We envision an improved social Web, in which the Trolls' disruptive power is inhibited or restricted, and the content produced by and shared among community members can gain authoritativeness. We believe that argumentation theories have the potential to give a key contribution to this vision. We sketch a research path in this direction and discuss some research questions.

Arguments against the Troll

TORRONI, PAOLO;PRANDINI, MARCO;RAMILLI, MARCO;
2010

Abstract

We envision an improved social Web, in which the Trolls' disruptive power is inhibited or restricted, and the content produced by and shared among community members can gain authoritativeness. We believe that argumentation theories have the potential to give a key contribution to this vision. We sketch a research path in this direction and discuss some research questions.
Proc. of the Eleventh AI*IA Symposium on Artificial Intelligence
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P. Torroni; M. Prandini; M. Ramilli; J. Leite; J. Martins
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