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Citizen Lab Summer Institute 2017 Trip Report

Posted on behalf of Mark Martinez What conference did I go to? I went to the Citizen Lab Summer Institute 2017 (CLSI) conference held by the eponymous Citizen Lab that brings together not only computer scientists, but any actor that … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Reid Oda for passing his final public oral (FPO)!

Congratulations to Reid Oda who presented his final public oral (FPO) yesterday on tools and techniques for rhythmic synchronization in networked music performance. Reid presented two tools: Global metronome for an absolute tempo synchronization for global music performance over the Internet … Continue reading

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BEAMing into CHI 2017

The Princeton HCI group enjoyed the CHI 2017 conference in Denver, Colorado two weeks ago. Katie and Janet attended in person and Marshini BEAMed in to attend via Telepresence. Here’s what Marshini had to say about telepresence: It was really … Continue reading

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Drones on Sexton field

Students in the COS Independent Work Seminar entitled “These Aren’t The Drones You Are Looking For: Mitigating the Privacy and Security Implications of Drones” left the classroom to get out and about on Sexton field on a beautiful spring morning. … Continue reading

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Drones, Privacy, and Security at CHI 2017

We describe a few highlights from our recent paper on drones that will be presented at the 2017 CHI conference. What did we do?: To better inform policy and regulations around drones, we chose to investigate what users’ current perceptions are of privacy and … Continue reading

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