Matrix-Based News Aggregation: Exploring Different News Perspectives

  title={Matrix-Based News Aggregation: Exploring Different News Perspectives},
  author={Felix Hamborg and Norman Meuschke and Bela Gipp},
  journal={2017 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL)},
News aggregators capably handle the large amount of news that is published nowadays. However, these systems focus on the presentation of important, common information in news, but do not reveal different perspectives on the same topic. Thus, current news aggregators suffer from media bias, i.e. differences in the content or presentation of news. Finding such differences is crucial to reduce the effects of media bias. This paper presents matrix-based news analysis (MNA), a novel design for news… Expand
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