About the Project
Duthie, R., Budynska, K & Reed, C. (2016) "Mining Ethos in Political Debate" in Baroni, P., Stede, M. & Gordon, T. (eds) Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Computational Models of Argument (COMMA 2016), IOS Press, Potsdam, pp299-310
Lawrence, J., Snaith, M., Konat, B., Budzynska, K. & Reed, C. (2017) "Debating Technology for Dialogical Argument: Sensemaking, Engagement and Analytics", ACM Transactions on Internet Technology, 17 (3)
Track Record: Katarzyna Budzynska (www.argdiap.pl/budzynska) is a Dundee Fellow working in Computing in the Centre for Argument Technology (www.arg.tech). She has published 2 books and almost 80 peer-reviewed papers, amongst which 16 appeared in international journals such as Artificial Intelligence and ACM’s Transactions on Internet Technology. She has won £680k grant funding from the Polish Ministry, the Swiss Sciex Programme, the UK programmes of Innovate UK and EPSRC, and German VW Foundation (VolkswagenStiftung). Most recently, Budzynska established her research group, Computational Ethos Lab (www.computationalethos.org; the webpage will be available in mid Apr), which develops innovative technologies using speakers’ ethos to predict results of presidential elections, detect trolls and cyber bullies in social media or uncover potential terrorist threats.
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