Agenda, #mediaX2018 Conference: Transparency and Trust in a World of Social Bots

8:00am: Registration Opens

8:30am: Conference Start

Opening and Welcome. Why This? Why Now? Why Us?
Martha Russell, mediaX at Stanford University

Creating Trust and Trustworthiness in Digital Institutions
Margaret Levi, Professor, Center for Advanced Study of the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University

New AI Solutions to Verify Facts
Moderator: Janine Zacharia, Carlos Kelly McClatchy Visiting Lecturer
Esther Wojcicki, mediaX Distinguished Visiting Scholar
Shelby Coffey III, Newseum

What Is It About the Internet That Makes Brilliant People Look, Well…Less So?
Sam Wineburg, Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Education
10:30am: Break

Panel: Building Trust Through Technology
Moderator by Greg Nuyens, mediaX Distinguished Visiting Scholar
Marcelo Tournier, SESI
Yangbin Wang, Vobile
Emily Withrow, Quartz Bot Studio

How Do People Actually Use Their Smartphones? Implications for Learning, Trust, Addiction, Politics, and Health
Byron Reeves, Professor Communication, Stanford University

12:00pm: Lunch

What You Need to Know About Your Child’s School Data
Marsali Hancock, CEO, EP3 Foundation

Building a Behavioral Analytics Platform for Forensics, Fraud, and Financial Growth
Karen Hsu, BlockCypher

Rights, Revenues and Responsibilities in the Supply Chain of AI-Driven Data
Will Murphy, VP of Blockchain at Talla

Horizons on mediaX Research Themes
David Evans, mediaX Distinguished Visiting Scholar

2:45pm: Break

Panel: Personalities for Socially Interactive Bots
Moderator by Erin Young, mediaX Visiting Scholar
Davar Ardalan, iVOW
Mariana Lin, Hanson Robotics
Omar Abdelwahed, Softbank Robotics

Freedom-Agency Trade-offs in Design and AI: Addressing them with Installation Theory
Introduction Roy Pea, Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Education
Saadi Lahlou, Professor, London School of Economics

It’s Up To Us!
Martha Russell, mediaX at Stanford University

4:45pm: Reception