Jeanna Matthews is an associate professor of computer science at Clarkson University, where she does research in computer security and leads hands-on computing laboratories including the Clarkson Open Source Institute.
FATESMatt Goerzen and Jeanna Matthews connect the practices of trolling and hacking. Read on FATESDecember 2018
Slate2017-2018 Fellow Jeanna Matthews and Research Analyst Kinjal Dave respond to Deji Olukotun's story about an algorithmic tennis match. "The answer can’t be derived from the past alone: It depends on what we collectively decide... Read on SlateAugust 2018
DatabitesData & Society Fellow Jeanna Matthews speaks about algorithmic accountability and transparency within the context of the criminal justice system. Important decisions in our society are being made evermore frequently by o... Read moreJune 2018
Data & SocietyThis primer explores issues of algorithmic accountability, or the process of assigning responsibility for harm when algorithmic decision-making results in discriminatory and inequitable outcomes. Read moreApril 2018