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MobiRate: Making Mobile Raters Stick to their Word

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Using mobile phones, people may create and distribute different types of digital content (e.g., photos, videos). Then, to avoid content overload, they need to locate quality content. They may do so by having their phones exchange ratings with each other. I will talk about how mobile phones store ratings in a secure way*

Bio: Daniele Quercia is finishing his PhD at the Computer Science department of the University College London, working in the Networks Research Group. His research is sponsored by Microsoft Research, focuses on mobile content-sharing applications and is summarized in this 1-page description:

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