Recent Submissions

  • Supporting Newsrooms with Journalistic Knowledge Graph Platforms: Current State and Future Directions 

    Ocaña, Marc Gallofré; Opdahl, Andreas Lothe (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    Increasing competition and loss of revenues force newsrooms to explore new digital solutions. The new solutions employ artificial intelligence and big data techniques such as machine learning and knowledge graphs to manage ...
  • Logics with Group Announcements and Distributed Knowledge: Completeness and Expressive Power 

    Ågotnes, Thomas; Alechina, Natasha; Galimullin, Rustam (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    Public announcement logic (PAL) is an extension of epistemic logic with dynamic operators that model the effects of all agents simultaneously and publicly acquiring the same piece of information. One of the extensions of ...
  • Teachers' voices on the unspoken oracy construct: "Oracy-the taken-for-granted competence" 

    Kaldahl, Anne-Grete (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    This study explores what teachers understand as good oracy (speaking and listening competence as well as body language) in and across subjects, and their perceptions of their own prerequisites in the work of cultivating ...
  • Computational ethics 

    Edmond, Awad; Levine, Sydney; Anderson, Michael; Susan Leigh, Anderson; Conitzer, Vincent; Crockett, M.J.; Everett, Jim A.C.; Evgeniou, Theodoros; Gopnik, Alison; Jamison, Julian C.; Kim, Taw Wan; Liao, S. Matthew; Meyer, Michelle N.; Mikhail, John; Opoku-Agyemang, Kweku; Schaich Borg, Jana; Schroeder, Juliana; Sinott-Armstrong, Walter; Slavkovik, Marija; Tenenbaum, Josh B. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    Technological advances are enabling roles for machines that present novel ethical challenges. The study of 'AI ethics' has emerged to confront these challenges, and connects perspectives from philosophy, computer science, ...
  • Impact of Electronic Medical Records Systems in Reporting HIV Health Data Indicators in Kenya 

    Ngugi, Philomena Njeri; Gesicho, Milka Bochere; Babic, Ankica (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    Electronic Medical Records Systems (EMRs) improve the quality of patient care and reduce medical errors. Nevertheless, their role in health data indicator reporting performance is unclear. We assessed reporting completeness ...
  • User-centred design of clinical dashboards for guided iCBT 

    Wake, Jo Dugstad; Rabbi, Fazle; Inal, Yavuz; Nordgreen, Tine (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    As Internet-based technology spreads to most areas of life, it becomes a challenge to grasp opportunities arising from enormous amounts of data being generated from various sources such as smart homes, smart cities, health ...
  • Coalition and Relativised Group Announcement Logic 

    Galimullin, Rustam (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    There are several ways to quantify over public announcements. The most notable are reflected in arbitrary, group, and coalition announcement logics (APAL, GAL, and CAL correspondingly), with the latter being the least ...
  • Logic of Justified Beliefs Based on Argumentation 

    Shi, Chenwei; Smets, Sonja; Velázquez-Quesada, Fernando R. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    This manuscript presents a topological argumentation framework for modelling notions of evidence-based (i.e., justified) belief. Our framework relies on so-called topological evidence models to represent the pieces of ...
  • Adopting a mojo mindset: Training newspaper reporters in mobile journalism 

    Salzmann, Anja; Guribye, Frode; Gynnild, Astrid (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Due to the visual turn in journalism and the emergence of mobile journalism, many newspaper journalists have had to change the way they work and learn to use new tools. To face these changes, traditional news organizations ...
  • Tracking probabilistic truths: a logic for statistical learning 

    Baltag, Alexandru; Rad, Soroush Rafiee; Smets, Sonja (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    We propose a new model for forming and revising beliefs about unknown probabilities. To go beyond what is known with certainty and represent the agent’s beliefs about probability, we consider a plausibility map, associating ...
  • Using natural language processing and artificial intelligence to explore the nutrition and sustainability of recipes and food 

    van Erp, Marieke; Reynolds, Christian; Maynard, Diana; Starke, Alain Dominique; Ibáñez Martín, Rebeca; Andres, Frederic; Leite, Maria C. A.; Alvarez de Toledo, Damien; Schmidt Rivera, Ximena; Trattner, Christoph; Brewer, Steven; Adriano Martins, Carla; Kluczkovski, Alana; Frankowska, Angelina; Bridle, Sarah; Levy, Renata Bertazzi; Rauber, Fernanda; Tereza da Silva, Jacqueline; Bosma, Ulbe (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    In this paper, we discuss the use of natural language processing and artificial intelligence to analyze nutritional and sustainability aspects of recipes and food. We present the state-of-the-art and some use cases, followed ...
  • Civilization IV i den videregående skolen: mellom fortrolighet og fremmedgjøring 

    Klevjer, Rune (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Studien tar for seg et 3-ukers undervisningsopplegg med strategispillet Civilization IV i samfunnsfag i videregående skole. Spillet krever en systemorientert håndtering av komplekse samfunnsforhold, noe som er utfordrende ...
  • Verification and Strategy Synthesis for Coalition Announcement Logic 

    Alechina, Natasha; van Ditmarsch, Hans; Galimullin, Rustam; Wang, Tuo (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Coalition announcement logic (CAL) is one of the family of the logics of quantified announcements. It allows us to reason about what a coalition of agents can achieve by making announcements in the setting where the ...
  • Understanding digital disconnection beyond media studies 

    Moe, Hallvard; Madsen, Ole Jacob (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Digital disconnection or ‘digital detox’ has become a key reference point for media scholars interested in how media technology increasingly gains influence on our everyday lives. Digital disconnection from intrusive media ...
  • No Finite Model Property for Logics of Quantified Announcements 

    van Ditmarsch, Hans; French, Tim; Galimullin, Rustam (Chapter, 2021)
    Quantification over public announcements shifts the perspective from reasoning strictly about the results of a particular announcement to reasoning about the existence of an announcement that achieves some certain epistemic ...
  • Automation and redistribution of work: the impact of social distancing on live TV production 

    Okopnyi, Pavel; Guribye, Frode; Caruso, Valentina; Juhlin, Oskar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
  • Informal Caregivers and Psychosocial Support: Analysis of European Dementia Policy Documents 

    Tokovska, Miroslava; Nour, Magde Mohamed; Sørensen, Anette; Goth, Ursula-Georgine Småland (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Various countries in Europe have different strategies for promoting care solutions for dementia challenges. The different approaches of Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Gibraltar, Ireland, Israel, ...
  • Åland - A peculiar media system 

    Linden, Carl-Gustav (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    This article captures the dynamics of a special case when it comes to media systems, namely the Åland Islands, or Åland, with 6,700 islands and 30,000 inhabitants. Åland is one of three self-governed areas in the Nordic ...
  • Visual Rhetoric and the Power of Imagery: A Brief Lesson in the Rhetorical Power of Images and the Need for phronesis and krisis in the Teaching of Visual Rhetoric 

    Kjeldsen, Jens Elmelund (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Since the ancient rhetoricians, humans have awarded imagery, the visual, and the vivid an extraordinary effect on emotions and memory. Such assumptions have led to iconophobia, iconoclasm, and myths about the special power ...
  • Nordic journalists’ conceptual roles and perceived influences. A European and inter-Nordic comparison 

    Hovden, Jan Fredrik; Väliverronen, Jari (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    In this article, we comparatively explore Nordic journalists’ perceived roles and influences on their work using survey data from the Worlds of Journalism project (2012–2016). In a European context, a principal component ...

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