I was a guest on Randi Zuckerberg’s radio show Dotcomplicated yesterday on the Sirius XM business channel. Had a great time talking about all sorts of things related to human […]
The NJIT news office made a short video and write-up about my research on content moderation. The camera really does add a thousand pounds.
Received a new NSF grant to study content moderation practices in live streaming: This research will investigate how individuals and small groups handle content moderation real time in the context […]
I participated in two panels at VOICE, a voice technology conference that took place at NJIT. In one panel, I was the moderator for a discussion on VOICE in transportation. […]
On June 27 PhD student Jie Cai presented a paper on live streaming shopping motivations at ACM TVX, an international conference on interactive television. Read the full paper here: Cai, […]
I presented a paper on why viewers give emotional and financial support to live streamers at the 2018 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI). This took place […]
Was interviewed in this article that talks about why people buy things in the game Fortnite: https://morningconsult.com/2018/05/10/fortnite-battle-royale-success-signals-mobile-gamings-future/ For “Fortnite: Battle Royale” players, these in-app purchases are just cosmetic: “skins” that […]
On the heels of a presentation at the All Things Moderation conference, where I talked about ongoing work related to the emotional tolls of human moderators who moderate small streams on Twitch, […]