Social tagging systems allow users to upload and assign keywords to digital resources. Thus a body of user annotated resources gradually evolves: Users can share resources, re-find their own resources or use the systems as search engines for items added by the whole user population. In this paper we want to contribute towards a better understanding of usage… (More)
Overview Introduction: tagging and indexing Introduction: tagging and indexing previous studies z a model for tags (How to characterize tags?) z a model for tags (How to characterize tags?) z tags usage and media (How do tags differ for different media?) different media?) empirical study on tagging motivations: Why do l ? people tag? towards a model… (More)
We report on Jim, an inexpensive student designed platform for embodied affective AI. The project brings together students from backgrounds in computer science, physics, engineering , and Digital Media Arts (DMA) in an informal educational setting. The platform will be used in AI courses and autism treatment studies.