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A Computational Framework for Media Bias Mitigation
Souneil Park, Seungwoo Kang, Sangyoung Chung, Junehwa Song
Article No.: 8
Bias in the news media is an inherent flaw of the news production process. The bias often causes a sharp increase in political polarization and in the cost of conflict on social issues such as the Iraq war. This article presents NewsCube, a novel...
Influencing Individually: Fusing Personalization and Persuasion
Shlomo Berkovsky, Jill Freyne, Harri Oinas-Kukkonen
Article No.: 9
Personalized technologies aim to enhance user experience by taking into account users’ interests, preferences, and other relevant information. Persuasive technologies aim to modify user attitudes, intentions, or behavior through...
Adaptive Persuasive Systems: A Study of Tailored Persuasive Text Messages to Reduce Snacking
Maurits Kaptein, Boris De Ruyter, Panos Markopoulos, Emile Aarts
Article No.: 10
This article describes the use of personalized short text messages (SMS) to reduce snacking. First, we describe the development and validation (N = 215) of a questionnaire to measure individual susceptibility to different...
Investigating the Persuasion Potential of Recommender Systems from a Quality Perspective: An Empirical Study
Paolo Cremonesi, Franca Garzotto, Roberto Turrin
Article No.: 11
Recommender Systems (RSs) help users search large amounts of digital contents and services by allowing them to identify the items that are likely to be more attractive or useful. RSs play an important persuasion role, as they can potentially...
System Personality and Persuasion in Human-Computer Dialogue
Pierre Y. Andrews
Article No.: 12
The human-computer dialogue research field has been studying interaction with computers since the early stage of Artificial Intelligence, however, research has often focused on very practical tasks to be completed with the dialogues. A new trend...