Aylin Caliskan was awarded a $1,043,249 grant from the NIST Information Technology Laboratory on Measurement and Engineering Research and Standards for her project “Human-AI Bias Interaction in Decision Making.”
Lorcan Dempsey has been awarded the K&IM (Knowledge & Information Management) Walford Award in recognition of his outstanding contribution to knowledge and information services.
Chirag Shah has been awarded the Outstanding Contributions to Information Behavior Research Award of the ASIS&T SIG USE Awards.
Xuhai (Orson) Xu, Margaret Morris, Tim Althoff, Anind Dey, Jennifer Mankoff and other co-authors received the Best Paper award for “GLOBEM: Cross-Dataset Generalization of Longitudinal Human Behavioral Modeling” in the Proceedings of the ACM Journal on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies.
Marika Cifor gave a keynote titled “Viral Cultures” at the Lives and Legacies of the Visual AIDS Archive at The Whitney Museum of American Art.
Marika Cifor gave an invited talk on her book, Viral Cultures: Activist Archiving in the Age of AIDS, for a webinar focused on Information Science scholarship called ASIS&T Meet the Authors. A recording of this webinar is available to ASIS&T members.
Chirag Shah gave an invited talk on “AI and the Dilemma of Human Centered Research” at the ASIS&T SIG USE Symposium.
Tessa Campbell was a panelist on the Spectrum Doctoral Fellows panel hosted by the Association of Library Science in Education (ALISE).