Roya Pakzad
Roya Pakzad
Researcher in Technology and Human Rights, Stanford University
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Sustained harm over time and space limits the external function of online counterpublics for American Muslims
N Salehi, R Pakzad, N Lajevardi, M Asad
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 7 (CSCW1), 1-24, 2023
Incubating Hate: Islamophobia and Gab
S Woolley, R Pakzad, N Monaco …, 2019
Leap of FATE: human rights as a complementary framework for AI policy and practice
C Cath, M Latonero, V Marda, R Pakzad
Proceedings of the 2020 conference on fairness, accountability, and …, 2020
Bits of Life: Leveraging Emerging Technologies to Improve the Livelihoods of Refugees
R Pakzad
Columbia University, 2017
Opportunities and challenges of emerging technologies for the refugee system
R Pakzad
Social Media Councils: From Concept To Reality
D Kaye, A Toh, E Donahoe, L Diamond, M Metzger, J Rydzak, R Pakzad, ...
Stanford, 2019
Governance innovation for a connected world
E Donahoe, FO Hampson, B Graham, S MacLellan, S Nossel, V Vilk, ...
Centre for International Governance Innovation, 2018
Anti-Muslim Americans: Coordinated online attacks during the 2018 US midterm elections
R Pakzad, N Salehi …, 2019
Private Sector Roles and Responsibilities: Protecting Quality of Discourse, Diversity of Content and Civic Engagement on Digital Platforms and Social Media
R MacKinnon, R Pakzad
Governance Innovation for a Connected World, 37, 2018
Amazon’s Echo: The Adverse Human Rights Impact of the Internet of Things
R Pakzad
Columbia University, …, 2016
The Effects of Information and Communication Technologies on Domestic Violence in Afghanistan
R Pakzad
Columbia University, …, 2015
Amazon’s Echo: The Negative Impact of the Internet of Things on Human Rights
R Pakzad
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