Casey Fiesler is an assistant professor in the Department of Information Science (and Computer Science, by courtesy) at the University of Colorado Boulder. Armed with a PhD in Human-Centered Computing from Georgia Tech and a JD from Vanderbilt Law School, she primarily researches social computing, ethics, law, and fan communities (occasionally all at the same time). [curriculum vitae]
Here is a link to my research lab page! The Internet Rules Lab
If you’re looking for a giant spreadsheet of tech ethics curricula, here!
If you’re looking for my Computer Engineer Barbie remix, here!
For an overview of my tech ethics-related research, here!
For an overview of my fandom-related research, here!
02.26.21 I was part of a virtual town hall hosted by EFF about copyright for internet content creators.
02.25.21 I spoke on a panel for the ACM HotMobile 2021 conference: “Ethics and Policy of AI Technologies in/for Mobile and IoT Systems.”
02.17.21 I spoke to the Boulder Business Women’s Leadership Group about social media ethics.
02.10.21 I moderated a panel about ethics and law at Silicon Flatirons’ conference on trust and trusthworthiness in the tech industry.
02.07.21 A new paper, led by recent PhD graduate Aaron Jiang, will be published in Proceedings of the ACM: Human-Computer Interaction as part of CSCW 2021: “Supporting Serendipity: Opportunities and Challenges for Human-AI Collaboration in Qualitative Analysis”
02.05.21 I have a new paper published in the Colorado Technology Law Journal: “Innovating Like an Optimist, Preparing Like a Pessimist: Ethical Speculation and the Legal Imagination.”
02.04.21 I spoke to CNN about facial recognition: “New tool can tell you if your online photos are helping train facial recognition systems”
01.20.21 I’m joining the Center for Democracy and Technology as a Non-Resident Fellow.
01.15.21 ACM-W North America profiled my social media outreach in an interview.
01.14.21 There is a profile of my work on tech ethics and law in Forbes: “Why Ethics Matter For Social Media, Silicon Valley And Every Tech Industry Leader.”
12.17.20 I spoke to Scientific American about the ethical implications of automated analysis of facial expressions.
01.16.20 I wrote a blog post with suggestions for children’s books to get kids and teens excited about coding!