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Self-sustainable Water Leak Detection System for Buildings
The algorithmic detection of subcultural or niche taste trends is of growing importance in targeted advertising. This demonstration presents research using online music analysis tools from Spotify, Musicbrainz, and Rovi coupled with aggregated music listening behavior from Facebook users to detect individual tastes and emerging taste trends amongst social groups. This research is presented alongside historical signifiers of music taste such as fashion, music collections, and subcultural knowledge.
This map visualizes demographic indicators of gentrification in neighborhoods (defined by census tracts) along the current and proposed path of the Atlanta Beltline, an "urban redevelopment" project under construction along a loop of disused railroad tracks that circumvent the city, stitching together some of its most historic neighborhoods.
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MakerGhat is a local makerspace in India designed to cater specifically to low-resourced innovators.
A multidisciplinary team of researchers has received a grant from the NSF to study the mental health outcomes of COVID-19 through examination of social media activity and geographic epidemiological data.
Error in the data, said School of Interactive Computing Ph.D. student Sindhu Ernala, can impact the inferences drawn from the data itself.
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