Marika Cifor and Co-Director, K.J. Rawson of Northeastern University, received a $349,759 National Endowment for the Humanities Research and Development Grant for the project, “Developing a Spanish-language Homosaurus: Using Multilanguage Linked Data to Enhance LGBTQ+ Resource Discoverability.” This is a three-year project with three partners, the San Francisco Public Library, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center and the Arizona Queer Archives, to develop a multilanguage linked data platform and a Spanish-language version of the Homosaurus.
The UW Tech Policy Lab was recognized by Bloomberg as a Top Legal Education Innovation Program within the Innovation & Experience category. Ryan Calo, Batya Friedman, and Yoshi Kohno (CSE) are Tech Policy Lab Co-Director. See Ryan’s TPL release, “UW Tech Policy Lab Recognized by Bloomberg as a Top Legal Education Innovation Program,” detailing this recognition.
Mike Teodorescu presented
- his paper “Determining systematic differences in human graders for machine learning-based automated hiring” at the December Harvard Business School 2022 Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Business Analytics.
- an invited chapter for the Research Handbook on AI and Decision Making at the authors’ workshop at the Copenhagen Business School in December.
Chirag Shah was quoted in:
- MIT Technology Review, “Here’s how Microsoft could use ChatGPT” on the concerns and possible integration of ChatGPT into Microsoft tools.
- AP News and The Seattle Times, “AI tools can create new images, but who is the real artist?” on the difficulty of tracing and verifying AI developed images.
Katie Davis and her forthcoming book, Technology's Child, were featured in Psychology Today article about parental guidance for children’s technology use: “Should Cell Phones Come With Health and Safety Advice?”