Author Archives: Lora Aroyo

About Lora Aroyo

I am is full professor in Computer Science, head of the Web and Media Group, Department of Computer Science, VU University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I am also a scientific coordinator of the EU Integrated Project: NoTube: Integration of Web and TV Data with the Help of Semantics, Go to my web page for more details:

Lora Aroyo is research scientist at Google Research, NYC where she works on research for Data Excellence by specifically focussing on metrics and strategies to measure quality of human-labeled data in a reliable and transparent way.  Lora is an active … Continue reading

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Stitch by Stitch: Annotating Fashion at the Rijksmuseum

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Exploration is the New Search @ SXSW2017

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The CrowdTruth Journey @VU Faculty Colloquium

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Slides from our TEDx Navesink 2015 talk

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A twitter overview of the IUI2015

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Crowd Truth, public release v.1

Last week, 13-Jun-2014, we published the first public release of the Crowd Truth framework. The CrowdTruth description document will give you an overall view of the framework components. The CrowdTruth Guidelines document will help you logging in and using the system. On github you can find … Continue reading

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Crowd-Watson @NLeSC eHumanities Kick-off

Today at the NLeSc, during the “De Geest Uit De Fles” event six new projects kick off their research in the area of eHumanities. As part of this, the Crowd-Watson project team will collaborate with NleSC researchers in the coming … Continue reading

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Summarized social media from PATCH2014 Workshop #patch2014 — Lora Aroyo (@laroyo) February 25, 2014

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