Roel: moment of discussion happens, overtly political moment.
Computational linguistics is removing the annotator There is always a human involved
Femke: annotator is middle person between systems of truth systems of truth --> constructions no construction before moment of discover
maybe the annotator is the negotiator?
making this process/figure visible/invisible --> example: was it an human or machine that wrote the text?
Cath: For me the annotator has the possibility to comment (so annotation is a conversatonal practice, rather than judgement) Annotation adds richness, meta-layers. The CLIPS version of annotation equals evaluation
Cristina:Interested in at what point objectivity becomes subjective. what is the wisdom of the crowd?
Manetta: Annotator becomes the author. What is the context? How? when? What classifiers? Description of the classifying process, protocol. Annotation scheme.
+Semantria applies Text and Sentiment Analysis to tweets, facebook posts, surveys, reviews or enterprise content : https://semantria.com/
Projects are shaped by what the tool does. Develop an addition, a patch, a library Sentiment is a function. Go through an annotation process ... of something more difficult than sentiment --> showing the annotation of the annotation --> insert it back into the pattern project ----> in order to reveal more than the outcome --> show the process annotation as valueing a source
annotator as someone who deduces
an annotation process
need to think abt the source & classifiers
Task: To develop an additional function for pattern that would: Allow the annotation process to become visible That problemetizes the annotation process as value-judgment That shows the consequence of the annotation process
Thinking from binaries
--------------------------------------- - what is the class conciousness of this text - is this content harassing - is this tweet racist -1 0 +1 - this is opinion is nuanced vs simplist / opinion-oriented - this statement is populist <-> elitist - this is common sense or a negation of it - Richard Stallman is a mysoginist - This is very funny or not funny at all - This is boring ... this is exciting - This is criminal - this is legal - Problematic - unproblematic - I agree with this statement -- I do not agree with this statement - This is likeable - This is probable or unrealistic (or speculative) - This is a good question - This is an authentic statement (or maybe: this statement has integrity) - This is an original statement - This is a relevant statement -this is a controversial statement - How WIRED is this story (solutionism?) - Equality ... - This is spam - this is art - Dystopic vs Utopia
What would work with Social Sciences on Gutenberg
- Is this progressive (when) - Patronizing (paternalist?), Paternalism "the system, principle, or practice of managing or governing individuals, businesses, nations, etc., in the manner of a father dealing benevolently and often intrusively with his children" - Radical