Shuyuan Metcalfe and Xiuwen Liu Awarded U.S. Air Force Project to Identify “Deepfake” Image Manipulation

FSU faculty members Dr. Shuyuan Metcalfe (School of Information) and Dr. Xiuwen Liu (Department of Computer Science) are currently working on exciting research to identify “deepfake” images. The recently awarded Project Aletheia from the U.S. Air Force (USAF) allows FSU investigators to develop machine learning (ML) models that will detect digitally manipulated images. The research …

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iSchool Professor Attends AOM Annual Meeting

Caroline Stratton

Dr. Caroline Stratton presented her work “Maintaining Local and Interpartner Legitimacy in North-South Partnerships in International Development: A Study from the Local Partner Perspective” at the Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meeting. 

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Dr. Kyung Kim Receives Fred L. Standley Award

Fred L. Standley Award Winner: Dr. Kyung Kim, Library Liaison

Dr. Kyung Kim, Library Liaison for the School of Communication and School of Communication Science and Disorders, has been selected as one of two 2022 recipients of the Fred L. Standley Award, which honors outstanding faculty members within the University Libraries at Florida State University.

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Behind The Scenes of The “Oral History of Museum Computing”

Paul Marty has spent the past two years working with Katherine Jones to chronicle the history of information technology in museums by collecting oral histories from a wide range of museum computing pioneers. This collection of oral histories features over forty hours of recorded oral histories from more than fifty museum technology professionals working around the world from the 1960s to the present day.

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