Batya Friedman presented a keynote at the iConference last week titled “Structure, Scale, and Time: iSchools, Artificial Intelligence, and which Future.”
Jochen Scholl had a peer-reviewed book chapter published titled "Digital Government Research: A Diverse Domain" in Y. Charalabidis, L. S. Flak, & G. V. Pereira (Eds.), Scientific Foundations of Digital Governance and Transformation: Concepts, Approaches and Challenges (Vol. 38, pp. 51-71). Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-92945-9
Annie Searle has published ”Reflections on Risk VI,” 27 research notes first published online in her monthly newsletter from 2019-2021. The focus of the research notes is on current operational risk gaps and technology issues in generally well-known corporations. Analysts and executives in the public and private sector will find the research notes both concise and diagnostic, covering topic areas such as global regulation, privacy, operational risk, cybersecurity and information ethics and policy. The authors are all students in her risk, cyber and information ethics courses.
Chirag Shah was quoted in a TechTarget article: “Enterprise hybrid AI use is poised to grow.”
Joanne Dallas and Jakob Collins were interviewed about their 2022 Capstone project for a Longview newspaper article titled “StoryWalk allows kids to read on the move around Lake Sacajawea.”