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University of Michigan School of Information faculty and PhD students are creating and sharing knowledge that helps build a better world. Here are some of their recent publications. 

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First Paper Friday. Alexandria Rayburn. Persisting through friction: growing a community driven knowledge infrastructure. Archival Science.

First-Paper Friday: Alexandria Rayburn

02/23/2024

UMSI doctoral candidate Alexandria Rayburn’s first paper explores efforts to decolonize archival practices and facilitate Indigenous access to cultural heritage collections. 

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UMSI News in bolded text, blue background.

ChatGPT acts more altruistically, cooperatively than humans

02/22/2024

UMSI professor Qiaozhu Mei's research finds modern artificial intelligence such as ChatGPT is more capable of mimicking human behavior than  researchers otherwise thought. 

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Assistant professor Abigail Jacobs stands in front of an academic building on the University of Michigan campus.

AI and the human body: Hidden assumptions in motion capture can have serious impact

02/01/2024

A new study from Abigail Jacobs shows when designers use inaccurate depictions of the human body, the use of artificial intelligence in some applications might not be as safe for those who don't fit that body type.

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UMSI Research Roundup. TikTok, Media Storms, Algorithms. Check out UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

Media Storms | TikTok | Algorithms: UMSI Research Roundup

01/29/2024

Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications. 

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First Paper Friday. Aadarsh Padiyath. PhD student. “A Realist Review of Undergraduate Student Attitudes towards Ethical Interventions in Technical Computing Courses. ACM Transcations on Computing Education.

First-Paper Friday: Aadarsh Padiyath

01/26/2024

UMSI PhD student Aadarsh Padiyath’s first paper explores the need for integrating ethics education into undergraduate computing curricula.

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GPT-4, Automated Vehicles, Privacy Concerns. Check out UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

GPT-4 | Automated Vehicles | Privacy Concerns: UMSI Research Roundup

12/06/2023

Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

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UMSI Research Roundup. Privacy, Accessibility, Bias. Check out UMSI faculty, staff and PhD student publications.

Privacy, Accessibility and Bias: UMSI Research Roundup

11/01/2023

Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

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UMSI Research Roundup: 2023 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW)

UMSI at CSCW 2023: Awards, Workshops and Papers

10/11/2023

Check out UMSI papers, workshops and awards for the 2023 CSCW conference (Oct. 14-18).

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UMSI News.

Klasnja: Tailored text messages not enough to keep patients moving

09/27/2023

UMSI associate professor of information Pedja Klasnja's research on mobile health interventions featured in Michigan Medicine. 

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UMSI research roundup. Wealth redistribution. Virtual Care. News Consumtion. Check out UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

Wealth redistribution | virtual care | news consumption: UMSI Research Roundup

09/20/2023

Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

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