The Stakes are High: But, do we know what they look like?

Workshop Paper
Samir Passi
Paper presented at Lives of Data 2.0 workshop organized by SARAI at the Center for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) in New Delhi, India.
Publication year: 2018

Collaborative Negotiations in Corporate Data Science

Research Presentation
Samir Passi
Presentation in the Culturally Embedded Computing (CEMCOM) research group at Cornell University
Publication year: 2018

Collaborating with Data Science Teams: Facilitating Trust between Data Scientists and Business Stakeholders

Invited Talk
Samir Passi
Invited Talk at a US-based technology firm (company name retracted to preserve research anonymity as per Cornell IRB guidelines)
Publication year: 2018

Visual Thinking: Unpacking Use of Visuals in Data Analytic Learning and Beyond

Conference Paper
Samir Passi
Paper presentation in the 2017 Meeting of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) at Boston, August 30 – September 2.
Publication year: 2017

Leveraging Vision in Machine Learning

Invited Talk
Samir Passi
Invited Talk at a US-based technology firm (company name retracted to preserve research anonymity as per Cornell IRB guidelines)
Publication year: 2017

Data Vision: Learning to See Through Algorithmic Abstraction

Best Paper AwardConference Paper
Samir Passi, Steven Jackson
In Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW '17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 2436-2447. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/2998181.2998331
Publication year: 2017

A Business Guide to Machine Learning

Invited Talk
Samir Passi
Invited Talk at a US-based technology firm (company name retracted to preserve research anonymity as per Cornell IRB guidelines)
Publication year: 2017

“From what I see, this makes sense:” Seeing meaning in algorithmic results

Workshop Paper
Samir Passi, Phoebe Sengers
Paper presented at Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 2016 workshop 'Algorithms at Work: Empirical Diversity, Analytic Vocabularies, Design Implications.'
Publication year: 2016

Small Steps Towards Big Data

Invited Talk
Samir Passi
Invited lecture at the Department of Architecture, Art, and Planning at Cornell University for the course ARCH 3819 - Design Culture and Practices in the Digital Era.
Publication year: 2016

It's Data Science: Exploring the Human Face of Data Analysis

Invited Talk
Samir Passi
Invited lecture at the Department of Architecture, Art, and Planning at Cornell University for the course ARCH 3819 - Design Culture and Practices in the Digital Era.
Publication year: 2016

Data Pedagogy: Learning to Make Sense of Algorithmic Numbers

Conference Paper
Samir Passi
Paper presented at the 4S/EASST Conference in Barcelon, Spain, under the track - Critical Data Studies.
Publication year: 2016

See Tester Play: Situating Software within Sociology of Testing

Research Presentation
Samir Passi
Presentation at Cornell's Information Science Graduate Seminar Series. February 20, 2015.
Publication year: 2015

Data Vision: Learning to See through Algorithmic Abstraction

Research Presentation
Samir Passi
Presentation at Cornell's Information Science Graduate Seminar Series. October 23, 2015.
Publication year: 2015

Mapping EINS: An exercise in mapping the Network of Excellence in Internet Science

Conference Paper
Almila Akdag Salah, Sally Wyatt, Samir Passi, Andrea Scharnhorst
arXiv preprint arXiv:1304.5753, 2013.
Publication year: 2013

‘Slide to Unlock?’ - Mobile Convergence and Collapsing Contexts

Best Presentation AwardResearch Presentation
Samir Passi
Presentation in the Excellence in InterNet Science (EINS) workshop in Lausanne, Switzerland. (Best Presentation Award)
Publication year: 2012

Overview of Online Privacy, Reputation, Trust, and Identity Mechanisms - A Report

Research Report
Samir Passi, Sally Wyatt, et al.
Research Report 5.1.1 for the EU FP7 Research Project — Excellence in Internet Science (EINS)
Publication year: 2012

Deconstructing the Time-Traveling Identity

Conference Paper
Samir Passi, Ranjit Singh
Proceedings of the International conference on the Philosophy of Computer Games, Athens, Greece.
Publication year: 2011