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The usage of Media Mining Client for Election Monitoring and Political Campaigns demonstrated through Brexit use case
After the 2016 US Presidential elections and the success of the Vote Leave campaign in
From the 15th to the 19th of September 2019, SAIL LABS members Erinc Dikici and
Research & Projects
Innovation in Progress
At SAIL LABS, all key technologies are developed with a vision of continuous innovation at the leading edge of linguistic and IT research.
Focusing on Security Research, SAIL LABS currently maintains active profiles
on an Austrian and European Security Research Map.
The TRUTH CHECK project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement № 854497.
Our projects most commonly involve institutions, vendors, integrator’s and users that assists us to develop new technologies and provide immediate feedback, regarding usability and applicability of new technologies with the purpose to generate a new knowledge-base and to develop new innovative products.
We actively contribute to many research projects. Our research results are presented at major scientific conferences around the world. Discover all the research papers below, they can also be downloaded.
Cross-media, Multimedia, Multilingual Communication in Open Sources During Crises and Disasters (Poster)
Traditional and social media are known to be of great benefit for crisis- and disaster communication. In this paper we argue for the combination of
Dokumentation und Wissensentwicklung aus New Media Content am Beispiel „KIRAS/ZentDok Documentation & SAC-Lab“ (Doc&SAC-Lab)
submitted to DGI Konferenz 2014 Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Mai 2014 Dieses Dokument beschreibt das ZentDok Documentation & Situation Awareness Center (SAC) Lab, ein System,
submitted to EMCSR 2014, Vienna, Austria, April 2014 Traditional and social media are known to be of great benefit for crisis- and disaster communication. In this
This article was submited to the 11th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, ISCRAM 2014, University Park, PA, USA Analysis of