Workshop in Methods at Indiana Bloomington: Studying socioeconomic inequality from digital footprint networks

Tech + Democracy seminar at Birkbeck: Inequality and fairness with heterogeneous endowments

GOR’20 keynote: Studying social interactions and groups

CogX panel: What big data can teach us about ourselves

The Know Show podcast

SAGE Research Methods video: Measuring inequality in social groups

tbs eFM This Morning interview: A.I. patrolling Wikipedia
January 8, 2019

Interview for Researc/hers Code podcast
January 17, 2018

Interview for Women Data Leaders project
November 25, 2018

CSS Summer School lecture: Theory-driven social research with online experiments
July 25, 2017

IC2S2’07 keynote: Social science research with games and gamification
July 13, 2017

Press Coverage

39 women doing amazing research in computational social science
October 3, 2018
Sage Ocean

Tech Tent: Snooping TVs and battling bots
March 10, 2017
BBC News

Artificial intelligence runs wild while humans dither
March 6, 2017
Financial Times

Editing bots are more like humans
March 1, 2017
The Hindu

Study reveals bot-on-bot editing wars raging on Wikipedia’s pages
February 23, 2017
The Guardian

Plane crashes: Public only interested if toll 50 or higher, study finds
October 12, 2016
The Guardian

We care when an airplane crashes. And then we don’t
October 11, 2016

The Wikipedia Bots that Are Engaged in Spats that Never End
September 21, 2016
New Scientist

Bots are waging passive-aggressive war on Wikipedia
September 21, 2016

Indefatigable WikiBots keep Wikipedia battles going long after humans give up and go home
September 21, 2016
The Register

The growing problem of bots that fight online
September 20, 2016
MIT Technology Review

The strange way aircraft crashes attract human attention on the Web
July 7, 2016
MIT Technology Review

How to create a culture of ‘paying it forward’
April 21, 2014

The science of paying it forward
March 25, 2014
Wisconsin Public Radio