Martino Mensio

PhD Research Student

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.


Publications

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).

Themes

Artificial Intelligence and Data Analysis

Topics

Citizen Empowerment, Politics and Government

New Media and Society

Groups

Natural Language Processing (NLP)Social Data Science Group (SDS)

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