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Supported by the Stanford Computer Forum.

6 AprLauren Wilcox
Designing for teens' and young adults' engagement with digital health
13 AprGloria Mark
Understanding the workplace experience through sensor tracking of behavior
20 AprRebecca Fiebrink
Machine learning for creativity, interaction, and inclusion
27 AprCatherine Bracy
Tech + Ethics: Who's making sure the tech industry has our best interests in mind?
4 MayLena Mamykina
From personal informatics to personal analytics: data-driven solutions for personal health
11 MayEthan Fast
Capturing Human Behavior and Language for Interactive Systems
18 MayTawanna Dillahunt
Designing for Employability: Envisioning Tools for Low-resource Job Seekers
25 MayJen Pan
How the Chinese Government Fabricates Social Media Posts for Strategic Distraction, Not Engaged Argument
1 JunCasey Pierce
Healthcare beyond the doctor's office: Examining misalignments between telehealth smartphone applications and U.S. healthcare policies

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What's Happening

- Grabity awarded Best Paper at UIST 2017
- Flash Organizations awarded Best Paper at CHI 2017 and New York Times coverage
- Anyone Can Become a Troll awarded Best Paper at CSCW 2017
- Siri, Who Is Terry Winograd?
- Ge Wang awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
- Empath awarded Best Paper at CHI 2016