Archive for May, 2013

Videos on Context Detection and User Interest Extraction published on LinkedTV YouTube channel

May 24, 2013

LinkedTV is pleased to announce the publication of two new videos at its YouTube channel:  A video on Context Detection shows how  viewer context is extracted using a Kinect sensor detecting the couch location and the viewer location. A video on User Interest Extraction shows an approach to detecting level of viewer interest in a TV […]

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Our #LIME2013 workshop (@www2013rio) proceedings have been published!

May 23, 2013

The WWW Conference has published its Companion Proceedings online at  http://www2013.org/papers/companion.htm and the first Worldwide Workshop on Linked Media (LiME 2013) is included! Check out the keynote of LinkedTV scientific co-ordinator Lyndon Nixon on the importance of Linked Media to the Future Web (the slides are also on Slideshare) as well as the seven accepted […]

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Linked Media keynote at #LIME2013 @www2013rio now online.

May 14, 2013

Yesterdays first Worldwide Workshop on Linked Media (LIME 2013) brought together over 20 participants to present on and discuss work related to the vision and goal of Linked Media. Firstly, LinkedTV scientific co-ordinator keynoted on what is Linked Media precisely, an important question for building a research community around the topic. His keynote slides are […]

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The importance of Linked Media to the future Web: the topic at #WWW2013 Linked Media workshop by @LinkedTV

May 6, 2013

If the future Web will be able to fully leverage the scale and quality of online media, a Web scale layer of structured, interlinked media annotations is needed. This layer, which we call Linked Media (inspired by the Linked Data movement for making structured, interlinked descriptions of resources better available online), is a fundamental part […]

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