Time Magazine (2009) Article “Can Computer Nerds Save Journalism?”

Monday, June 8th, 2009 Posted in Computational Journalism, In The News, Interesting | No Comments »

Can Computer Nerds Save Journalism?, TIME Magazine, by MATT VILLANO, June 8, 2009 EXCERPT "At the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, a three-year-old program in "computational journalism" helps computer-science majors study ... Read more..

Presentation at CMU’s Computational Thinking Seminar Series (2009): “From Computational Photography and Video to Computational Journalism”

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009 Posted in Computational Journalism, Computational Photography and Video, Presentations | 1 Comment »

From Computational Photography and Video to Computational Journalism Irfan Essa Georgia Institute of Technology School of Interactive Computing, GVU and RIM Centers April 21, 2009. (see the video of this presentation) Abstract Our consumption of ... Read more..

Paper (2009) ACM CHI: “Videolyzer: Quality Analysis of Online Informational Video for Bloggers and Journalists”

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009 Posted in ACM UIST/CHI, Computational Journalism, Computational Photography and Video, Nick Diakopoulos | No Comments »

N. Diakopoulos, S. Goldenberg, I. Essa (2009). "Videolyzer: Quality Analysis of Online Informational Video for Bloggers and Journalists." ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI). April, 2009. [PDF] ... Read more..

Presentation at Duke University (2009): “Computation & Journalism: The Impact of Technology on Journalism, Information Quality, and Civic Literacy”

Saturday, January 10th, 2009 Posted in Computational Journalism, Presentations | 2 Comments »

Talk/Presentation at Duke University, Jan 27, 2009. Hosted by  James Hamilton, director of the DeWitt Wallace Center for Media and Democracy at Duke University Computation & Journalism: The Impact of Technology on Journalism, Information Quality, ... Read more..

INTERESTING: “Deep Throat Meets Data Mining”

Wednesday, December 24th, 2008 Posted in Computational Journalism, In The News, Interesting | No Comments »

"Deep Throat Meets Data Mining" by JOHN MECKLIN Dec 23, 2008 in Miller-McCune "If you pay passing attention to the media landscape, you know that most mainstream news outlets have had their business models ... Read more..

Paper: ACM Multimedia (2008) “Audio Puzzler: Piecing Together Time-Stamped Speech Transcripts with a Puzzle Game”

Saturday, October 18th, 2008 Posted in ACM MM, Computational Journalism, Multimedia, Nick Diakopoulos, Papers | No Comments »

N. Diakopoulos, K. Luther, I. Essa (2008), "Audio Puzzler: Piecing Together Time-Stamped Speech Transcripts with a Puzzle Game." In Proceedings of  ACM International Conference on Multimedia 2008. Vancouver, BC, CANANDA ... Read more..

Research: Videolyzer (Online DEMO, try it out!)

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008 Posted in Collaborators, Computational Journalism, Nick Diakopoulos, Projects | No Comments »

An Online DEMO of Videolyzer, a project by my PhD Student, Nick Diakopolous. Videolyzer is a tool designed to help journalists and bloggers collect, organize, and present information about the quality ... Read more..

Paper: ISWC (2008) “Localization and 3D Reconstruction of Urban Scenes Using GPS”

Sunday, September 28th, 2008 Posted in ISWC, Kihwan Kim, Mobile Computing, Papers, Thad Starner | No Comments »

Kihwan Kim, Jay Summet, Thad Starner, Daniel Ashbrook, Mrunal Kapade and Irfan Essa  (2008) "Localization and 3D Reconstruction of Urban Scenes Using GPS" In Proceedings of IEEE Symposium on ... Read more..

Paper: Pragmatic Web (2008) “An Annotation Model for Making Sense of Information Quality in Online Videos”

Sunday, September 28th, 2008 Posted in Computational Journalism, Multimedia, Nick Diakopoulos, Papers | No Comments »

N. Diakopoulos, I. Essa. (2008) "An Annotation Model for Making Sense of Information Quality in Online Videos." Proceedings of the International Conference on the Pragmatic Web. 28–30 Sept. 2008, Uppsala, ... Read more..

Presentation: At Qualcomm Research in San Diego, CA (2008) “From Computational Photography and Video to Computational Journalism”

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008 Posted in Computational Journalism, Computational Photography and Video, Presentations | No Comments »

From Computational Photography and Video to Computational Journalism   Abstract Digital image capture, processing, and sharing has become pervasive in our society. This has had significant impact on how we create novel ... Read more..