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The new Center for Ethics, Society and Computing kicks off with a half-day of prominent panelists discussing current issues in information.
New York Times Privacy Project director Kathleen Kingsbury delivers the keynote address at the Privacy@Michigan symposium.
What influence does social media play in our justice system? A panel of experts will discuss.
UMSI celebrates the Lunar New Year with an afternoon of traditions old and new.
January 24 event will launch the Center for Ethics, Society and Computing.
UMSI's Devon Keen has received one of the inaugural Equity in Action awards from Washtenaw Community College.
Florian Schaub's chapter in the forthcoming book An Introduction to IT Privacy has received an honorable mention from the Future of Privacy Forum.
The goal of iGYM, an augmented reality game system, is to create a truly inclusive environment for children to play and exercise together.
UMSI’s summer internship program in Seoul provides international perspective and work experience in a high tech market.
The team of twelve students is one of ten worldwide working to give Amazon’s Alexa more human-like conversational skills.
MSI student Hillary Severyn recruited a team of archivists to preserve a marionette theatre collection.