Publications

Notes: Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Kyrie Zhou, and Zhixuan Zhou are all me.
* indicates equal contribution. ** indicates corresponding author.

Conference Papers

18. [ASIS&T ’24] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Chunyu Liu, Jingwen Shan, Devorah Kletenik, and Rachel F. Adler. 2024. Accessible Adventures: Teaching Accessibility to High School Students Through Games. In 87th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T).

17. [TPRC ’24] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou and Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo. 2024. Understanding People's Contextual Choices of Differential Privacy. In 52nd Research Conference on Communications, Information, and Internet Policy (TPRC).

16. [TPRC ’24] Allison Sinnott and Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou. 2024. How NFT Collectors Experience Online NFT Communities: A Case Study of Bored Ape. In 52nd Research Conference on Communications, Information, and Internet Policy (TPRC).

15. [CfC-SMART ’24] Luyao Zhang, Yutong Sun, Yutong Quan, Jiaxun Cao, Kyrie Zhou, and Xin Tong. 2024. Leveraging Social Media Sentiments and Ethical Signals for NFT Valuation. In CfC St. Moritz Academic Research Track (CfC-SMART).

14. [NLP4DH ’23 Short Paper] Bingqing Liu*, Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou*, Danlei Zhu*, and Jaihyun Park. 2023. Uncovering Gender Stereotypes in Video Game Character Designs: A Multi-Modal Analysis of Honor of Kings. In 3rd International Conference on Natural Language Processing for Digital Humanities (NLP4DH).

13. [CSCW ’24] Yunpeng Xiao, Bufan Deng, Siqi Chen, Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Luyao Zhang, RAY LC, and Xin Tong. 2024. "Centralized or Decentralized?": Concerns and Value Judgments of Stakeholders in the Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) Market. In 27th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW).

12. [SOUPS ’23] Zhixuan Zhou*, Tanusree Sharma*, Luke Emano, Sauvik Das, and Yang Wang. 2023. Iterative Design of An Accessible Crypto Wallet for Blind Users. In 19th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS). [News]

11. [USENIX Security ’23] Tanusree Sharma, Zhixuan Zhou, Andrew Miller, and Yang Wang. 2023. A Mixed-Methods Study of Security Practices of Smart Contract Developers. In 32nd USENIX Security Symposium. [News]

10. [CSCW ’23] Xinru Tang, Xianghua Ding, and Zhixuan Zhou. 2023. Towards Equitable Online Participation: A Case of Older Adult Content Creators' Role Transition on Short-form Video Sharing Platforms. In 26th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW). [News1] [News2] 🏆 Recognition for Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion (15/263, 5.7%)

9. [iConference ’23] Xiang Chen, Jiamu Xie, Zixin Wang, Bohui Shen, and Zhixuan Zhou**. 2023. How We Express Ourselves Freely: Censorship, Self-censorship, and Anti-censorship on a Chinese Social Media. In 18th iConference. [News1] [News2]

8. [CESC ’22] Tanusree Sharma*, Zhixuan Zhou*, Yun Huang, and Yang Wang. 2022. "It's A Blessing and A Curse": Unpacking Creators' Practices with Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and Their Communities. In Crypto Economics Security Conference (CESC).

7. [HICSS ’23] Mengyi Wei and Zhixuan Zhou. 2023. AI Ethics Issues in Real World: Evidence from AI Incident Database. In 56th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). [News1] [News2] [News3] 🏆 Best Paper Award (11/678, 1.6%)

6. [HICSS ’23] Zhixuan Zhou, Zixin Wang, and Franziska Zimmer. 2023. Anonymous Expression in an Online Community for Women in China. In 56th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). [News]

5. [S&P ’23] Zachary Kilhoffer, Zhixuan Zhou, Firmiana Wang, Fahad Tamton, Yun Huang, Pilyoung Kim, Tom Yeh, and Yang Wang. 2023. "How technical do you get? I'm an English teacher": Teaching and Learning Cybersecurity and AI Ethics in High School. In 44th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S&P). [News]

4. [AHFE ’22] Zhixuan Zhou and Bohui Shen. 2022. Toward Understanding the Use of Centralized Exchanges for Decentralized Cryptocurrency. In 13th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE).

3. [HICSS ’22] Zhixuan Zhou, Xianghua Ding, Xinru Tang, and Yunan Chen. 2022. "I Prefer an Everyday Style and Dislike Big Food Fighters": Integrating Foodshow into Everyday Life. In 55th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS).

2. [SmartCity ’19] Zhiguo Zhou, Huiyu Cai, and Zhixuan Zhou. 2019. An Analysis of Pedestrians' Behavior in Emergency Evacuation Using Cellular Automata Simulation. In 17th IEEE International Conference on Smart City (SmartCity).

1. [ICAART ’19 Position Paper] Zhixuan Zhou, Huankang Guan, Meghana Moorthy Bhat, and Justin Hsu. 2019. Fake News Detection via NLP is Vulnerable to Adversarial Attacks. In 11th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence (ICAART).

Posters, Extended Abstracts, and Works-in-progress

6. [ASIS&T ’24 Panel] Howard Rosenbaum, Ece Gumusel, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, Miriam Sweeney, Steve Sawyer, and Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou. 2024. Exploring Some Impacts of Advances in Artificial Intelligence: A Social Informatics Approach. In 87th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T).

5. [FAccT ’24 Doctoral Colloquium] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou. 2024. Presentation TBD. In ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAccT).

4. [CSCW ’23 Poster] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Bohui Shen, Franziska Zimmer, Chuanli Xia, and Xin Tong. 2023. More Than a Wife and a Mom: A Study of Mom Vlogging Practices in China. In 26th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW). [TL;DR]

3. [SOUPS ’23 Poster] Zachary Kilhoffer, Zhixuan Zhou, Firmiana Wang, Fahad Tamton, Yun Huang, Pilyoung Kim, Tom Yeh, and Yang Wang. 2023. "How technical do you get? I'm an English teacher": Teaching and Learning Cybersecurity and AI Ethics in High School. In 19th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS).

2. [IC2S2 ’23 Poster] Zhixuan Zhou, Jiao Sun, Jiaxin Pei, Nanyun Peng, Jinjun Xiong, and Yang Wang. 2023. A Moral- and Event- Centric Discovery of Gender Bias in Fairy Tales at A Large Scale. In 9th International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2).

1. [HCI International ’23 Poster] Zhixin Shi*, Zhixuan Zhou*, Abhinav Choudhry, Mengyi Wei, Xiang Chen, and Bohui Shen. 2023. Ethical Concerns of COVID-19 Contact Tracing: A Narrative Review. In 25th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International).

Workshop Papers

9. [QRS Workshop ’24] Luyao Zhang, Yutong Quan, Jiaxun Cao, Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, and Xin Tong. 2024. Leveraging Social Media Sentiments and Ethical Signals for NFT Valuation. In Workshop on Blockchain and Smart Contracts co-located with QRS.

8. [CHI Workshop ’24] Rachel F. Adler, Kevin Baez, Melissa Delgado, Daniela Raudales Reyes, Jocelyn Sotelo, Jingwen Shan, Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, and Susan Magasi. 2024. Co-Designing a Peer Navigator Intervention for People with Disabilities. In 3rd EmpathiCH Workshop co-located with CHI.

7. [HRI Workshop ’24] Abhinav Choudhry, Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, and Rachel F. Adler. 2024. Perceived Credibility of LLM Responses in Search Contexts. In Human - Large Language Model Interaction Workshop co-located with HRI.

6. [UIUC iSchool Research Showcase ’23] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Jiaxun Cao, Xiaowen Yuan, Daniel E. Weissglass, Zachary Kilhoffer, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, and Xin Tong. 2023. "I'm Not Confident in Debiasing AI Systems Since I Know Too Little": Teaching AI Creators About Gender Bias Through Hands-on Tutorials. In UIUC iSchool 2023 Research Showcase.

5. [CSCW Workshop ’23] Weirui Peng, Mengyi Wei, and Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou. 2023. Enhancing User Engagement in AI Auditing Through Gamification and Storytelling. In Supporting User Engagement in Testing, Auditing, and Contesting AI Workshop co-located with CSCW.

4. [IDC Workshop ’23] Lyumanshan Ye and Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou. 2023. Children-Chatbot Collaboration for Enhancing Language Skills for Children with ASD. In Designing AI Interfaces for Children with Special Needs in Educational Contexts Workshop co-located with IDC.

3. [ICDCS Workshop ’23] Andreea-Elena Drăgnoiu, Moritz Platt, Zixin Wang, and Zhixuan Zhou. 2023. The More You Know: Energy Labelling Enables More Sustainable Cryptocurrency Investment. In 1st Workshop on Fintech and Decentralized Finance (FiDeFix) co-located with ICDCS.

2. [UIUC iSchool Research Showcase ’21] Zhixuan Zhou, Xianghua Ding, Xinru Tang, and Yunan Chen. 2022. "I Prefer an Everyday Style and Dislike Big Food Fighters": Integrating Foodshow into Everyday Life. In UIUC iSchool 2021 Research Showcase.

1. [NeurIPS Workshop ’19] Meghana Moorthy Bhat and Zhixuan Zhou. 2019. Fake News Detection via NLP Becomes Harder. In 14th Women in Machine Learning Workshop (WiML) co-located with NeurIPS.

4. [Information Matters] Jingtian Jia and Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou. 2024. Teaching Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities in China: Strategies and Challenges. In Information Matters.

3. [Information Matters] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, and Allison Sinnott. 2023. Toward Ethical Use of Generative AI in AP Courses. In Information Matters. 🏅 SSRN's Top Ten download list (60 days) for: Educational Technology, Media & Library Science eJournal

2. [U.S. Copyright Office ’23] Gowri Saini Balasubramaniam, Sara Rachel Benson, Anita Say Chan, Keith Jacobs, Karen V. Jenkins, Smirity Kaushik, Jiaqi Ma, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, Eryclis Rodrigues Bezerra Silva, Emmy Tither, Michael Twidale, Ted E. Underwood, Yaman Yu, and Kyrie Zhou (alphabetical order). 2023. Copyright and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Policy comment presented to U.S. Copyright Office.

1. [NTIA ’23] Zachary Kilhoffer, Anita Nikolich, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, and Zhixuan Zhou (alphabetical order). 2023. AI Accountability Policy. Policy comment presented to National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).

Preprints and Working Papers

11. [Working Paper] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Abhinav Choudhry, Ece Gumusel, and Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo. 2024. "Sora is Incredible and Scary": Emerging Governance Challenges of Text-to-Video Generative AI Models. arXiv.

10. [Working Paper] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou and Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo. 2024. Public Perceptions of Gender Bias in Large Language Models: Cases of ChatGPT and Ernie. arXiv. [News1] [News2]

9. [Working Paper] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Zachary Kilhoffer, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, Ted Underwood, Ece Gumusel, Mengyi Wei, Abhinav Choudhry, and Jinjun Xiong. 2024. "The teachers are confused as well": A Multiple-Stakeholder Ethics Discussion on Large Language Models in Computing Education. arXiv.

8. [Working Paper] Ece Gumusel, Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, and Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo. 2024. User Privacy Harms and Risks in Conversational AI: A Proposed Framework. arXiv.

7. [Working Paper] Yunpeng Xiao, Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Yueqing Liang, and Kai Shu. 2024. Understanding The Concerns and Choices of The Public When Using Large Language Models for Healthcare. Submitted to 7th AAAI Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society (AIES).

6. [Working Paper] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Jiaxun Cao, Xiaowen Yuan, Daniel E. Weissglass, Zachary Kilhoffer, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, and Xin Tong. 2023. "I'm Not Confident in Debiasing AI Systems Since I Know Too Little": Teaching AI Creators About Gender Bias Through Hands-on Tutorials. Submitted to Education and Information Technologies.

5. [Working Paper] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Yilin Zhu, Jingwen Shan, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, and Hee Rin Lee. 2024. Revitalizing Sex Education for Chinese Children: A Formative Study. Submitted to Information and Learning Sciences.

4. [Working Paper] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Royta Iftakher, Sean P. Mullen, Rachel F. Adler, and Devorah Kletenik. 2024. Title. Submitted to 26th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS).

3. [Working Paper] Mengyi Wei, Kyrie Zhou, Dongsheng Chen, Madelyn Sanfilippo, Puzhen Zhang, Chuan Chen, Yu Feng, and Liqiu Meng. 2024. Title. Submitted to Humanities and Social Sciences Communications.

2. [Working Paper] Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, Weirui Peng, Yuhan Liu, and Rachel F. Adler. 2024. Exploring the Diversity of Music Experiences for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People. Submitted to 27th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW).

1. [Working Paper] Na Yang, Kyrie Zhixuan Zhou, and Yunzhe Li. 2023. How People Perceive The Dynamic Zero-COVID Policy: A Retrospective Analysis From The Perspective of Appraisal Theory. arXiv. Submitted to and withdrawn from 19th iConference due to political interference.