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Methods Hub Seminar Series - Trace of Organized Crime: A Web-based Analysis on Sexual Services Advertised on the Internet (June 16, 11am)
Social Sciences Faculty
Uploaded on 2022-05-24 12:47:34
By taking advantage of web-based research methods, the current project aims to generate original empirical data and provide a better understanding of the online sex market in Macau. In particular, by intergrading text mining and image analysis on advertisement posts, the study shows possible trace o...
網絡公審--彰顯公義還是另類監控? Internet Judges: Manifesting Social Justice or Panopticon for Regulation?
General Education Unit
Uploaded on 2017-02-03 16:25:04
人人都是評論家 Commentating in An Information Bubble
General Education Unit
Uploaded on 2017-02-03 15:41:42
當社會越來越二元分化,我們該如何走出「同溫層」?三位熱衷時政的網絡評論家,將為輿論界作一次前瞻與回顧。 Amidst the Internet filled with key opinion leaders, is there a way to discern the quality of the commentaries? How can we escape the stratosphere...
CCST9003 Everyday Computing and the Internet
Technology-Enriched Learning Initiative
Uploaded on 2016-09-14 14:34:49
In order to make informed decisions in this information age, everyone needs to have an efficient way to sift through and evaluate the myriads of information that is available through the Internet. The ultimate objective of this course is to help students develop a 'computational' state of mi...
"The Internet of Everything" by Professor Michael Shamos
Dept of Computer Science
Uploaded on 2015-02-26 09:44:23
MSc(ECom&IComp) Experts Address Series 2014-15
Seminar: Mutual Granger-causality of Charcoal Burning Suicides, Internet Search and Media Coverage - Evidence from Taiwan
HKJC Ctr for Suicide Research & Preventn
Uploaded on 2013-07-04 09:56:49
Convergence between Television and the Internet: Challenges for Content Regulation in a Connected Media Environment
Journalism & Media Studies Ctr
Uploaded on 2012-03-22 15:46:12
Keeping the Internet Open
Law Faculty
Uploaded on 2010-09-16 10:24:41
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