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Jeff Dalton May 17
I'm hiring for multiple funded open PhD positions working on conversation AI and conversational search. Ping me to chat about the opportunities in detail.
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Oana Goga Feb 12
The Web Conference is asking EU citizens to give up their rights to be allowed to attend the conference 😮 Is this even legal?
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Bob West Feb 28
Join us for an exciting full-day track on "The Future of The Open Web" at (WWW) on May 16, 2019, in SF. Amazing speakers confirmed, and more to follow soon!
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Jie Yang Jan 21
We got 3 full papers accepted by . On the combination of Human & Machine Intelligence ( and ), we have one paper for debugging noisy training data, and another one for link prediction in knowledge graphs (by a student that I co-supervise!).
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Ana Stoica May 13
Excited to present our work on algorithmic fairness in social influence and recommendation at the workshop tomorrow at - come say hi!
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Ric By May 19
The Web Conference 2019 is over! Thanks to all the participants (1,600+), the sponsors, Leila Zia, my co-chair, and all the organizing team
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Daniel Romero May 12
Just arrived in San Francisco. Excited for what looks like a great program at this year!
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Omar Alonso May 16
Research track on crowdsourcing and human computation
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Fabrício Benevenuto Feb 26
The final version of our paper "(Mis)Information Dissemination in WhatsApp: Gathering, Analyzing and Countermeasures" is now available.
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Muhammad Saleem May 19
My take home notes from 2019 "knowledge graphs got a lot of attention and popularity. Deep learning is used in many of the publications."
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Manoel May 19
Not that anyone asked, but here are the notes I took during 2019 1/
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Microsoft Research May 14
We're looking for a Senior Data & Applied Scientist who is passionate about AI and web optimization. Join a team that focuses on understanding, predicting, and incentivizing how the advertisers and users interact with our marketplace:
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CERN May 15
As celebrates , travel back in time and watch the newly digitised footage from the 1st International World Wide Web Conference, organised by Robert Cailliau in May 1994 at CERN: c/
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Bárbara P May 14
LA-WEB 2019: Jussara Almeida presents her keynote on Misinformation Dissemination, an extremely relevant problem in Brazil now
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Ric By May 17
Final session of The Web Conference 2019 with the panel of 30 years of the Web with Robert Cailliau, Eddan Katz and Jaime Teevan, moderated by Tom Simonite.
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Fabien Gandon May 18
After more than 10 years of being involved in organization and 5 years in its steering committee , today was my last meeting with these Web-aficionado friends. See you soon on the Web.
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Wiki Workshop 2019 May 14
“We also found that journal articles in chemistry referenced in Wikipedia typically see a 21% increase in citations compared to the rest of the chemistry literature.” —
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Srikanta Tirthapura Feb 12
C. Seshadhri (UC Santa Cruz) and I will be giving a tutorial "Scalable Subgraph Counting: The Methods Behind The Madness" at the Web Conference (formerly WWW) Goal is to present algorithmic building blocks behind massive-scale subgraph counting.
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Manoel May 14
A lot of the knowledge in Wikipedia is still hidden across languages. German and English share only around one million articles... Denny at
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mrgunn Jun 18
At , Adam Knight from spoke on the Open Web, particularly China's efforts to create a parallel, tightly-controlled and censored, network that they're now exporting to authoritarian regimes around the world. Thread below & notes here:
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