Cultural Vocal Bursts Intensity Prediction
93 papers with code • 1 benchmarks • 1 datasets
to predict the intensity of 40 culture-specific emotions (10 emotions from each culture)
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Storywrangler: A massive exploratorium for sociolinguistic, cultural, socioeconomic, and political timelines using Twitter
In real-time, social media data strongly imprints world events, popular culture, and day-to-day conversations by millions of ordinary people at a scale that is scarcely conventionalized and recorded.
We construct hybrid text+image models and perform extensive experiments for multiple variations of classification, demonstrating the importance of the novel aspect of multimodality and fine-grained classification unique to Fakeddit.
The ACII 2022 Affective Vocal Bursts Workshop & Competition: Understanding a critically understudied modality of emotional expression
The ACII Affective Vocal Bursts Workshop & Competition is focused on understanding multiple affective dimensions of vocal bursts: laughs, gasps, cries, screams, and many other non-linguistic vocalizations central to the expression of emotion and to human communication more generally.
4) A new method for discovering and displaying the visual elements used by the CNN-based date-prediction model to date portraits, finding that they correspond to the tell-tale fashions of each era.
Resources for Turkish Dependency Parsing: Introducing the BOUN Treebank and the BoAT Annotation Tool
In addition, we report the parsing results of a state-of-the-art dependency parser obtained over the BOUN Treebank as well as two other treebanks in Turkish.
We introduce MosAIc, an interactive web app that allows users to find pairs of semantically related artworks that span different cultures, media, and millennia.
The rampant integration of social media in our every day lives and culture has given rise to fast and easier access to the flow of information than ever in human history.
This agent-based model contributes to a theory of corporate culture in which company performance and employees' behaviour result from the interaction between financial incentives, motivational factors and endogenous social norms.