NoTube exploits the richness of data on the Web to enhance the TV experience (video)

This video summarizes the NoTube approach to open source software that allows you to exploit the richness of data on the Web to enhance the TV experience. We analyze social web user activities to create continuously evolving user profiles. We enrich TV metadata and user interests with open linked data available on the Web and in this way we can discover serendipitous connections between TV programs.

With these tools you will always be able to recommend interesting programs, which viewers may not have found otherwise. Users can enjoy sharing recommendation with friends via multiple personal devices in real time. And with our second screen TV controls watching together-apart becomes a reality.

About Lora Aroyo

I am is an associate professor Intelligent Information Systems, at the Web and Media Group, Department of Computer Science, VU University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I am also a scientific coordinator of the EU Integrated Project: NoTube: Integration of Web and TV Data with the Help of Semantics, http://notube.tv Go to my web page for more details: http://lora-aroyo.org
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