Martino MensioPhD Research Student
Part of the Social Data Science group, I started my PhD at the Open University on 1st October 2019 under the supervision of Harith Alani and Alistair Willis.
In my PhD I want to explore how different articles present the same events, by using different emphasis and selecting different details and therefore providing a different framing.
In the past, I worked on the Co-Inform project with the objective of creating tools to identify the credibility of news sources and help to develop critical thinking.
26 Apr 2022
09 Mar 2022
30 Sep 2021
14 Nov 2019
07 Nov 2019
Denaux, R., Mensio, M., Gomez-Perez, J. and Alani, H. (2021) Weaving a Semantic Web of Credibility Reviews for Explainable Misinformation Detection (Extended Abstract), Thirtieth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Montreal
Piccolo, L., Blackwood, A., Farrell, T. and Mensio, M. (2021) Agents for Fighting Misinformation Spread on Twitter: Design Challenges, Conversational User Interfaces CUI 2021, Online
Burel, G., Farrell, T., Mensio, M., Khare, P. and Alani, H. (2020) Co-Spread of Misinformation and Fact-Checking Content during the Covid-19 Pandemic, Proceedings of the 12th International Social Informatics Conference (SocInfo), Pisa, Italy
Mensio, M. and Alani, H. (2020) Towards a Cross-article Narrative Comparison of News, Workshop: Text2Story'20 at 42nd European Conference on Information Retrieval, Lisbon, Portugal
Mensio, M. (2020) One event: different stories