Issue No.04 - Apr. (2014 vol.47)
Sarah Vieweg , Qatar Computing Research Institute
Adam Hodges , Carnegie Mellon University
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MC.2014.97
Human-computer systems that treat context simply as enumerated facts, rules, or axioms about the surrounding physical and social environment will always have trouble handling information requiring human pragmatic interpretation. One way to overcome such limitations is to draw upon human pragmatic awareness to create hybrid systems capable of both extracting large quantities of data and processing that data in a way that is meaningful to users. The Web extra at http://youtu.be/pqI2qcigiCw is a video demonstrating Artificial Intelligence for Disaster Response (AIDR), a free, open source, and easy-to-use platform to filter and classify relevant microblog messages during humanitarian crises.
Context awareness, Pragmatics, Twitter, Context-aware services, Human computer interaction, Social network services, Data mining, Disasters, Information analysis,Artificial Intelligence for Disaster Response, context-aware computing, aware computing, computer-supported collaborative work, computers and society, social networking, disaster response, situational awareness, human-computer interaction, microblogging, Twitter
Sarah Vieweg, Adam Hodges, "Rethinking Context: Leveraging Human and Machine Computation in Disaster Response", Computer, vol.47, no. 4, pp. 22-27, Apr. 2014, doi:10.1109/MC.2014.97