photo by Rebecca WilsonCamille Rogers
What was a safe place during his childhood is now a place that has become his career path.
Research showing how the Taliban leveraged Twitter, and Twitter’s limited management of this, was shared with Voices of America’s global audi …
Photo by matthew Feeney on UnsplashHayleigh Moore
Dr. Paul T. Jaeger co-authored “Foundations of Information Literacy,” the first book to offer frameworks for tackling information literacy and di …
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program awarded 3 Professors funding which supports the tra …
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
This year’s Fellows will work to expand social justice curricula and increase support for doctoral students and faculty in LIS fields.
Cody’s work will develop models to predict where influence efforts by actors might emerge online.
Dr. Cody Buntain looks at how the Taliban made effective use of Twitter to engage with and manipulate international and domestic audiences.
Dr. Zubin Jelveh: Machine Learning Can Predict Shooting Victimization Well Enough to Help Prevent ItJune 27, 2022 | Mia K. Hinckle
Using arrest and victimization records from the Chicago PD, a machine learning model can predict the risk of being shot in the next 18 months.