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Part of the Social Data Science group, I started my PhD at the Open University on 1st October 2019 under the supervision of Harith Alani and Alistair Willis.
In my PhD I want to explore how different articles present the same events, by using different emphasis and selecting different details and therefore providing a different framing.
In the past, I worked on the Co-Inform project with the objective of creating tools to identify the credibility of news sources and help to develop critical thinking.
Mensio, Martino,Alani, Harith and Willis, Alistair(2020). Towards a Cross-article Narrative Comparison of News. In: Proceedings of the Text2Story’20 Workshop (Campos, Ricardo; Jorge, Alípio; Jatowt, Adam and Bhatia, Sumit eds.), CEUR WS.
Mensio, Martino and Alani, Harith(2019). MisinfoMe: Who’s Interacting with Misinformation? In: 18th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2019): Posters & Demonstrations, Industry and Outrageous Ideas Tracks, 26-30 Oct 2019, Auckland, New Zeeland, CEUR WS.
Mensio, Martino and Alani, Harith(2019). News Source Credibility in the Eyes of Different Assessors. In: Conference for Truth and Trust Online, 4-5 Oct 2019, London, UK, (In Press).