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Colloquium Videos

Videos from past Colloquium events are linked below.

The Information Science Colloquium is a weekly event where guest speakers from the field of Information Science (or many of the related fields) come in to speak to our faculty and grad students. The purpose of these videos is to share the talks with faculty and grad students who weren't able to attend. Not all talks get recorded (it is at the discretion of the speaker), but many of the events are and will be linked here.

Watch video from Justin Cheng's talk, "Antisocial Computing: Explaining and Predicting Negative Behavior Online."

Arvind Satyanarayan presents "Declarative Interaction Design for Data Visualization" on Tuesday, February 7, 2017, in G01 Gates.

Watch Anthony Chen's colloquium, Computational Design and Fabrication to Augment the Physical World.

Watch Kyle Harms' talk, An Introduction to Understandable and Usable User Interfaces.

Watch video from Jonah Berger's colloquium talk held on October 26, 2016.

Watch Lydia Chilton's talk, "Adaptive Crowd Algorithms for Open-Ended Problems".

Solon Barocas's research explores issues of fairness in machine learning, the privacy implications of inference, and more.

Dr. William Odom is a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University.

Audrey Desjardins is a PhD candidate at Simon Fraser University, School of Interactive Arts + Technology.

Check out video from the December 9, 2015 IS Colloquium talk with Panos Ipeirotis, who presented "Adventures in Crowdsourcing".

Please join us for the Information Science Department Colloquium with IS Faculty speakers, 

Miss danah boyd's Info Sci Colloquium? Check out the video from her talk, Living in a Culture of "Big Data"

Watch Judy Wajcman's Info Sci Colloquium, "Pressed for Time: Everyday Life in the Digital Age"

Watch Morten Christiansen's Info Sci Colloquium talk, "The Now-or-Never Bottleneck: a Fundamental Constraint on Language"

Dean Foster was the Information Science Colloquium speaker for May 13, 2015. Dean Foster is a Marie and Joseph Melone Professor, Professor of Statistics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Carl Di Salvo from Georgia Tech, was the Information Science Colloquium Speaker for March 20, 2015. His talk was titled, "Designs for Foraging."

Chinmay Kulkarni was the Information Science Colloquium Speaker on March 4, 2015. His talk was on, "Structuring Peer Interactions for Learning at Scale."

 

Nicola Dell was the Information Science Colloquium Speaker on March 2, 2015. Her talk was on, "Designing Mobile Technologies for Underserved Communities."

 

Çağatay Demiralp was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on Feb. 27, 2015. He gave a talk titled, "Visual Data Analysis: Perceptual Foundations and Biomedical Applications."

Juho Kim from MIT CSAIL was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on February 25, 2015. His talk was on, "Learnersourcing: Improving Video Learning with Large-Scale Interaction Data."

The Information Science Colloquium Speaker for Feb. 18, 2015 was Chiara Farronato from Stanford University's Economics Department.

Please see the video of Walter Lasecki, Information Science Colloquium on "Crowd-Agents: Creating Crowd-Powered Interactive Systems".

Melissa Gregg was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on February 4, 2015. Her talk was titled, "This Productive Life."

Julie Kientz was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on January 28, 2015.

Todd Schiefeling was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on January 27, 2015.

Karen Levy was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on January 21, 2015. Her talk was on, "The Automation of Compliance: Techno-Legal Regulation in the U.S. Trucking Industry.”

 

Malte Ziewitz was the IS Colloquium speaker on Nov. 19, 2014. His talk title was "A Not Quite Random Walk, Steps Towards a Mundane Sociology of Algorithms."

 

Batya Friedman was the Colloquium speaker on Nov. 5, 2014. Her talk was on "Technology of Value: Principles, Policy and Practice."

Bilge Mutlu's talk was titled, "Human-Centered Principles for Designing Robotic Technologies."

Noshir Contractor's talk was titled, "Leveraging Computational Social Science to address Grand Societal Challenges."

Duncan Watts, PhD '97, principal researcher at Microsoft Research and A.D. White Professor-at-Large (2013-2019), gave a public lecture at Cornell Sept. 9, 2014.

Ed Walters gave a talk titled "The Law of Robots," which was co-sponsored by the Law School and Information Science department.

Duncan Watts's colloquium talk was titled "Long-Run Learning in Games of Cooperation."

Lana Yarosh's Colloquium talk was on, "Designing to Support Strong-Tie Relationships." Please see the video here.

Peter Asaro's Colloquium talk was on "Regulating Robots: Law & Ethics for an Emerging Technology." See the video here.

Jason Chuang's Colloquium talk was on, "Designing Visual Analysis Methods." Please see the video here.

Gabe Cohn's Colooquium talk was on, "Building Embedded Sensor Systems to Bring Ubicomp to Life." Please see the video here.

Megan Finn's Colloquium talk was on, "Restoring Public Information Infrastructure and Post-Disaster Information Practices." Please see the video below.

Robert Kleinberg's Colloquium talk was on, "Multi-Armed Bandits and the Web." Please see the video below.

Please see the video of Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil's Cornell Information Science Colloquium talk below.

Please see the video for Eric Baumer's Colloquium talk below. 

Please see the video of Gina Neff's Cornell Information Science Colloquium talk below.

Please see the video Ranjitha Kumar's Cornell Information Science Colloquium talk below.

 

Please see the video of Deirdre Mulligan's Cornell Information Science Colloqium talk below. 

 

Please see the video of Malte Ziewitz's Cornell Information Science Colloquium talk below. 

 

Please see the video of Mor Naaman's Cornell Information Science Colloqium talk below. 

Watch video from Justin Cheng's talk, "Antisocial Computing: Explaining and Predicting Negative Behavior Online."

Arvind Satyanarayan presents "Declarative Interaction Design for Data Visualization" on Tuesday, February 7, 2017, in G01 Gates.

Watch Anthony Chen's colloquium, Computational Design and Fabrication to Augment the Physical World.

Watch Kyle Harms' talk, An Introduction to Understandable and Usable User Interfaces.

Watch video from Jonah Berger's colloquium talk held on October 26, 2016.

Watch Lydia Chilton's talk, "Adaptive Crowd Algorithms for Open-Ended Problems".

Solon Barocas's research explores issues of fairness in machine learning, the privacy implications of inference, and more.

Dr. William Odom is a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University.

Audrey Desjardins is a PhD candidate at Simon Fraser University, School of Interactive Arts + Technology.

Check out video from the December 9, 2015 IS Colloquium talk with Panos Ipeirotis, who presented "Adventures in Crowdsourcing".

Please join us for the Information Science Department Colloquium with IS Faculty speakers, 

Miss danah boyd's Info Sci Colloquium? Check out the video from her talk, Living in a Culture of "Big Data"

Watch Judy Wajcman's Info Sci Colloquium, "Pressed for Time: Everyday Life in the Digital Age"

Watch Morten Christiansen's Info Sci Colloquium talk, "The Now-or-Never Bottleneck: a Fundamental Constraint on Language"

Dean Foster was the Information Science Colloquium speaker for May 13, 2015. Dean Foster is a Marie and Joseph Melone Professor, Professor of Statistics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Carl Di Salvo from Georgia Tech, was the Information Science Colloquium Speaker for March 20, 2015. His talk was titled, "Designs for Foraging."

Chinmay Kulkarni was the Information Science Colloquium Speaker on March 4, 2015. His talk was on, "Structuring Peer Interactions for Learning at Scale."

 

Nicola Dell was the Information Science Colloquium Speaker on March 2, 2015. Her talk was on, "Designing Mobile Technologies for Underserved Communities."

 

Çağatay Demiralp was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on Feb. 27, 2015. He gave a talk titled, "Visual Data Analysis: Perceptual Foundations and Biomedical Applications."

Juho Kim from MIT CSAIL was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on February 25, 2015. His talk was on, "Learnersourcing: Improving Video Learning with Large-Scale Interaction Data."

The Information Science Colloquium Speaker for Feb. 18, 2015 was Chiara Farronato from Stanford University's Economics Department.

Please see the video of Walter Lasecki, Information Science Colloquium on "Crowd-Agents: Creating Crowd-Powered Interactive Systems".

Melissa Gregg was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on February 4, 2015. Her talk was titled, "This Productive Life."

Julie Kientz was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on January 28, 2015.

Todd Schiefeling was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on January 27, 2015.

Karen Levy was the Information Science Colloquium speaker on January 21, 2015. Her talk was on, "The Automation of Compliance: Techno-Legal Regulation in the U.S. Trucking Industry.”

 

Malte Ziewitz was the IS Colloquium speaker on Nov. 19, 2014. His talk title was "A Not Quite Random Walk, Steps Towards a Mundane Sociology of Algorithms."

 

Batya Friedman was the Colloquium speaker on Nov. 5, 2014. Her talk was on "Technology of Value: Principles, Policy and Practice."

Bilge Mutlu's talk was titled, "Human-Centered Principles for Designing Robotic Technologies."

Noshir Contractor's talk was titled, "Leveraging Computational Social Science to address Grand Societal Challenges."

Duncan Watts, PhD '97, principal researcher at Microsoft Research and A.D. White Professor-at-Large (2013-2019), gave a public lecture at Cornell Sept. 9, 2014.

Ed Walters gave a talk titled "The Law of Robots," which was co-sponsored by the Law School and Information Science department.

Duncan Watts Colloquium Video, 9-10-14

Duncan Watts Colloquium Video 09-10-14

Duncan Watts's colloquium talk was titled "Long-Run Learning in Games of Cooperation."

Lana Yarosh's Colloquium talk was on, "Designing to Support Strong-Tie Relationships." Please see the video here.

Peter Asaro's Colloquium talk was on "Regulating Robots: Law & Ethics for an Emerging Technology." See the video here.

Jason Chuang's Colloquium talk was on, "Designing Visual Analysis Methods." Please see the video here.

Gabe Cohn's Colooquium talk was on, "Building Embedded Sensor Systems to Bring Ubicomp to Life." Please see the video here.

Megan Finn's Colloquium talk was on, "Restoring Public Information Infrastructure and Post-Disaster Information Practices." Please see the video below.

Robert Kleinberg's Colloquium talk was on, "Multi-Armed Bandits and the Web." Please see the video below.

Please see the video of Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil's Cornell Information Science Colloquium talk below.

Please see the video for Eric Baumer's Colloquium talk below. 

Please see the video of Gina Neff's Cornell Information Science Colloquium talk below.

Please see the video Ranjitha Kumar's Cornell Information Science Colloquium talk below.

 

Please see the video of Deirdre Mulligan's Cornell Information Science Colloqium talk below. 

 

Please see the video of Malte Ziewitz's Cornell Information Science Colloquium talk below. 

 

Please see the video of Mor Naaman's Cornell Information Science Colloqium talk below.