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Gabriel Lima
Gabriel Lima
Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy (MPI-SP)
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Misinformation, believability, and vaccine acceptance over 40 countries: Takeaways from the initial phase of the COVID-19 infodemic
K Singh, G Lima, M Cha, C Cha, J Kulshrestha, YY Ahn, O Varol
Plos one 17 (2), e0263381, 2022
732022
Human perceptions on moral responsibility of AI: A case study in AI-assisted bail decision-making
G Lima, N Grgić-Hlača, M Cha
Proceedings of the 2021 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2021
542021
Dimensions of diversity in human perceptions of algorithmic fairness
N Grgić-Hlača, G Lima, A Weller, EM Redmiles
arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.00808, 2022
392022
Collecting the public perception of AI and robot rights
G Lima, C Kim, S Ryu, C Jeon, M Cha
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 4 (CSCW2), 1-24, 2020
392020
Prevalence of misinformation and factchecks on the COVID-19 pandemic in 35 countries: Observational infodemiology study
M Cha, C Cha, K Singh, G Lima, YY Ahn, J Kulshrestha, O Varol
JMIR human factors 8 (1), e23279, 2021
372021
The conflict between explainable and accountable decision-making algorithms
G Lima, N Grgić-Hlača, JK Jeong, M Cha
Proceedings of the 2022 ACM conference on fairness, accountability, and …, 2022
342022
QAnon shifts into the mainstream, remains a far-right ally
S Zihiri, G Lima, J Han, M Cha, W Lee
Heliyon 8 (2), 2022
332022
User-chatbot conversations during the COVID-19 pandemic: study based on topic modeling and sentiment analysis
H Chin, G Lima, M Shin, A Zhunis, C Cha, J Choi, M Cha
Journal of medical Internet research 25, e40922, 2023
302023
On the social-relational moral standing of AI: An empirical study using AI-generated art
G Lima, A Zhunis, L Manovich, M Cha
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 8, 719944, 2021
212021
The Conflict Between People's Urge to Punish AI and Legal Systems
G Lima, M Cha, C Jeon, KS Park
Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 339, 0
14*
Blaming humans and machines: What shapes people’s reactions to algorithmic harm
G Lima, N Grgić-Hlača, M Cha
Proceedings of the 2023 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2023
112023
Emotion bubbles: Emotional composition of online discourse before and after the COVID-19 outbreak
A Zhunis, G Lima, H Song, J Han, M Cha
Proceedings of the ACM Web Conference 2022, 2603-2613, 2022
112022
Others are to blame: Whom people consider responsible for online misinformation
G Lima, J Han, M Cha
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 6 (CSCW1), 1-25, 2022
102022
Will punishing robots become imperative in the future?
G Lima, C Jeon, M Cha, K Park
Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2020
102020
Responsible AI and Its Stakeholders
G Lima, M Cha
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.11434, 2020
102020
Who Should Pay When Machines Cause Harm? Laypeople’s Expectations of Legal Damages for Machine-Caused Harm
G Lima, N Grgić-Hlača, JK Jeong, M Cha
ACM FAccT Conference, 2023
42023
Descriptive AI Ethics: Collecting and Understanding the Public Opinion
G Lima, M Cha
arXiv preprint arXiv:2101.05957, 2021
22021
Speech Emotion Classification Using Raw Audio Input and Transcriptions
G Lima, JY Bak
Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Signal Processing and …, 2018
22018
Laypeople's Egocentric Perceptions of Copyright for AI-Generated Art
G Lima, N Grgić-Hlača, E Redmiles
arXiv preprint arXiv:2407.10546, 2024
2024
People Expect Joint Accountability for Online Misinformation.
G Lima, J Han, M Cha
TTO, 12-17, 2021
2021
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