MediaFutures Research Centre for Responsible Media Technology & Innovation invites Master students to submit poster abstracts!
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On August 17th, the MediaFutures team led by prof. Morten Field visited Highsoft´s headquarters in Vik/Sogn. The goal of the visit was to get to know each other, and to discuss cooperation opportunities in digital data visualization and accessibility.
The Research Council of Norway (RCN) made an on-site visit to MediaFutures as part of the contractual follow-up of the research centre. The RCN was represented by Liv Jorunn Jenssen, Solbjørg Rauset and Gunnlaug Daugstad. Besides the centre’s management team and...
MediaFutures researchers developing a semi-automated Twitter content search tool in collaboration with the Norwegian live sport service VG Live.
MediaFutures researchers have created a semi-automated pipeline that streamlines and simplifies the process of finding relevant social media content for the Norwegian live sport service VG Live.
It is with a great pleasure to inform that Professor Morten Fjeld, the leader of Work Package 4 at MediaFutures, joins the European Cooperation in Science and Technology’ research network on Media Accessibility.
MediaFutures Director has been featured in an article by the Bergen Chamber of Commerce and Industry about the importance of developing responsible media technology.
The 2nd workshop on Multi-Objective Recommender Systems (MORS) will be held in Seattle, USA in conjunction with the 16th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems. The workshop itself will take place between September 18th and 23rd (exact date to be announced).The organizers now welcome contributions that address the challenges related to having multiple objectives or multiple stakeholders in recommender systems.
With the ever-expanding range of available products and elusive media consumption habits of younger audience, providing high quality and original content to the young people remains a central issue for media companies, including legacy media.
Every minute, hundreds of hours of movies are being uploaded to different media platforms. For a recommender system to match the right user with the right movie, a certain amount of data is required, e.g. in the form of explicit or implicit ratings provided by...
The new work of Prof. Christoph Trattner et al. fills a gap and answers the needs for updated reference point for researchers and practitioners who consider integrating temporal aspects in their personalised systems.