The paper “Do News Consumers Want Explanations for Personalized News Rankings?”, by Maartje Ter Hoeve (University of Amsterdam, Blendle), Mathieu Heruer (Blendle), Daan Odijk (Blendle), Anne Schuth (Blendle), Martijn Spitters (Blendle), Ron Mulder (Blendle), Nick van der Wildt (Blendle), and Maarten de Rijke (University of Amsterdam), was accepter at FATREC 2017, the workshop on Responsible Recommendation at … More FATREC paper on explaining personalized rankings was accepted
Today Jetse Koopmans joined Blendle Research. Jetse will be working with Arno Veenstra on clustering of articles.
Jeffrey Kuiken (University of Amsterdam, Blendle Research), Anne Schuth (Blendle Research), Martijn Spitters (Blendle Research), and Maarten Marx (University of Amsterdam) published their paper “Effective Headlines of Newspaper Articles in a Digital Environment”.
David Graus (FD Mediagroep) , Daan Odijk (Blendle Research), and Maarten de Rijke (University of Amsterdam) published their paper “The Birth of Collective Memories: Analyzing Emerging Entities in Text Streams”.
Blendle starts a research project with Maarten de Rijke and Isaac Sijaranamual, researchers at the University of Amsterdam (UvA). The project will focus on improving the search engine of Blendle. The UvA brings state-of-the-art research on semantic search to Blendle, while Blendle offers the UvA an experimentation platform, which is often lacking in academic research.