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One does not simply produce funny memes! — Explorations on the Automatic Generation of Internet humor

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Subject

Computational Creativity

Related Project

ConCreTe - Concept Creation Technology

Conference

7th International Conference on Computational Creativity, June 2016


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Year 2020 : 4 citations

 Swamy, S. D., Laddha, S., Abdussalam, B., Datta, D., and Jamatia, A. (2020). NIT-Agartala-NLP-Team at SemEval-2020 Task 8: Building Multimodal Classifiers to tackle Internet Humor. In Proceedings of 14th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation, SemEval 2020. ACL.

 Stockl, H., Caple, H., and Pflaeging, J. (2020). Shifts towards image-centricity in contemporary multimodal practices. In Shifts towards Image-centricity in Contemporary Multimodal Practices: An Introduction, chapter 1. Routledge.

 Sadasivam, A. (2020). memebot: Automatic image meme generation for online social interaction. Master’s thesis, Arizona State University.

 Guo, X., Ma, J., and Zubiaga, A. (2020). NUAA-QMUL at SemEval 2020 task 8: Utilizing bert and densenet for internet meme emotion analysis. In Proceedings of the 14th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation. ACL.

Year 2019 : 2 citations

 Zappavigna, M. (2019). “and then he said. . . no one has more respect for women than i do”: Intermodal relations and intersubjectivity in image macros. In Image-Centric Practices in the Contemporary Media Sphere, London, UK. Routledge.

 Shimomoto, E. K., Souza, L., Gatto, B. B., and Fukui, K. (2019). News2meme: An automatic content generator from news based on word subspaces from text and image. In Proceedings of International Conference on Machine Vision Applications 2019, MVA 2019, Tokyo, Japan.

Year 2018 : 1 citations

 Zannettou, S., Caulfield, T., Blackburn, J., Cristofaro, E. D., Sirivianos, M., Stringhini, G., and Suarez-Tangil, G. (2018). On the origins of memes by means of fringe web communities. CoRR, abs/1805.12512.

Year 2017 : 2 citations

 Nijholt, A., Niculescu, A. I., Valitutti, A., and Banchs, R. E. (2017). Humor in human-computer interaction: A short survey. In Proceedings of Workshop on Designing Humour in Human- Computer Interaction, HUMIC 2017, Mumbai, India.

 Putasinski, M., Okumura, N., and Jepka, R. (2017). A review of the phenomenon and studies on emoticons : How play on symbols became science. Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence, 32(3):333–341.