Newly Endowed Chair Underscores Value of Computational Journalism | College of Computing

Friday, November 1st, 2019 Posted in CnJ | No Comments »

It is great to see someone who has done so much for Computational Journalism, continue to support it this way. Thanks Krishna Bharat. Friday, November 1, 2019 The creator of Google ... Read more..

Paper in AAAI’s ICWSM (2017) “Selfie-Presentation in Everyday Life: A Large-Scale Characterization of Selfie Contexts on Instagram”

Thursday, May 18th, 2017 Posted in Computational Journalism, Computational Photography and Video, Computer Vision, Face and Gesture, Julia Deeb-Swihart, Papers, Social Computing | No Comments »

Paper [bibtex file=IrfanEssaWS.bib key=2017-Deeb-Swihart-SELLCSCI] Abstract Carefully managing the presentation of self via technology is a core practice on all modern social media platforms. Recently, selfies have emerged as a new, pervasive genre of ... Read more..

Paper in IEEE WACV (2017): “Complex Event Recognition from Images with Few Training Examples”

Monday, March 27th, 2017 Posted in Computational Journalism, Computational Photography and Video, Computer Vision, PAMI/ICCV/CVPR/ECCV, Papers, Unaiza Ahsan | No Comments »

Paper [bibtex file=IrfanEssaWS.bib key=2017-Ahsan-CERFIWTE] Abstract We propose to leverage concept-level representations for complex event recognition in photographs given limited training examples. We introduce a novel framework to discover event concept attributes from the web and ... Read more..

2015 C+J Symposium

Friday, October 2nd, 2015 Posted in Computational Journalism, Nick Diakopoulos | No Comments »

Data and computation drive our world, often without sufficient critical assessment or accountability. Journalism is adapting responsibly—finding and creating new kinds of stories that respond directly to our new societal ... Read more..

Presentation at Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik in Saarbrücken (2015): “Video Analysis and Enhancement”

Monday, September 14th, 2015 Posted in Computational Journalism, Computational Photography and Video, Computer Vision, Presentations, Ubiquitous Computing | No Comments »

Video Analysis and Enhancement: Spatio-Temporal Methods for Extracting Content from Videos and Enhancing Video Output Irfan Essa (prof.irfanessa.com) Georgia Institute of Technology School of Interactive Computing Hosted by Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik in Saarbrucken (Bernt Schiele, Director ... Read more..