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Gaining Benefit from Artificial Intelligence and Data Science: A Three-Part Framework
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Gaining Benefit from Artificial Intelligence and Data Science: A Three-Part Framework

Why ethics is not enough.

Virtual and the Future of Conferences
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Virtual and the Future of Conferences

Making conferences more accessible.

Undergraduate Computer Science Curricula
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Undergraduate Computer Science Curricula

First-job readiness versus long-term career preparation.

Leveraging Professional Ethics for Responsible AI
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Leveraging Professional Ethics for Responsible AI

Applying AI techniques to journalism.

Autocorrect Is Not: People Are Multilingual and Computer Science Should Be Too
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Autocorrect Is Not: People Are Multilingual and Computer Science Should Be Too

Considering the interconnection of computing and human languages.

Rebuttal How-To: Strategies, Tactics, and the Big Picture in Research
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Rebuttal How-To: Strategies, Tactics, and the Big Picture in Research

Demystifying rebuttal writing.

Beyond the Editorial Analogy: The Future of the First Amendment on the Internet
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Beyond the Editorial Analogy: The Future of the First Amendment on the Internet

Can the government regulate how social media companies moderate their platforms?

A Clash of Civilizations
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A Clash of Civilizations

The much-sought holy grail of more and faster innovation will come from integrating pipeline thinking and adoption thinking.

Five Ways Executives Misunderstand Technology
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Five Ways Executives Misunderstand Technology

How executives might better understand technology.

Rethinking Conference Formats
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Rethinking Conference Formats

Suggesting a conference format better suited for both onsite and virtual conferences.

The Gamification of Academia
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The Gamification of Academia

Gaming the system.

On Being a Computer Science Communicator
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On Being a Computer Science Communicator

Facilitating more effective public engagement with a computer science perspective.

It Is Time to Let Go of 'Virtual Reality'
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It Is Time to Let Go of 'Virtual Reality'

Advocating standardized terminology and reporting guidelines for mixed reality research.

Barbershop Computing
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Barbershop Computing

Moving education beyond computer science pipelines.

Can Crowdsourcing Rescue the Social Marketplace of Ideas?
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Can Crowdsourcing Rescue the Social Marketplace of Ideas?

How collaborative designs and community-based moderation could improve social media.

Rebutting Rebuttals
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Rebutting Rebuttals

Evaluating the impact of the conference review rebuttal process.

We Need to Focus on How Our Data Is Used, Not Just How It Is Shared
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We Need to Focus on How Our Data Is Used, Not Just How It Is Shared

Toward better understanding of the different ways data circulates between users and platforms.

Dilemma of the Artificial Intelligence Regulatory Landscape
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Dilemma of the Artificial Intelligence Regulatory Landscape

Navigating the complex and varying AI regulatory landscape.

Voice in the Machine: Ethical Considerations for Language-Capable Robots
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Voice in the Machine: Ethical Considerations for Language-Capable Robots

Parsing the promise of language-capable robots.

Improving Computing Education Research through Valuing Design
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Improving Computing Education Research through Valuing Design

Exploring alternatives to existing research systems and methods.
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