Registration is managed by ICWSM at https://www.icwsm.org/2023/index.html/#registration.
Note that it is possible to register for the workshop only at a much lower rate than the full-conference fees.
The workshop will be held as a half-day meeting on 5th June 2022 from 14:00-17:30 Nikosia time (UTC+3) in hybrid mode.
We are looking forward to an exciting mix of activities including invited speakers and paper presentations. All times shown below are UTC+3.
- 14:00: Introductions
- 14:05: Keynote: Kiran Garimella
- Title: “Fact-checking on Encrypted Platforms”
- 14:30: Paper #1:
- “Benchmark Evaluation for Tasks with Highly Subjective Crowdsourced Annotations: Case study in Argument Mining of Political Debates”. Rafael Mestre, Matt Ryan, Stuart E. Middleton, Richard Gomer, Masood Gheasi, Jiatong Zhu and Timothy J. Norman
- 14:50: Paper #2:
- “CoMID: COVID-19 Misinformation Alignment Detection Using Content and User Data”. Nazanin Jafari, Sheikh Muhammad Sarwar, James Allan, Keen Sung, Shiri Dori-Hacohen and Matthew Rattigan
- 15:10: Interactive group activity:
- 16:00: Coffee break
- 16:30: Paper #3:
- “Identifying Different Layers of Online Misogyny”. Wienke Strathern and Jürgen Pfeffer
- 16:50: Paper #4:
- “Toxicity Inspector: A Framework to Evaluate Ground Truth in Toxicity Detection Through Feedback”. Huriyyah Althenayan, Rahaf Bahlas, Manar Alharbi, Lena Alsuwailem, Abeer Aldayel and Rehab Alahmadi
- 17:10: Paper #5:
- “The End of the Rehydration Era - The Problem of Sharing Harmful Twitter Research Data”. Dennis Assenmacher, Indira Sen, Leon Fröhling and Claudia Wagner
- 17:30: Closing statement
- 17:40: Workshop ends
While we highly encourage in-person attendance, we are planning to live stream the workshop on Zoom.
Keynote: Kiran Garimella
Kiran Garimella is an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University. His research deals with using large-scale data to tackle societal issues such as misinformation, political polarization, and hate speech. Prior to joining Rutgers, Dr. Garimella was the Michael Hammer postdoc at the Institute for Data, Systems and Society at MIT and a postdoc at EPFL, Switzerland. His work on studying and mitigating polarization on social media won the best paper awards at top computer science conferences. Kiran received his Ph.D. in computer science at Aalto University, Finland, and Masters & Bachelors from IIIT Hyderabad, India. Prior to his Ph.D., he worked as a Research Engineer at Yahoo Research, Barcelona, and QCRI, Doha.