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DE 2021-07-24
13:45
Kanagawa KAIT IT extension center (Hybrid)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Social Emotional Change Estimation using Twitter
Fujio Toriumi (UT), Michimasa Inaba (UEC) DE2021-11
In this paper, we developed a new emotion estimation model using BERT to extract social emotions from Twitter.
The accu... [more]
DE2021-11
pp.58-62
NLC 2020-02-16
14:45
Tokyo Seikei University Trend analysis of media company SNS account based on user reaction time
Takeshi Sakaki (HTL), Fujio Toriumi (UT) NLC2019-37
In recent years, due to the spread of web and SNS, various problems related to information diffusion such as the spread... [more] NLC2019-37
pp.7-11
AI 2018-02-17
15:40
Tokyo   Estimation of variable price in the hotel industry
Naoto Kajimura, Fujio Toriumi (Univ.Tokyo), Sumitaka Annoura (Kanzashi) AI2017-31
(To be available after the conference date) [more] AI2017-31
pp.77-81
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2016-12-07
- 2016-12-09
Kochi Kochi City Culture Plaza (CUL-PORT) Development of werewolf battle system that gave a gaze motion
Satoshi Nira, Daisuke Katagami (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ), Fujio Toriumi (UT), Hirotaka Osawa (Tsukuba univ.), Michimasa Inaba (HCU), Kosuke Shinoda (UEC)
The purpose of this research is to develop a werewolf battle system which enables to naturally play werewolf by introduc... [more]
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2016-12-07
- 2016-12-09
Kochi Kochi City Culture Plaza (CUL-PORT) Paraphrase Generation of translated AIWolf protocol using Werewolf BBS Logs
Hirofumi Nakamura, Daisuke Katagami (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.), Fujio Toriumi (Tokyo Univ.), Hirotaka Osawa (Tsukuba Univ.), Michimasa Inaba (Hiroshima City Univ.), Kosuke Shinoda (UEC), Yoshinobu Kano (Shizuoka Univ.)
We develop a system that replay 'Are you a werewolf?' played by AIWolves as if human players play the game. AIWolves com... [more]
CNR 2015-06-29
15:15
Tokyo   Prototyping Robot Agent which Plays the "Werewolf" game
Hirotaka Osawa, Wataru Kayano (Univ. of Tsukuba), Daisuke Katagami (Tokyo Polytechnic University), Fujio Toriumi (The Univ. of Tokyo), Michimasa Inaba (Hiroshima City University), Kosuke Shinoda (The University of Electro-Communications) CNR2015-3
Communication game "Werewolf" requires social intelligence that for reasoning others' intentions and persuade them.The a... [more] CNR2015-3
pp.11-14
DE 2015-06-20
10:00
Tokyo Recruit Technologies Simulation Model for Reduction of Risk of Minors on Net Communication
Takafumi Nakanishi (GLOCOM), Fujio Toriumi (Tokyo), Mitsuteru Tashiro (Tama), Kiyotaka Eguchi (Tokyo)
In this paper, we represent a new simulator for communication risk on SNS such as LINE. We are co-working with LINE Corp... [more]
SP 2015-01-22
13:30
Gifu Juroku Plaza [Invited Talk] Time series analysis for Financial Informatics
Fujio Toriumi (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2014-131
 [more] SP2014-131
pp.25-30
AI, JSAI-DOCMAS, JSAI-KBS, JSAI-SAI, IPSJ-ICS 2013-03-10
- 2013-03-13
Hokkaido   *
Ryosuke Ishizu, Eizo Akiyama (Univ. of Tsukiba), Fujio Toriumi (Univ. of Tokyo) AI2012-41
The infuluence of Microblogs like Facebook and Twitter is becoming
bigger and bigger along with the rapid popularizati... [more]
AI2012-41
pp.1-5
AI, JSAI-DOCMAS, JSAI-KBS, JSAI-SAI, IPSJ-ICS 2013-03-10
- 2013-03-13
Hokkaido   Emergence of cultural diversity in a group -- Elucidation of the mechanism of group formation by the model based on Axelrod's cultural model --
Kimitaka Asatani, Hirotada Ohashi, Fujio Toriumi, Chen Yu (Univ. of Tokyo) AI2012-51
In modern society, culture is formed by individuals who sift through the surrounding culture by some criteria. Mathemati... [more] AI2012-51
pp.61-66
AI, JSAI-DOCMAS, JSAI-KBS, JSAI-SAI, IPSJ-ICS 2013-03-10
- 2013-03-13
Hokkaido   Detection of Anomaly order for Phase Transition in the Stock Market
Toshimitsu Umeoka (Nagoya Univ.), Fujio Toriumi (Univ. of Tokyo), Takatsugu Hirayama, Yu Enokibori, Kenji Mase (Nagoya Univ.) AI2012-52
 [more] AI2012-52
pp.67-72
DE 2012-12-13
10:25
Kyoto Campus Plaza Kyoto Centrality Analysis and Classification of Twitter Accounts in the Great East Japan Earthquake
Hiroki Ishihara, Hirohiko Suwa (UEC), Fujio Toriumi (Todai), Toshizumi Ohta (UEC) DE2012-29
Using tweets extracted from Twitter during the Great East Japan Earthquake 2011, social network analysis techniques were... [more] DE2012-29
pp.87-92
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2012-12-10
- 2012-12-12
Kumamoto Kumamoto-Shintoshin-plaza Data acquisition using gamification for training a dialogue agent
Naoyuki Iwata (Nagoya Univ.), Fujio Toriumi (The Univ. of Tokyo), Takatsugu Hirayama, Yu Enokibori (Nagoya Univ.), Michimasa Inaba (Hiroshima City Univ.), Kenji Mase (Nagoya Univ.)
We design a no-task oriented dialogue agent.
This agent requires a large amount of training data in order to chat prope... [more]

AI 2012-06-21
15:15
Tokyo   [Invited Talk] Analysis of Retweet on Twitter under the Disaster Situation
Fujio Toriumi (The University of Tokyo), Kousuke Shinoda (RIKEN), Satoshi Kurihara (Osaka Univ), Takeshi Sakaki (The University of Tokyo), Kazuhiro Kazama (NTT), Itsuki Noda (AIST) AI2012-4
In this paper, we analyzed the 400 millions of Tweet data which posted around the Great East Japan Earthquake to find
h... [more]
AI2012-4
pp.19-24
NLC 2012-02-03
10:05
Niigata   Relation analysis of high degree user on Twitter by using follow similarity
Akihiro Koide, Kazumi Saito (Univ of Shizuoka), Fujio Toriumi (Nagoya Univ), Kazuhiro Kazama (NTT Network Innovation Laboratories) NLC2011-62
In this paper, as the first step to construct user models on Twitter, we focus on the high degree users who are consider... [more] NLC2011-62
pp.37-42
AI 2009-09-25
11:20
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Clock Tower Network Analysis for Growth of SNS Members
Kiyoshi Izumi (AIST), Yasuhiro Hashimoto (Univ. of Tokyo), Fujio Toriumi (Nagoya Univ.), Hitoshi Yamamoto (Rissho Univ.), Hirohiko Suwa (UEC), Isamu Okada (Soka Univ.) AI2009-11
Using decision tree analysis, we analyzed the growth of 1,200 active SNSs in So-net SNS (beta version). As a result, we ... [more] AI2009-11
pp.13-18
AI 2009-09-25
16:40
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Clock Tower Extraction and Evaluation of Agents' Behavior-Patterns on Robocup Simulation
Fujio Toriumi, Kenichiro Ishii (Nagoya Univ) AI2009-18
 [more] AI2009-18
pp.49-54
AI, IPSJ-ICS, JSAI-KBS 2009-03-03
09:00
Miyagi Laforet Zao Resort & Spa Evaluation method of Non-task-oriented dialogue system using Semantic Network
Michimasa Inaba, Naoki Isomura, Fujio Toriumi, Kenichiro Ishii (Nagoya Univ.) AI2008-69
Recently, computerized dialogue systems have been actively investigated and used in various fields.
However, There are ... [more]
AI2008-69
pp.29-34
AI, IPSJ-ICS, JSAI-KBS 2009-03-03
11:00
Miyagi Laforet Zao Resort & Spa Analysis of user behavior in SNS
Ryuichi Yamaguchi, Fujio Toriumi, Kenichiro Ishii (Nagoya Univ)
Recently, Social Networking Services (SNS) have become a social phenomenon on theInternet.There are many small SNSs, inc... [more] AI2008-76
pp.69-74
AI 2008-09-16
15:25
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Clock Tower Analysis of the Network of the Regional SNS
Fujio Toriumi, Ken Ishida, Kenichiro Ishii (Nagoya Univ) AI2008-22
In this paper, we analyze the network structure of a regional SNS.
From the viewpoint of network topology, the major ch... [more]
AI2008-22
pp.33-38
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