Audio Puzzler Alpha (ONLINE DEMO) By Nick Diakopoulos (My PhD Student) Audio Puzzler is a new kind of puzzle game based on unauthored content found online. The audio for the puzzles is taken from popular or interesting video clips from different genres such as news, documentary, or television. The audio puzzler is the type of […]
The Project for Excellence in Journalism has done an amazing report on “The State of the News Media 2008” with reference to American Journalism. It is a very interesting read and very interesting with reference to our efforts on Computation and Journalism.
Award#0813831 – Symposium on Computation and Journalism ABSTRACT Fundamentally, journalism is aimed at collecting news information and disseminating that information with a layer of contextualization and understanding provided by journalists. Recent advances in computational technology are rapidly affecting how news information is gathered, reported and distributed. Furthermore, new avenues for aggregating, visualizing, summarizing, consuming, and […]
Computational and Journalism (Journalism 3G) Between the advent of the printing press and the rise of the Internet, more than 500 years passed without another technological advancement that significantly empowered the voice of the people and changed the nature of journalism. Now, with the rise of blogs, digital video and citizen journalists, computing technologies continue […]