Nonnecke, B. (April 14, 2020). A simple guide to scrape tweets using Python. CITRIS Policy Lab.
Op-Eds & White Papers
Nonnecke, B. (Nov. 15, 2020). The FCC is trying to govern content moderation. It doesn’t have the authority. The Hill.
Nonnecke, B. (Oct. 2020). Four strategies to combat disinformation before elections. Protego Press.
Nonnecke, B., Sampath, N., Sistla, N., & Crittenden, C. (Sept. 2020). The Future of Public Sector Work: Human-Centered Technology and Policy Strategies. CITRIS Policy Lab, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute.
Nonnecke, B. (April 1, 2020). As millions of students turn to online education, the FCC must implement bold changes to close the digital divide. Protego Press.
Fahs, G., Nonnecke, B., & Parikh, N. (Dec. 6, 2019). Applying test-driven development to technology policy. Protego Press.
Nonnecke, B. (Nov. 5, 2019). California’s Anti-Deepfake Law is far too feeble. Wired.
Nonnecke, B. & Cussins Newman, J. (Oct. 18, 2019). Here’s how California is approaching the ethics of AI. World Economic Forum.
Nonnecke, B., Ruhrmann, H., & Sampson Geroski, A. (Sept. 2019). Responsible digital ID: Effects of data governance policies and practices on human rights. Case studies from Argentina, Estonia, Kenya, and China. CITRIS Policy Lab, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute.
Nonnecke, B. & Cussins Newman, J. (May 28, 2019). Fair, reliable, and safe: California can lead the way on AI policy to ensure benefits for all. Berkeley Blog.
Nonnecke, B., Gummi, M., Crittenden, C., Lindeman, D., Gillette, D. (Sept. 2018). Putting AI to Work: Technology and Policy for Enabling the Workforce of the Future. CITRIS and the Banatao Institute.
Nonnecke, B. & Martin, E. (Feb. 26, 2018). Will the next evaluation breakthrough come from online shopping? Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Nonnecke, B. (Dec. 14, 2017). Fight sexual harassment in technology companies with — technology. Mercury News.
Nonnecke, B. (Jan. 20, 2019). Mobile broadband holds great promise for rural connectivity, but is it enough? The CITRIS Policy Lab.
Nonnecke, B. (Sept. 2017). Artificial intelligence can make our societies more equal. Here’s how. World Economic Forum
Nonnecke, B. (Sept. 2017). Risks of Recognition: The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is rolling out a new digital ID program with plenty of potential benefits — and major cybersecurity implications. Context: By New America.
Nonnecke, B., Prabhakar, T., Brown, C., & Crittenden, C. (July 2017). Inclusive AI: Technology and Policy for a Diverse Urban Future. CITRIS and the Banatao Institute.
Nonnecke, B. (Jan. 2017). Revolutionary Code: Why we need more conscious and collaborative social movement technologies. Context: By New America.
Nonnecke, B., Bruch, M., & Crittenden, C. (June 2016). IoT & Sustainability: Practice, Policy, and Promise. CITRIS and the Banatao Institute.
Ochoa, M. & Nonnecke, B. (Oct. 2019). Increasing human development in rural Mexico through policies for internet access. Proceedings of the 2019 IEEE Global Humanitarian Tech Conference (GHTC). Seattle, WA. [PDF]
Nonnecke, B., Martin del Campo, A., Singh, S., Wu, W., & Crittenden, C. (2019). Women’s reproductive rights: Computational propaganda in the United States. Institute for the Future. [PDF]
Nonnecke, B., Mohanty, S., Lee, A., Lee, J., Beckman, S., Mi., J., Panpairoj, T., Ancheta, J., Martinez, H., Oco, N., Roxas, R., Crittenden, C., & Goldberg, K. (2018, October). Malasakit 2.0: A participatory online platform with feature phone integration and voice recognition for crowdsourcing disaster risk reduction strategies in the Philippines. Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE Global Humanitarian Tech Conference (GHTC). San Jose, CA. [PDF]
Nonnecke, B. Mohanty, S., Lee, A., Lee, J., Beckman, S., Mi., J., Krishnan, S., Roxas, R., Oco, N., Crittenden, C., & Goldberg, K. (2017, October). Malasakit 1.0: A participatory online platform for crowdsourcing disaster risk reduction strategies in the Philippines. Proceedings of the IEEE Global Humanitarian Tech Conference (GHTC). San Jose, CA. [PDF]
Meneses, M., Nonnecke, B., Martin del Campo, A., Krishnan, S., Patel, J., Kim, M., Crittenden, C., & Goldberg, K. (2017) Overcoming citizen mistrust and enhancing democratic practices: Results from the e-participation platform ‘Mexico Participa.’ Information Technologies and International Development (ITID), 13, 138-154. [PDF]
Epstein, D. & Nonnecke, B. (2016). Multistakeholderism in praxis: The case of the regional and national IGF initiatives. Policy & Internet, 8(2), 148-173. doi: 10.1016/j.telpol.2015.12.005. [PDF]
Nonnecke, B. (2016). The transformative effects of multistakeholderism in Internet governance: A case study of the East Africa Internet Governance Forum. Telecommunications Policy, 40(4), 343-352. [PDF]
Dinesen, B., Nonnecke, B., Lindeman, D., Toft, E., Kidholm, K., Jethwani, K., Young, H., Spindler, H., Oestergaard, C., Southard, J., Gutierrez, M., Anderson, N., Albert, N., Han, J., Nesbitt, T. (2016). Personalized telehealth in the future: A research agenda. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 8(3). [PDF]
Nonnecke, B.*, Krishnan, S.*, Patel, J., Zhou, M., Byaruhanga, L., Masinde, D., Meneses, M., Martin del Campo, A., Crittenden, C., & Goldberg, K. (October 2015). DevCAFE 1.0: A participatory platform for assessing development interventions in the field. Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC). Seattle, WA. [PDF]
– Recipient of 2015 IEEE GHTC Best Paper Award
Patel, J., Gershoni, G., Krishnan, S., Nelimarkka, M., Nonnecke, B., & Goldberg, K. (August 2015). A case study in mobile-optimized vs. responsive web application design. Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI). Copenhagen, Denmark. [PDF]
Zhou, M., Cliff, A., Huang, A., Krishnan, S., Nonnecke, B., Uchino, K., Joseph, S., Fox, A., Goldberg, K. (March 2015). M-CAFE: Managing MOOC Student Feedback with Collaborative Filtering. Proceedings of the 2nd ACM Conference on Learning At Scale (L@S 2015), Vancouver, BC, Canada. [PDF]
Martin, B. & Jayakar, K. (2013). Moving beyond dichotomy: Comparing composite telecommunications regulatory governance indices. Telecommunications Policy, 37(9), 691-701. [PDF]
Olorunnisola, A. & Martin, B. (2013). Influences of media on social movements: Problematizing hyperbolic inferences about impacts. Telematics & Informatics, 30(3), 275- 288. [PDF]
– Most frequently downloaded article for over 90 days in Telematics & Informatics (from May – July 2013)
Jayakar, K. & Martin, B. (2012). Regulatory governance in African telecommunications: Testing the resource curse hypothesis. Telecommunications Policy, 36(9), 691-703. [PDF]
Martin, B. (2012). Hitting or missing African UAS objectives? An evaluation of universal access and service (UAS) policy guidelines for developing countries. Communications & Strategies, 86(2), 121-141. [PDF]
Martin, B. & Abbott, E. (Winter 2011). Mobile phones and rural livelihoods: Diffusion, uses, and perceived impacts of uses among small- to medium-sized farm holders in Kamuli District, Uganda. Information Technologies & International Development, 7(4), 17-34. [PDF]
Koenig, K. A. & Nonnecke, B. (in press). Human rights, psychology, and artificial intelligence. In N. S. Rubin & R. L. Flores (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook on Psychology and Human Rights. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Nonnecke, B., Aitamurto, T., Catterson, D., Crittenden, C., Garland, C., Huang, A., Krishnan, S., Nelimarkka, M., Newsom, G., Patel, J., Scott, J., & Goldberg, K. (2016). The California Report Card v1.0. In E. Gordon & P. Mihailidis (Eds.), Civic Media: Technology, Design, Practice (pp. 235 – 240). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Martin, B. & Olorunnisola, A. (2013). Voicing dissent from Kenya to Egypt: How new ICTs can either be “liberation” or “repression” technologies. In A. Olorunnisola & A. Douai (Eds.), New media influence on social and political change in Africa. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Martin, B. (2011). Review of communications research in action: Scholar-activist collaborations for a democratic sphere edited by Philip M. Napoli and Minna Aslama. Journal of Information Policy, 1, 179-181.