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According to the Inria/TNS Sofres survey conducted this year, nearly one French person in two declared they could not do without social networks. Such interest on its own proves what a success the social web is, although success is not without an increase in private data now present in cyberspace. A thorough grasp of interaction tools and controlling one’s web image are becoming major challenges for tomorrow’s web, both for individuals and companies… as well as a challenge for researchers developing social web management tools.
- Digital Sciences
- Fabien Gandon
- Frédéric Cavazza
- Social media
- Social Networks
- Social web
- Digital world
Award - Social web
Anne-Marie Kermarrec, a senior research scientist at the Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique centre, has been presented with the 2013 Google Focused Award. The award comes in recognition of the Web-Alter Ego project, which she is pursuing in collaboration with EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), and which focuses on the establishment of an original architecture for personalising web services. Her work is being conducted within the ASAP project team, which she leads. This ambitious project will benefit from the results she obtained as part of the ERC SG project GOSSPLE.
The MOOC "Introduction to a Web of Linked Data" will be available on 21 November 2016 on the France Université Numérique (FUN) platform.
In January 2014, Inria and the company VISEO launched a joint laboratory called SMILK (Social Media Intelligence and Linked Knowledge), for a duration of three years. The aim of this joint laboratory was to accelerate the analysis of Web and social media content and data.