Towards multimodal sentiment analysis: harvesting opinions from the web

@inproceedings{Morency2011TowardsMS,
  title={Towards multimodal sentiment analysis: harvesting opinions from the web},
  author={Louis-Philippe Morency and Rada Mihalcea and Payal Doshi},
  booktitle={ICMI '11},
  year={2011}
}
With more than 10,000 new videos posted online every day on social websites such as YouTube and Facebook, the internet is becoming an almost infinite source of information. [] Key Method Second, it identifies a subset of audio-visual features relevant to sentiment analysis and present guidelines on how to integrate these features. Finally, it introduces a new dataset consisting of real online data, which will be useful for future research in this area.

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