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January 2018

ReTV Kickoff meeting

January 31
VU Amsterdam, De Boelelaan 1109
Amsterdam, 11081HV Netherlands
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The ReTV project hosted its first meeting in January 2018, where all partners attended for the first time to kick off the work of this 3 year project. Read more about this event here.

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May 2018

MACHINES + MEDIA 2018

May 15
Bloomberg, 731 LEXINGTON AVENUE
NEW YORK, NY 10022 United States
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During the NYC Media Lab’s Machines + Media conference 2018, Lora Aroyo presents Tagasauris, one of the potential stakeholders/advisors for the ReTV project.

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GEN Summit 2018

May 31 @ 15:15 - 16:00
Pátio da Galé, Lisbon, Praça do Comércio
Lisbon, 1100-148 Portugal
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Arno Scharl from webLyzard technology presents results of EU-funded media and digital content projects (ReTV, PhemeEU, InVid) during the session 'News Literacy 2020: How to understand and combat misinformation' at the GEN Summit in Lisbon on 31st May 2018. You can find his presentation here: https://www.slideshare.net/weblyzard/gen-summit-2018-understand-and-combat-misinformation            

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June 2018

CROSS MEDIA CAFÉ – LINEAR MEETS DIGITAL

June 19 @ 14:00 - 17:00
Beeld en Geluid

The ReTV project is presented during the Cross Media Cafe - Linear Meets Digital on the 19th of June at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision by Lyndon Nixon from MODUL Technology (project partner). You can register for the event for free here: https://www.beeldengeluid.nl/bezoek/agenda/cross-media-cafe-linear-meets-digital.      

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July 2018

HCOMP2018 Conference

July 8
Zurich, Rämistrasse 71
Zurich, 8006 Switzerland
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The ReTV project is presented by Professor Lora Aroyo (VU, Amsterdam) at the HCOMP2018 Conference taking place in Zurich on 5th July 2018. The conference hosts its first Research Project Networking Workshop bringing together participants from the worldwide HCOMP community. It provides participants with a unique opportunity to: Get a compact overview of the broad research landscape in human computation through the lense of academic and industry projects. The session will include short presentations of the vision and goals, and of the resources produced in these projects (datasets, methods,…

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