[Corpora-List] Corpora/recordings with deceptive text/language or lies, in discourse (forensic or other)? (Leon Derczynski)

Massimo Poesio poesio at essex.ac.uk
Fri Mar 7 11:46:02 CET 2014


Tommaso Fornaciari and myself have created two such corpora, one called DeCour of deceptive witness statements collected in Italian courts (see LREC 2012 and Journal of AI and Law 2013), and a more recent one called DeRev of deceptive Amazon reviews in English (see forthcoming EACL 2014 paper). Those corpora are publicly available although not yet directly downloadable, contact us to get them

Massimo Poesio

On 3/7/14 10:15 AM, corpora-request at uib.no wrote:
> Today's Topics:
>
> 1. Corpora/recordings with deceptive text/language or lies in
> discourse (forensic or other)? (Damir Cavar)
> 2. EACL 2014 Tutorial on Structured Sparsity in Natural
> Language Processing (Andre Martins)
> 3. lemma disambiguation of WordNet synsets (Valerio Basile)
> 4. Re: Corpora/recordings with deceptive text/language or lies
> in discourse (forensic or other)? (Jakub Piskorski)
> 5. Re: Corpora/recordings with deceptive text/language or lies
> in discourse (forensic or other)? (Leon Derczynski)
> 6. ANN: Corpus of 147 million quasi-relational Web tables
> released for public download (Robert Meusel)
> 7. TSD 2014 - Second Call for Papers (TSD 2014)
> 8. 3rd CfP: ACL workshop on NLP and Social Dynamics (Oren Tsur)
>
>
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> Date: Thu, 06 Mar 2014 16:46:40 -0500
> From: Damir Cavar<dcavar at me.com>
> Subject: [Corpora-List] Corpora/recordings with deceptive
> text/language or lies in discourse (forensic or other)?
> To: corpora at uib.no
>
> Hi everybody,
>
> I am looking for corpora with dialog/discourse transcribed and annotated
> wrt. deception or lies in various languages, and relevant recent work on
> linguistic cues (speech and language) in deceptive language. Where could
> one find such material? Maybe some police interview archives? Any idea?
>
> (I know, some of you will say, don't look far, just open up the daily
> newspaper or watch some TV... but, you know, what I mean... :-) )
>
> Thanks a lot!
>
> Damir
>



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