Founded in 2011, the BITLab is a group of social science and technology researchers in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University. We conduct research at the intersection of behavior, information, and technology. We have a number of active projects going on right now, supported by over $3 million in external grants from the US National Science Foundation, Google, and Facebook. To get in contact with BITLab, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
New SOUPS awarded its Impact Award to Rick Wash 2010 paper “Folk Models of Home Computer Security”
New SOUPS awarded its IAPP Award for Best Privacy paper to Emilee Rader, Samantha Hautea, and Anjali Munasinghe for their paper “I Have a Narrow Thought Process: Constraints on Explanations Connecting Inferences and Self-Perceptions”
New Megan Knittel and coauthors made a video for their ICA paper, “Sex Doesn’t Sell, Powerful Women Do: Influence of Sexualized Depictions of Men and Women on Video Game Covers on Attitude, Purchase Intent, and Self-Objectification” (Abstract). Watch it here!
New Jina Huh-Yoo (Drexel University) and Emilee Rader published a paper titled “It’s the Wild, Wild West: Lessons Learned From IRB Members’ Risk Perceptions Toward Digital Research Data” in the Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction in May 2020.
New Janghee Cho (University of Colorado Boulder) and Emilee Rader published a paper titled “The Role of Conversational Grounding in Supporting Symbiosis Between People and Digital Assistants” in the Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction in May 2020.
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The website for the Trustworthy Algorithms workshop can be found here.