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Chicago's Morning Answer: The Dan Proft Show: Freedom Of Speech On Social Media

Kalev appeared on the Dan Proft show this morning with guest host John Hinderaker from the Powerline Blog to discuss…

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CNN's Covid-19 Dashboard Disappears In Leadup To Election

Beginning October 27th, CNN sharply decreased the daily airtime of its COVID-19 tracking dashboard, dropping to zero from November 4…

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World Congress Of Science & Factual Producers: Big Data, Big Stories

Kalev will be speaking at the 2020 World Congress Of Science & Factual Producers in a talk titled "Big Data,…

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Improved Unicode Escaping In Visual Global Knowledge Graph EXIF Data

Historically, the Visual Global Knowledge Graph has embedded extracted EXIF metadata in standard UTF8 JSON encoding. This has proved challenging…

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A Compilation Of All EXIF Tags In The Visual Global Knowledge Graph In 2020

Since its launch in December 2015, the Visual Global Knowledge Graph (VGKG) has analyzed more than 600 million images from…

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Improved OCR Language Support In The Visual Global Knowledge Graph

Building on advances in Google's Cloud Vision API OCR, which today supports more than 220 languages, the Visual Global Knowledge…

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DyERNIE: Dynamic Evolution of Riemannian Manifold Embeddings For Temporal Knowledge Graph Completion

This paper by researchers at LMU Munich, Siemens AG and Technical University of Munich uses GDELT as a dataset to…

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Television News Never Stopped Talking About The Election After 2016

In the aftermath of the 2014 election, mentions of "election" on television news quickly dropped off to its previous levels….

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Mentions Of "Illegitimate" Soar During Trump Era On Television News

The term "illegitimate" rarely appeared on television news over Obama's tenure, though MSNBC used it more than its peers, but…

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Immigration All But Disappears From Television News Since August 2019

Immigration has ebbed and flowed over the past decade on television news, increasing in early 2013 and remaining elevated since…

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Comparing "Blue Wave" In 2017-2018 And 2020 On Television News

The term "blue wave" first emerged on television news in November 2017, ramping up almost linearly through the 2018 midterms….

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Election News Displaces Covid-19 Coverage On Television News

Beginning this past Sat., Covid-19 began to fade from television news, all but disappearing since Weds, reaching the lowest levels…

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Mentions Of Electoral College Still Below 2016 Peak Levels

With the election once again hinging on the electoral college, it is worth noting that television news mentions are exceeding…

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Visual Global Knowledge Graph Upgrading To GDELT 3.0 Infrastructure

Just as the Global Difference Graph was upgraded to the GDELT 3.0 infrastructure earlier this week, we're excited to announce…

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The New Humanitarian: What's Being Drowned Out By The US Election

A look at just a handful of the stories from around the world that aren't being covered this week and…

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Global Difference Graph Now Running On GDELT 3.0 Infrastructure

We're excited to announce that the Global Difference Graph (GDG) is the first GDELT core system to be running on…

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Trump And Biden Neck And Neck In Television News Mentions

Mentions of Donald Trump and Joe Biden on CNN, MSNBC and Fox News this year have exploded since initially being…

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One Belt, One Road, One Sentiment? A Hybrid Approach To Gauging Public Opinions On The New Silk Road Initiative

This analysis by researchers at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore uses GDELT as a news baseline to evaluate sentiment analysis…

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Television News Mentions Of "Election" Not Higher Than Past Decade

For all of the talk of a historic election, television news mentions of the word "election" are not substantially higher…

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Global Relationship Graph Reaches 57 Million Entries

The new Global Relationship Graph pilot launched this past Wednesday has already reached 58 million records and climbing! We're incredibly…

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The Phrase "Big Tech" Took Off In 2017 On Television News And Google Trends

The phrase "big tech" entered the television news lexicon in a glimmer briefly at the end of 2013, but took…

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Using The Global Relationship Graph To Track Mask Mandate Reaction

How are mask mandates being described in the news? Using the new Global Relationship Graph's (GRG) Realtime Verb-Centered NGram Pilot…

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Conspiracy In The Time Of Corona: Automatic Detection Of Emerging COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories In Social Media And The News

This fascinating analysis uses GDELT as an index to Covid-19 news, performing topic modeling on the resulting coverage and examining…

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Global Relationship Graph: Realtime Verb-Centered NGram Pilot

This past July we debuted the Global Relationship Graph (GRG), an experimental new initiative in codifying the factual claims and relationships made…