About Jack Bandy

Jack Bandy is a Ph.D. candidate in Northwestern's Technology and Social Behavior program, working in the Computational Journalism Lab. His research and writing focuses on public interest computing, mainly by exploring the social impact of algorithmic platforms like Twitter, Apple News, and TikTok.

πŸ“² Contact Information:

Everything worthwhile is done with other people! I'm even happy to meet in person if you're in Chicagoland. The best ways to connect with me:

  • πŸ“§ Send an email to jackbandy(at)u[dot]northwestern{dot}edu
  • πŸ’¬ Follow / DM me on Twitter

I am most active on Twitter, but if you really want, you can also follow me on Medium, LinkedIn, and/or GitHub.

πŸ“£ Recent Updates:

  • July 2021: New essay for Real Life πŸ–‹
  • June 2021: Developed this new website πŸ‘»
  • May 2021: New op-ed (on police tech) in the Chicago Tribune πŸ“°
  • May 2021: New working paper documenting BookCorpus πŸ“š πŸ“„
  • April 2021: New op-ed (on algorithmic transparency) in The Hill πŸ›
  • April 2021: CSCW 2021 Papers now in the official ACM Library 😎
  • March 2021: Volunteered at FAccT 2021 πŸ¦œπŸ™‚

πŸ“„ Curriculum Vitae:

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