Center for Constructive Communication
Center for Constructive Communication
For The Atlantic, Professor Deb Roy, director of the MIT Center for Constructive Communication, imagines a new kind of social network.
The Media Lab is honored to have had its research and researchers highlighted in two 2023 end-of-year lists prepared by MIT News.
Jad Kabbara was selected for his research using generative AI for understanding community conversation.
An evolving list of IAP activities hosted by members of the Media Lab community in collaboration with other MIT departments during 2024.
Designing tools, methods and systems that connect rather than divide us to create a healthier society.
Human-AI Systems for Dialogue and Listening
The MIT CCC participated in this year's Ars Electronica festival from September 6–10, 2023.
Media Labbers, Cassandra Lee and David Ramsay, received honorable mentions for the 2023 Envisioning the Future of Computing Prize.
Media Lab alum Dr. Joy Buolamwini has been named to TIME's 100 Most Influential People in AI 2023.
During TEDxBentleyU, Belén C. Saldías Fuentes invited the audience to consider the cultural biases built into tools like ChatGPT.
MIT Media Lab postdoc Ziv Epstein discusses issues arising from the use of generative AI to make art and other media.
Belén and Ufuoma received these awards at the 2023 Graduate Women of Excellence Ceremony in the Samberg Conference Center on May 8.
We're so proud of everything you've accomplished here, and can't wait to see what you do next.
MIT’s Center for Constructive Communication takes aim at the destructive nature of social media
Congratulations to Hope Schroeder and collaborators on receiving the single Best Case Study award at CHI'23.
Congratulations to Daniella DiPaola, Pedro Reynolds-Cuéllar, and Hope Schroeder on being 2023 recipients of the Gary Mardsen Travel Awards.
As a journalist-in-residence, Aronson-Rath, a leading voice on the future of journalism, will expand on her ongoing collaboration with CCC.
Does using text-to-image models like Stable Diffusion in the creative process affect what people make in the physical world?
MIT–Chile Research Workshops is an initiative to bring Artificial Intelligence, Visualization, and Causality research through lectures, han…
Ceasar McDowell, among others, spoke to participants at the WORLDING workshop on “Land-Use Planning and Authorship."
Maggie Hughes is a student in the MIT Center for Constructive Communication, and Tara Boroushaki is a student in the Signal Kinetics group.
The Knight Institute was established by Columbia University and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation in 2016.
Deb Roy, director of the MIT Center for Constructive Communication, discusses his research and how technology can be used for social good.
President Reif and faculty members welcome the Class of 2026 to MIT.
In Wired, Deb Roy, director of the MIT CCC, and postdoc Nabeel Gillani make the case for "you-are-here" maps for the internet.
What the science of baking taught me about leaving home and entering a new environment
MIT senior Sihao Huang describes his experience working with Alex Siegenfeld towards the emerging field of complex systems science.
Deb Roy talks to McKinsey about the many ways audience, voice, and medium combine to create compelling stories.
His work will focus on refining Ethical Computing Protocol as a tool and resource for researchers and practitioners.
An evolving list of IAP activities hosted by members of the Media Lab community in collaboration with other departments.
Can machines make us better citizens and conversationalists? Deb Roy thinks so.
A new model shows that the more polarized and hyperconnected a social network is, the more likely misinformation will spread.
Sarah Ballinger, a staff member within MIT CCC, has been selected as a winner of the 2021 MIT Excellence Awards, for Innovative Solutions.
A database of community conversations in various Boston neighborhoods launches publicly on Monday.
Researchers enlist grassroots activists to engage “invisible” residents about the future of the city.
In this podcast episode, Ceasar McDowell talks about designing better, more equitable public conversations.
In a recent lecture, Deb Roy discussed social media, democracy, and the continuing importance of local, in-person conversations.
Deb Roy talks to Amina Asim about the ways misinformation spreads on social media and what kinds of damage it can cause.
May 27, 2021
McDowell will head civic design at new center, maintain leadership role at Department of Urban Studies and Planning.
The cross-campus effort will design human-machine systems that improve communication across divides.
The Commission's members are drawn from government, research and academia, civil society, public service, and private industry.
Language analysis reveals possible reinforcement of race- and income-based achievement gap.