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MEDIA ADVISORY Contact: CNSF Co-Chairs Erin Heath, eheath@aaas.org, and Amy Scott, amy_scott@aau.edu Groundbreaking Research  Fueling American Innovation NSF-funded scientists and engineers reveal discoveries that will help keep the nation competitive and drive future economic growth while protecting Americans’ health and safety. Washington, DC — Researchers across the United States are finding ways to disrupt the dark-web drug […]

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During our February full-team meeting, the PERVADE PIs had the opportunity to brainstorm and work with advisory board member Camille Nebeker from the University of California San Diego. Dr. Nebeker is the project director and principal investigator for the Connected and Open Research Ethics (CORE) initiative, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. CORE is […]

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This past weekend, the PERVADE Team came together for their first principle investigator meeting at the University of California Irvine, the home institution of Matthew Bietz. While the weather was a beautiful 80 degrees, the team was inside updating each other on their projects, troubleshooting research roadblocks, and planning out the next 5 months of […]

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Postdoctoral Researcher: Pervasive Data Ethics for Computational Research (PERVADE) College of Information Studies, University of Maryland, College Park Drs.  Katie Shilton and Jessica Vitak   Pervasive Data Ethics for Computational Research (PERVADE), a large NSF-funded collaboration, seeks an early-stage researcher for a postdoctoral position based at the University of Maryland, College Park. Existing and emerging […]

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Cathy O’Neil, author of Weapons of Math Destruction and one of the leading public intellectuals on bias in, and discrimination by, algorithms, recently published an op-ed in The New York Times. The controversial piece lamented the lack of academic attention to educating lawmakers and holding tech companies responsible for biased systems. She writes, “academics have been asleep at the […]

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From mobile phone apps to website search engines, wearable technology to social platforms, consumer information has become highly trackable and available, resulting in an ethically questionable free-for-all in research and marketing. But consumers aren’t the only ones concerned about how their personal information is being collected and used. The University of Maryland’s College of Information […]

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