Gladwin Development Chair Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Computer Science
[7/2020] Invited to serve as a PC member for TheWebConf 2021.
[7/2020] Two papers are accepted in CIKM 2020.
[7/2020] An algorithm to detect fake news-ASU Knowledge Enterprise.
[7/2020] Invited to serve as a PC member for SDM 2021.
[6/2020] Received the Best Reviewer Award in ICWSM 2020.
[6/2020] Invited to serve as a PC member for WSDM 2021.
[6/2020] Two papers are accepted in ECML-PKDD 2020.
[5/2020] FakeNewsTracker is among the Top ML Projects To Fight Fake News Fatigue During COVID-19.
[5/2020] Co-presented (remotely) a keynote talk in the Workshop on Data Science for Fake News at PAKDD 2020.
[4/2020] One paper is accepted in SIGIR'20.
[3/2020] Received the ASU CIDSE Doctoral Fellowship.
[3/2020] The Springer book is officially out! - Disinformation, Misinformation, and Fake News in Social Media. [ToC]
[11/2019] One paper is accepted in ICWSM'20
[9/2019] Fires in the Amazon: Arizona researchers determine what’s true, what’s not, an interview with Arizona PBS Cronkite News on AI and fake news [video].
[9/2019] AI Squares Off Against Fake News. -- feature news about KDD'19 tutorial.
Kai Shu is a Gladwin Development Chair Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Illinois Institute of Technology since Fall 2020. His research lies in machine learning, data mining, social computing with applications such as disinformation, education, and healthcare. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science at Arizona State University in July 2020, under the supervision of Professor Huan Liu. He was the recipients of 2020/2015 ASU CIDSE Doctoral Fellowship, 2018 SBP Disinformation Challenge Winner. He interned at Microsoft Research AI, Yahoo Research and HP Labs.
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