Video: Dr. Kun Xu Discusses Social Cues in Human-Machine Interactions
Video: Dr. Kun Xu, assistant professor in emerging media in the Department of Media Production, Management and Technology, discusses his research on social cues in human-machine interactions and the convergence of various human-machine communication technologies.
On-screen Stereotypes of Female Journalists Feed a “Vicious Cycle” of Sexism
When a fictional female journalist appears on screen, chances are she’s about to sleep with one of her sources. It’s a trope that infuriates actual women in news media — and it can have real-life consequences, says University of Florida researcher Frank Waddell, Ph.D.
How Consumers React to Woke Advertising
As brands increasingly acknowledge social issues in their advertising, researchers wanted to know how use of social media affects consumers’ responses to a social media-based advertising campaign designed to incorporate the concept of a woke mindset.
There is No Trolley Problem
Society needs to be very careful about the deployment of artificial intelligence systems and needs to answer who is the solution best for, who is affected and what are the potential impacts.