PhD student Daniela Markazi presents at iConference 2021

Second year Informatics PhD student Daniela Markazi presents at iConference 2021. Her research focuses on how technology is designed to contribute to, enhance, and influence social change and development.

The theme of this year’s conference is “Diversity, Divergence, Dialogue.” Daniela has authored two papers that are being presented at this conference, and she is presenting her first-author short paper, “People’s Perception of AI Utilization in the Context of COVID-19“.

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