Emotions, experiences and the social media

author: Maarten de Rijke, Intelligent Systems Lab Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam
published: April 22, 2011,   recorded: April 2011,   views: 8335


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There is little doubt that the web is being fundamentally transformed by social media. The realization that we now live a significant part of our lives online is giving rise to new perspectives on text analytics and to new interaction paradigms. Emotions and experiences are key to communication in social media: recognizing and tracking them in highly dynamic multilingual text streams produced by users around Europe, or even around the globe, is an emerging area for research and innovation. I will illustrate this with a few examples derived from online reputation management and large scale mood tracking.

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