Collective Intelligence and Social Content Semantic Analysis
Overall objective and topics to be addressed:
While it is nowadays easy for users and organisations to generate and share content, current applications do not fully support intelligent processing and management of such information. Thus, users fail to access it efficiently and cannot exploit the underlying knowledge. The aim of the workshop is to present and draw appropriate strands of work for exploiting multiple layers of intelligence from user-contributed content, which together constitute Collective Intelligence, a form of intelligence that emerges from the collaboration and competition among many individuals. The workshop will provide an overview of current research/state of the art in various sources of Collective Intelligence: digital content items and contextual information, massive user feedback and users social interaction, with speakers coming both from industry and academia. Based on these presentations and the outcome of the discussion, new research challenges and collaborations could be envisaged.
- Collective Intelligence and Social Content Semantic Analysis + Comments on the ICT 2008 website - http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/events/cf/item-display.cfm?id=594
- Technologies for Information Management at ICT 2008 on the ICTWeb - http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/content-knowledge/events-20081125-27-ict-lyon_en.html
Agenda and Speaker lineup:
The Networking session was coordinated by Yiannis Kompatsiaris, ITI. Find below the list of speakers and their presentations. The talks where followed by an open discussion.