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Gabriel Recchia

Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication

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Dr Gabriel Recchia

Gabriel Recchia

Gabriel Recchia received his PhD in Cognitive Science from the University of Indiana in 2012. His current research concerns the communication of information in ways that support comprehension and informed decision-making, and which take into account recipients' information needs and preferences. He also conducts research on distributional models and their applications in the cognitive and social sciences, and has studied at Stanford and the University of Memphis Institute for Intelligent Systems.

Gabriel lead on user interface design and evaluation of Predict: Breast and user-friendly genetic reports, including evaluations of the effect of design choices on trust and comprehension. He also contributed to the Centre's work on communicating information about societal risks, and to user interface design for other risk/benefit communication tools. He has now been awarded funding as an independent research to study the explainability of AI systems.

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The search for the best evidence communication of 2022 begins!

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The Harding Prizes for communication in 2022 are now open for nominations at https://hardingprize.online

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