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Method and System for Detecting and Handling Context Information in Delivered Content

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000249300D
Publication Date: 2017-Feb-15
Document File: 2 page(s) / 49K

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Abstract

Disclosed are a method and system for detecting and handling context information in delivered content. Software installed on the user’s device performs a search of the published content to determine whether the contextual sense is complete as per the authentic source, accordingly identifies missing content needed to make the content contextually complete, and presents the complete content to the user.

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Method and System for Detecting and Handling Context Information in Delivered Content

The contextual meaning of any content can be different if the complete content is split into multiple sub-segments. If the content is complete, then it makes sense; otherwise, it can convey a different meaning. In many situations, people select and share partial content, which changes the meaning of the original message. In this situation, other people who that listen or read the content receive a different meaning, which can create confusion. Content sharing and broadcasting play a vital role.

Existing methods or techniques for identifying missing or misleading information (e.g., fact-checkers), do not include the logic needed to determine inaccuracy or incompleteness in the context, correlate knowledge and social data, automatically determine a user's preferred content and level of detail, overlay any new content, nor enable user interaction in response to the new content.

During content sharing or broadcasting, if the medium delivers partial content, which conveys a different meaning, then a method and system are needed to highlight that content and show the correct sense.

The novel contribution is a method and system for detecting and handling context information in delivered content.

Upon content delivery, installed software searches for the contextual completeness of the delivered content and accordingly notifies the user of any contextual incompleteness found within the content. For any contextually incomplete content, the software delivers the missing content along with the incomplete content. The system can deliver the missing content as an overlay of the incomplete content or highlight the contextually incomplete content with audio/visual signals, and then deliver the missing content through a different channel (e.g., application, social network, short messaging service (SMS), etc.

The user can share the missing content along with the contextually incomplete contents, allowing other users to view the complete sense of the delivered content and stop spreading...