Technology Archive

Terri Kurtzberg, Rutgers Business School – Deception by Device

Does your device change how you interact with people online? Terri Kurtzberg, professor of management and

Madalina Vlasceanu, New York University – Bias and A.I.

On New York University Week:Β  Artificial intelligence unfortunately isn’t without bias. Madalina Vlasceanu, assistant professor of

Nicholas Caporusso, Northern Kentucky University – Creating Compelling Visual Representation of Literature

On Northern Kentucky University Week: Have you seen the A.I. generated art floating around the internet?

Suellen Hopfer, University of California Irvine – Social Media Strategies to Educate Young Adults on Vaccines

How do we best educate young adults about vaccines? Suellen Hopfer, assistant professor of health, society,

Sumantra Sarkar, Binghamton University – Employees and Internet Security Policies

Digital security will only get more important in the future. Sumantra Sarkar, associate professor of management

Rachael Woldoff, West Virginia University – Digital Nomads

Being a nomad is possible in our digital world. Rachael Woldoff, professor of sociology at West

Sabine von Mering, Brandeis University – Antisemitism and Social Media Algorithms

Do social media algorithms hurt or help society? Sabine von Mering, professor of German and Women’s,

Benjamin Weissman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Emoji: Language or Communication?

On Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Week: What’s your favorite emoji? Benjamin Weissman, lecturer of cognitive science, surveys

Linda Charmaraman, Wellesley College – For LGBTQ Youth, Social Media Can Have Unexpected Benefits

Social media’s drawbacks are well documented, but there are positives too. Linda Charmaraman, senior research scientist

Jinglu Jiang, Binghamton University – Designing Better Human-A.I. Collaboration

Designing better human and A.I. connections will be crucial in the future. Jinglu Jiang, assistant research