Dr Rhianne Jones’ research examines the intersection of public values and data driven technology. She leads a programme of research that looks at critical questions arising from the increasing use of data, with a focus on public service media. She works with university and industry partners to conduct timely research to inform technology strategy and policy.
Selected publications (2018 onwards)
Sailaja, N., Jones, R. 2021 Designing for Human Data Interaction in Data-Driven Media Experiences Extended Abstracts of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2021-05-08
Kennedy, H., Steadman, R., Jones, R., Hartman, T. 2020. Public Perceptions of Good Data Management: Findings from a UK-based Survey. Big Data and Society. DOI
Steadman, R., Kennedy, H., Jones, R. 2020. Complex ecologies of trust in data practices and data-driven systems. Journal of Information and Communication. DOI
Simkute A., Luger E., Evans M., Jones R. 2020. Experts in the Shadow of Algorithmic Systems: Exploring Intelligibility in a Decision-Making Context. ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '20)
Kennedy, H., Steadman, R., Jones, R. 2020. Approaching public perceptions of datafication through the lens of inequality: a case study in public service media information, Communication & Society
Jones, R., Jones, B. 2019. Atomising Public Service News: The (in)Flexibility of Structured Journalism. Digital Journalism Special Issue ‘Algorithms, Automation and News’.
Crabb, M., Heron, M., Jones, R. 2019. Developing Accessible Services: Understanding Current Knowledge and Areas for Future Support. CHI2019. Glasgow. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Honourable Mention. DOI
Fields, B., Jones, R., Cowlishaw, T. 2018. The Case for Public Service Recommender Systems. Fairness, Accountability and Transparency in Recommender Systems (Fairness, Accountability and Transparency in Recommender Systems, FATREC)