Quantifying rappers’ rhyming skills
Eric Malmi, a doctoral student in Aalto, made a study on analyzing the lyrics of Finnish hip-hop artists. The post attracted a lot of attention and, among other, Eric gave an interview to a national radio station.
Predicting influence in social networks
What are mechanisms that determine how humans influence each other in social networks? Can we predict who will react in an input signal to the network and through which connections?
A new special issue: Old Against New, or a Coming of Age? Rethinking Broadcasting in an Era of Electronic Media
The Broadcast Education Association has released a special issue of the Journal of Broadcasting; Electronic Media, titled Old Against New, or a Coming of Age? Rethinking Broadcasting in an Era of Electronic Media. The issue was guest edited by HIIT alumna Airi Lampinen along with R. Stuart Geiger from UC Berkeley and Stacy Blasiola from University of Illinois at Chicago.
The future of authentication may be based on free-form gestures
User-generated free-form gestures for authentication: security and memorability
New video on The Finnish Centre of Excellence in Computational Inference Research (COIN)
Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT shares recent videos with you on the HIIT video channel on Youtube!