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Every culture and language is unique. Our work expressly focuses on the uniqueness of culture and language in relation to human affect, specifically sentiment and emotion semantics, and how they manifest in social multimedia. We develop sets of sentiment- and emotion-polarized visual concepts by adapting semantic structures called adjective-noun pairs, originally introduced by Borth et al. (2013), but in a multilingual context. We propose a new language-dependent method for automatic discoverydoi:10.1145/2733373.2806246 dblp:conf/mm/JouCPRTC15 fatcat:l6qrxefs5vfx7lqutwyrvbpfwq