Marika Cifor, along with Patricia Garcia (University of Michigan) and Anita Say Chan (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), presented the Feminist Data Manifest-NO at Data & Society for an invited Welcome Wednesday event. The Feminist Data Manifest-NO is a collective production of the Feminist Data Studies Workshop, a group of information scholars that includes Anna Lauren Hoffmann.
Jevin West was quoted in the KOMO News article, “Fake you? Voice cloning allows for creation of audio that may not be authentic.”
Mike Katell presented “Toward Situated Interventions for Algorithmic Equity: Lessons from the Field” at the ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAT*) in Barcelona, Spain. The paper was coauthored by Meg Young and former iSchool postdoc Peaks Krafft, along with Dharma Dailey, Bernease Herman, Vivian Guetler, Aaron Tam, Corinne Bintz, and Daniella Raz.
Miranda Belarde-Lewis was quoted in the Seattle Times editorial, “Don’t send Seattle’s federal archives across the country.”
Chirag Shah and Ruoyuan Gao at Rutgers University published an article in the journal Information Processing and Management (IP&M). The title of the article is “Toward Creating a Fairer Ranking in Search Engine Results.”