Learn about the LinkedTV analysis, annotation and editing workflow @NEMsummit 2013

LinkedTV is pleased to have two papers accepted for presentation at this years NEM Summit, taking place in Nantes, France on October 28-30, 2013. NEM Summit is the “not-to-be-missed” annual event for all those interested in Future Internet developments and in the fast paced evolution of the networked and electronic media industry. LinkedTV is pleased to participate as a EU Project heavily focused on realising a vision for the Future Media Web where TV and the Web will be seamlessly interlinked as one single user-viewer experience.

The first paper “From Raw Data to Semantically Enriched Hyperlinking: Recent Advances in the LinkedTV Analysis Workflow” reviews LinkedTV video analysis efforts and presents the recent advances in core technologies for automatic speech recognition and object-redetection. Furthermore, we introduce our approach for an automatically generated
localized person identification database. Finally, the processing of the raw data into a linked resource available in a web compliant format is described.

The second paper “Think Before You Link — Meeting Content Constraints when Linking Television to the Web” looks at how automatic enrichment of static videos with Web links, as pursued by LinkedTV, could lead to linking to problematic content and how solutions can be found for this in the context of our interactive news scenario.

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