose F Moruno-Manchon, Pauline Lejault, Yaoxuan Wang, Brenna McCauley, Pedram Honarpisheh, Diego A Morales Scheihing, Shivani Singh, Weiwei Dang, Nayun Kim, Akihiko Urayama, Liang Zhu, David Monchaud (+2 others)
2020 eLife  
Atg7 is a critical gene for the initiation of autophagy that exhibits decreased transcription with aging.  ...  Our findings indicate that G4-DNA is a novel pathway for regulating autophagy in neurons.  ...  I guess that revealing a new and relevant intervention point for modulating autophagy in neurons is per se sufficiently interesting in addition to be of biomedical relevance.  ... 
doi:10.7554/elife.52283 pmid:32043463 pmcid:PMC7012600 fatcat:t236sqwobvcafozc6dq7ioim5e

Liquid-phase sequence capture and targeted re-sequencing revealed novel polymorphisms in tomato genes belonging to the MEP carotenoid pathway

Irma Terracciano, Concita Cantarella, Carlo Fasano, Teodoro Cardi, Giuseppe Mennella, Nunzio D'Agostino
2017 Scientific Reports  
a panel of 48 genotypes which differ for carotenoid content calculated as the sum of β-carotene, cis-and trans-lycopene.  ...  Results from this study can be exploited for the promotion of novel studies on tomato bio-fortification as well as of breeding programs related to carotenoid accumulation in fruits.  ...  the PON R&C 2007-2013 grant funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research in cooperation with the European Funds for the Regional Development (ERDF).  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-06120-3 pmid:28717173 pmcid:PMC5514110 fatcat:uc35w6bqxzd57boo7lhqcaul4m

Revealing Social Media Phenomenon in Time of COVID-19 Pandemic for Boosting Start-Up Businesses through Digital Ecosystem

Heru Susanto, Leu Fang Fang Yie, Fadzliwati Mohiddin, Arief Amier Rahman Rahman Setiawan, Parastou Khodaparast Haghi, Desi Setiana
2021 Applied System Innovation  
The result is interesting and there are many uses of social media which have been addressed in this study during the COVID-19 pandemic for business purposes.  ...  This research reveals trends of digital social media security and usability in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic situation, such as working from home, establishing a start-up, improving business processes  ...  Acknowledgments: Many thanks to University Technology of Brunei, The Indonesian Institute of Sciences, and Tunghai University, for fully supporting the research.  ... 
doi:10.3390/asi4010006 fatcat:ddubxn2hpbgopgfxjbhpgh3eai
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