Justine Cassell

Associate Dean, Technology, Strategy and Impact, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University

Degrees, DEUG, Université de Besançon; BA, Dartmouth; MPhil, University of Edinburgh; PhD in Linguistics and Psychology, University of Chicago. Twenty years' experience in developing technologies that preserve and showcase the most human and humane of humanity’s capabilities, and in communicating the risks and opportunities technologies that ignore these guidelines pose to society. 1995-2003, Professor, MIT Media Lab. 2003-10, Founding Director, Center for Technology and Social Behavior, Northwestern University. Currently Associate Dean, Technology Strategy and Impact, Director Emerita, Human-Computer Interaction Institute, Co-Founder Simon Initiative on Technology-Enhanced learning, Co-Director InMind Initiative on the Future of Virtual Personal Assistants, Carnegie Mellon University. Fellow, AAAS. Fellow ACM. Fellow, Royal Academy of Scotland. Author. Recipient, MIT Edgerton prize, Anita Borg Women of Vision Award, Henry & Bryna David award from National Academies of Science.

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