The 4th Workshop on Affective Content Analysis @ AAAI 2021

We made a cool poster so of course, that deserves a new blogpost šŸ™‚ Collaborative creativity. If I wasn't organizing the workshop, I'd love to explore the CL-Aff Diplomacy dataset and try out some ideas. But you don't have to worry about organizing it. So why don't you sign up! Full CFP is somewhere here:... Continue Reading →

How to edit Wikipedia

I was helping a friend of mine figure out how Wikipedia works, and I made this self-learning tutorial. It compares stuff you can do with the source editing and the visual editing mode, and when you'd want to prefer the former over the latter (usually when you want to reuse one of the popular templates,... Continue Reading →

The language of regional well-being

Jaidka, K., Giorgi, S., Schwartz, H. A., Kern, M. L., Ungar, L. H., & Eichstaedt, J. C. (2020). Estimating geographic subjective well-being from twitter: a comparison of dictionary and data-driven language methods. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. In the COVID-19 era that we are living in today, social media posts can help us... Continue Reading →

The #StayHomeforSG dashboard launch

Social media in COVID-19: building resilience or sowing stress? When the circuit-breaker came into effect in April 2020, Singaporeans suspended their daily lives to check the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Social media and computer-mediated-communication became the lifeline for communication as well as breaking news. However, social media was considered by many to be a... Continue Reading →

The SMOL Project

Image credits: Swati Vats for the SMOL project. Every story has a beginning. This post is the beginning of the SMOL Project. The Social Media, Online behavior and Language project focuses on online human behavior and computer mediated communication. One day, we'll have our own spiders, bots, crawlers, apps, and python (scripts). SMOL is also... Continue Reading →

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