Marginalized communities online often face disruption from outsiders. When newcomers see this, they can sometimes misunderstand the true norms of […]
“I have friends on social media sharing misinformation about Covid-19. Do you have tips on how to talk to them?” […]
Hi! My name is Jonathan Zong (website) (@ohnobackspace), and I’m extremely delighted to be joining the Citizens and Technology Lab […]
How can researchers contribute to action and public understanding during fast-moving events like elections, pandemics, and other crises? Friday at […]
Feeds are everywhere today, from social media to law enforcement. How might we think differently about society if we understood […]
How do people and algorithms engage in discrimination? How would we know if they did? And in the face of […]
When research is funded by companies that people no longer trust, we have a problem.
How can citizens work for a world where digital power is guided by evidence and accountable to the public?
Can we decrease harassment on Wikipedia using AI? How can Wikipedia broaden content focused on underrepresented groups? Would new Wikipedia editors be more likely to stay if they were greeted by ‘welcome bots’?
Our citizen science study in a 13.5 million-subscriber science community reveals effective ways to improve online discussions.