The vision inspiring LivingKnowledge is to consider diversity an asset and to make it traceable, understandable and exploitable, with the goal to improve navigation and search in the Web. LivingKnowledge will study the effect of diversity and time on opinions and bias, a topic with high potential for social and economic exploitation.
Within the project our contribution focuses on the application of Multimedia Forensics for recovering information on image history and manipulation, for understanding how visual contents may be used to affect opinions and bias of viewers.
|Title||"LivingKnowledge - Facts Opinions and Bias in Time"|
|Tipology||European Commission (FP7 - FET programme) Reference: IST-231126|
|Duration||Feb 2009 - Feb 2012|
|Research area||Security & Privacy|
|Unit Coordinator||CNIT-UNISI M. Barni & CNIT-UNIFI A. Piva|