A farmer tends crops in Uganda, an area where bias in AI algorithms monitoring global crop health might misinterpret data due to a lack of knowledge of local growing methods. Photo by Nuno Almeida, Dreamstime.com
INFO College’s Dr. Sergii Skakun will play a key role in building the system that could enable fairer, safer decisions on resource distribution
Cody’s work will develop models to predict where influence efforts by actors might emerge online.
Maryland students can now earn an employer-approved stamp of data science success via a collaboration with the Greater Washington Partnership.
Students can now graduate with a B.S. in Information Science and a M.S. in Library and Information Science in just five years.
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Researchers from UMD and Cornell University discuss the ethical dilemmas in social data science and how ethnographic studies can help guide new r …
Katrina Fenlon to Support New Commission to Foster Digital Humanities Projects on Social and Racial JusticeDecember 10, 2021 | Press Release
The Commission on Fostering and Sustaining Diverse Digital Scholarship will look at improving the support, access, and sustainability of projects …