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I work at the crossroads of computer science, crowdsourcing and social computing. My research is on crowd-powered interfaces: interactive systems that use human knowledge and activity to create powerful new capabilities. I develop techniques and applications for crowds that are 1) live, on-call and paid, 2) drawn from social networks, and 3) mined from aggregated data.
I am a graduate student focusing on human-computer interaction at MIT in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab. I work with Professors David Karger and Rob Miller. I also help organize MIT's HCI Seminar, BostonCHI Labs, and teach courses on interaction design and prototyping.
4chan and /b/: An Analysis of Anonymity and Ephemerality in a Large Online Community
as author at 5th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM), Barcelona 2011,