Katie Davis book, Technology's Child, was officially published on Tuesday, March 7. Among the highlights:
- Technology's Child was chosen by The Next Big Idea Club as a March 2023 Must-Read Book.
- The book was reviewed this week in Seattle's Child.
- Katie was interviewed for the Harvard EdCast and No Silly Questions podcast.
- Katie gave a talk at the University of Michigan's Interactive and Social Computing (MISC) speaker series.
- She’ll be giving talks at Town Hall Seattle as well as at U Penn, University of Maryland, MIT, Harvard, and CMU in the coming month.
Marika Cifor (Co-PI), David M Ribes (PI), Stephen Molldrem (University of Texas Medical), and Andrew R Spieldenner (California State University) were awarded a 3 year, $150,607 NSF/SBE/SES grant for their project “Research Community Development Grant: Collaborative Research: Knowledge of HIV/AIDS: Expertise, Participation, and the Archive in the Long Pandemic.”
Chirag Shah was gifted an AWS AI Amazon Research Award for his project “Fairness as a Service: Operationalizing Fairness in Search and Recommendation Applications Through a Novel Multi-Objective Optimization Framework.” The award is 70,000 in cash funding and an additional $50,000 in AWS credits.
Chirag Shah gave a keynote titled "What does Fairness in Information Access Mean and Can We Achieve It?” at NUS Symposium on Search and Data Mining (NSSDM) in Singapore.
Chirag Shah also authored The Conversation article, “AI information retrieval: A search engine researcher explains the promise and peril of letting ChatGPT and its cousins search the web for you.”
Marika Cifor was interviewed about her book, Viral Cultures: Activist Archiving in the Age of AIDS, for the Society of American Archivists’ Archives in Context Podcast, Season 7, Episode 3.
Marika also gave an invited book talk as part of the 5th Season of Disrupting Disruptions: Feminist and Accessible Publishing and Communications Technologies Speaker and Workshop Series. The talk was organized by Dr. Alex Ketchum (McGill) and co-hosted by the DIGS Lab (Concordia).
Chirag Shah was
- quoted in the Content People article, “Search is evolving in unpredictable ways. Google and SEO-related industries might not keep up.”
- was interviewed for the On Research podcast episode, Artificial Intelligence in Research.