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MakeMyPage: Social Media Meets Automatic Content Generation

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MakeMyPage: Social Media Meets Automatic Content Generation
Finding out about a topic online can be time consuming. It involves visiting multiple news sites, encyclopedia entries, video repositories and other resources while discarding irrelevant information. MakeMyPage aims to speed this process by combining automatic aggregation of information with social media to build web pages with images, videos and links to important information about a topic. MakeMyPage uses automatic aggregation to provide the initial content of the web pages. This content is organized by type: blogs, news, web links, images, video and a main article. MakeMyPage creates a web page by selecting a few items from each category, plus links to more resources within it. Users can vote on the links and media they like best for a given topic and, based on these votes, the system promotes them to and within the main web page. MakeMyPage can be thought of as a collection of wiki pages where people enhance automatically generated content not by editing the text in it, but by vot...
Francisco Iacobelli, Kristian J. Hammond, Larry Bi
Added 19 Feb 2011
Updated 19 Feb 2011
Type Journal
Year 2009
Where ICWSM
Authors Francisco Iacobelli, Kristian J. Hammond, Larry Birnbaum
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