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CIS 720 Seminar – A Talk on Social Media Harassment by Prof. Bo Sophia

Dear CIS Students and Faculty, Please join us at the CIS 720 Seminar this Monday, November 30(4:30p-5:30p HST) for Prof. Bo Sophia Xiao’s talk, “Standing Up orStanding By: Understanding Bystanders’ Proactive Reporting Responsesto Social Media Harassment.” Abstract:Social media harassment, a cyberbullying behavior, poses a seriousthreat to users and owners of social media. A growing body […]

Terence Rose

CIS 720 Seminar – A Talk on Digital Talking Book Program

Please join us at the CIS 720 Seminar this Monday, November 23 (4:30p-5:30p HST) for CIS PhD Candidate Terence Rose’s talk on his dissertation research. Bio: Terence Rose is a CIS PhD student (ABD). His interests include provision of library services to special populations (focusing on issues of access to information, communication rights, and the […]

Brandie M. Nonnecke

CIS 720 Seminar – A Fireside Chat on AI Ethics with Brandie Nonnecke

Please join us at the CIS 720 Seminar this Monday, November 16 (4:30p-5:30p HST) for Dr. Brandie Nonnecke’s Fireside Chat on AI Ethics“. Dr. Nonnecke will engage in a discussion with CIS about the many important issues related to ethics and AI.  Please bring any questions you have for our discussion. Bio:   Brandie Nonnecke, PhD is Founding Director of the CITRIS Policy Lab, headquartered at UC Berkeley. Brandie has […]

LALA HAJIBAYOVA

CIS 720 Seminar – From a Research Question to a Research Agenda: Investigation of Individuals’ Shared Perceptions and Engagements with the Cultural Objects in Digital Network Environment

Please join us at the CIS 720 Seminar this Monday, November 2 (4:30p-5:30p HST) for Dr. Lala Hajibayova‘s presentation — “From a research question to a research agenda: Investigation of individuals’ shared perceptions and engagements with the cultural objects in digital network environment.”   Title: From a research question to a research agenda: Investigation of individuals’ shared perceptions and […]

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