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Presentation given at the International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, October 2012, Nara, Japan

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    Extracting Media Items from Multiple Social Networks Extracting Media Items from Multiple Social Networks Presentation Transcript

    • What Fresh Media Are You LookingFor? Extracting Media Items from Multiple Social Networks Giuseppe Rizzo1, Thomas Steiner2, Raphaël Troncy1, Ruben Verborgh3, José Luis Redondo Garcia1 and Rik Van de Walle3 <raphael.troncy@eurecom.fr> / @rtroncy 1 EURECOM, France 2 Google & University Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain 3 IBBT Ghent, Belgium
    • Conferences and natural disaster 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan -2
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    • Some definitions Media Item: a photo or a video that is shared on a social network Micropost: a text status message that can optionally accompany a media item Social Network: an online service that focuses on building and reflecting social relationships among people sharing interests or activities  Media Sharing Platforms: emphasis on sharing media but blurred boundaries with social networks since users are encouraged to react on media content (like, comment, favorite, etc.) 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan -7
    • Social networks and media items First-order support:  Posting requires the inclusion of a media item  Example: Flickr, YouTube Second-order support:  Possibility to post media items but also text-only messages  Example: Facebook Third-order support:  No direct support for media items but rely on third party applications to host them  Example: Twitter before the introduction of native photo support 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan -8
    • Media Collector (Server) Composition of media item extractors (12 SNs)  Rely on search APIs + a fix 30s timeout window to provide results  Fallback on screen scraping when necessary (Twitter ecosystem) Implemented as a NodeJS server Serialize results in a common schema (JSON) 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan -9
    • Deep link Permalink Clean text for NLP processing Aggregate view of ALL social interactions 12 Social Networks29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan - 10
    • Media Finder 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan - 11
    • Evaluation (1/3) 9 events occurring between 10 and 19 January 2012  Assad speech, CES Las Vegas, Costa Concordia Disaster, Cut the Rope Launch, Dixville Notch, Free mobile launch, Blackout SOPA, Ubuntu TV launch, Christian Wulff case  448 images + 143 videos  Photo-Sweeper CBIR-based image duplication detection software Dataset heterogeneity:  Leaderboard banner (728x90) to a standard 3.1 mega pixels (2048x1536) cell phone photo … no quadratic bitmaps shrinking  Hard problem!  Best settings for each event, no generic configuration, in order to limit the number of duplicate misses and false positives 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan - 12
    • Evaluation (2/3) User study to compare the relevance and illustrativeness of the media galleries One event: Google IO (“google i/o” + “io12”) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_io Three systems:  Media Finder, Twitter Gallery, Teleportd 7 participants (6 male, 1 female) in 2 groups MediaFinder Teleportd Twitter Google i/o 108 (49%) 20 (9%) 96 (44%) io12 69 (37%) 20 (10%) 98 (53%) 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan - 13
    • Evaluation (3/3) Q1: How illustrative this gallery is for this event? Q2: How visually diverse this gallery is for this event? Lickert 7-scale: result http://goo.gl/QzSM6 + http://goo.gl/7ov6Q google i/o io12 relevance Q1 Q2 relevance Q1 Q2Media 0,28 2,35 2,72 0,21 2,05 2,24FinderTeleportd 0,05 0,30 0,37 0,04 0,35 0,59Twitter 0,28 2,64 2,64 0,34 3,44 2,91 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan - 14
    • Demo: Grid view 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan - 15
    • Demo: Timeline view 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan - 16
    • Conclusion Fresh media available on social networks  Ignored by general search engines …  … but ideal for building stories of events of our life Media Server: a NodeJS server collecting media items shared on social networks Media Finder: a client-server architecture that generates views of those media items http://mediafinder.eurecom.fr/ 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan - 17
    • Future Work Image de-duplication:  Simple off-the-shelf tools using color, texture and shape (Ramaiah and Mohan, IEEE RAICS’11) Named Entity Recognition:  NERD: http://nerd.eurecom.fr/ Clustering and Storyfying:  Source and Temporal clustering  Visual clustering  Semantic clustering: using named entities extracted in microposts 29/10/2012 - International Workshop on Socially-Aware Multimedia at ACM Multimedia 2012, Nara, Japan - 18
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