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Pelle Tracey

Pelle Tracey


Pelle Tracey researches algorithms, automation, and record keeping in public sector infrastructures. Their research sits at the intersection of HCI, Media Studies, and Archival Studies. They are interested in how people interact with automated decision-making tools, and what these interactions mean for the future of work.




Areas of interest

Information Infrastructure, Media Studies, Politics of Recordkeeping

News about Pelle Tracey

UMSI research roundup. UMSI researchers at Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI) 2023. Check out UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.
UMSI Research Roundup: Archival Education and Research Institute

UMSI researchers and PhD student publications and workshops for AERI 2023.

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Google Award for Inclusion Research. “Examining Algorithmic Decision Making in Homeless Service Systems." Pelle Tracey, PhD student. Patricia Garcia, assistant professor.
Patricia Garcia and Pelle Tracey earn Google Award for Inclusion Research

UMSI assistant professor Patricia Garcia and doctoral candidate Pelle Tracey will be researching the use of algorithmic decision making in homeless service systems.

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