Multimedia social communication is becoming commonplace. Television is becoming smart and social; media sharing applications are transforming the way we converse and recall events and videoconferencing is a common application on our computers, phones, tablets and even televisions. The confluence of computer-mediated interaction, social networking, and multimedia content are radically reshaping social communications, bringing new challenges and opportunities. This workshop, in its second edition, provides an opportunity to explore socially-aware multimedia, in which the social dimension of mediated interactions between people are considered to be as important as the characteristics of the media content. Even though this social dimension is implicitly addressed in some current solutions, further research is needed to better understand what makes multimedia socially-aware.
Information (theme 2), Software (theme 1)
ACM
Unspecified
dx.doi.org/10.1145/2502081.2503833
Video Communications for Networked Communities
ACM International Multimedia Conference
Distributed and Interactive Systems

César Garcia, P.S, Copper, M, Shamma, D.A, & Williams, D. (2013). 2nd International workshop on socially-aware multimedia (SAM'13). In Proceedings of ACM Multimedia 2013 (pp. 1099–1100). ACM. doi:10.1145/2502081.2503833