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Social filter

  1. 1. Is a personal network better than Google? Social networks as collaborative filter to find relevant information Patrick Danowski IST Austria
  2. 2. Outline • The problem • An idea • 4 solutions • Sum-up
  3. 3. The problem
  4. 4. What we are looking 4
  5. 5. Found 10/10 0 additional result
  6. 6. 100 % Complete 100 % Relevance
  7. 7. Google
  8. 8. Found 9/10 990 additional result
  9. 9. 90 % Complete 1 % Relevance
  10. 10. Database
  11. 11. Found 5/10 90 additional result
  12. 12. 50 % Complete 10 % Relevance
  13. 13. Problem Optimization of the relationship between Precision and Completeness
  14. 14. An idea
  15. 15. The Ingredients
  16. 16. Tags
  17. 17. social networks
  18. 18. CC-BY DarwinPeacock http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sna_large.png
  19. 19. Social Search
  20. 20. Looking for informations inside of your network
  21. 21. Found 6/10 10 addition result
  22. 22. 60 % Complete 50 % Relevance
  23. 23. Precision Recall Google 1 % 90 % Database 10 % 50 % Social Search 50 % 60 %
  24. 24. Social Filters in practice
  25. 25. 4 Solutions • Tagging • Recommender Systems • Social Search • Lazyweb
  26. 26. Tagging
  27. 27. delicious
  28. 28. Bibsonomy
  29. 29. Recommender Systems
  30. 30. Users who bought A bought also B
  31. 31. Mandeley • Citation Management Software • support different Methods of Social Filtering
  32. 32. Social Search
  33. 33. http://www.sharetivity.com/movie.html http://www.sharetivity.com/movie.html
  34. 34. Social Search • Integration of your shared sources (facebook, twitter, myspace ... ) • Integration of resources of your friends • Whats your friends find interesting is higher ranked
  35. 35. Lazyweb
  36. 36. Old Method, new Tools Ask your friends
  37. 37. On Facebook & Twitter
  38. 38. So Problem solved?
  39. 39. no :-(
  40. 40. new strength
  41. 41. new weaknesses
  42. 42. no answer for everything
  43. 43. additional strategies
  44. 44. Go social, explore the potential patrick.danowski@ist.ac.at

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