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GSI has been tracking how misinformation spreads on social media and why, in recent years, it's spreading more rapidly. In order to avoid spreading misinformation or disinformation, Bliss urges everyone to be patient and fact-check with multiple legitimate sources.

Events

November 5, 2020,

ASU Professor of Psychology and Director of the Canine Science Collaboratory, Dr. Clive Wynne, will discuss why and how dogs form such successful bonds with humans.

October 28, 2020,

Aptima Founder & CEO Daniel Serfaty will discuss how the future of work will be be dependent on our ability to thoughtfully engineer new human-AI "multi-species" systems.

GSI Executive Director Nadya Bliss and Center for Human, AI, and Robot Teaming Director Nancy Cooke organized workshops that informed the Computing Community Consortium’s recently released report “Assured Autonomy: Path Toward Living With Autonomous Systems We Can Trust.” The report is the result of a year-long effort by the CCC and over 100 members of the research community and outlines the challenges and shortcomings that need to be addressed so that autonomy can sustainably fuel a long-lasting transformation, and provides a set of recommendations moving forward.

The Fulton Schools human systems engineering program shows the field’s benefits for not only industry, transportation, and defense, but education and social progress.

New study from ASU researchers at GSI's Center for Cybsecurity and Digitial Forensics exposes gaps in web security.

Most phishing victims experience a fraudulent transaction around 5 days after getting phished, new research shows. ZDnet talked to GSI's Adam Doupe and the CDF research team.

In the latest #CatalyzingComputing podcast, GSI's executive director and Computing Community Consortium council member Nadya Blisss speaks on global security and the history of graph analytics.

GSI CHART researchers are developing artificial intelligence that can communicate with humans within Minecraft