Roberto Ulloa
Roberto Ulloa
University of Konstanz
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How search engines disseminate information about COVID-19 and why they should do better
M Makhortykh, A Urman, R Ulloa
USA 1 (3), 2020
The matter of chance: auditing web search results related to the 2020 US presidential primary elections across six search engines
A Urman, M Makhortykh, R Ulloa
Social science computer review 40 (5), 1323-1339, 2022
Detecting race and gender bias in visual representation of AI on web search engines
M Makhortykh, A Urman, R Ulloa
Advances in Bias and Fairness in Information Retrieval: Second International …, 2021
Institutions and cultural diversity: Effects of democratic and propaganda processes on local convergence and global diversity
R Ulloa, C Kacperski, F Sancho
PLoS one 11 (4), e0153334, 2016
“I updated the< ref>”: The evolution of references in the English Wikipedia and the implications for altmetrics
O Zagorova, R Ulloa, K Weller, F Flöck
Quantitative Science Studies 3 (1), 147-173, 2022
Where the earth is flat and 9/11 is an inside job: A comparative algorithm audit of conspiratorial information in web search results
A Urman, M Makhortykh, R Ulloa, J Kulshrestha
Telematics and informatics 72, 101860, 2022
Hey, Google, is it what the Holocaust looked like? Auditing algorithmic curation of visual historical content on Web search engines
M Makhortykh, A Urman, R Ulloa
First Monday 26 (10), 2021
Auditing source diversity bias in video search results using virtual agents
A Urman, M Makhortykh, R Ulloa
Companion Proceedings of the Web Conference 2021, 232-236, 2021
Impact of incentives for greener battery electric vehicle charging–A field experiment
C Kacperski, R Ulloa, S Klingert, B Kirpes, F Kutzner
Energy Policy 161, 112752, 2022
Scaling up search engine audits: Practical insights for algorithm auditing
R Ulloa, M Makhortykh, A Urman
Journal of information science, 01655515221093029, 2022
To track or not to track: examining perceptions of online tracking for information behavior research
M Makhortykh, A Urman, T Gil-Lopez, R Ulloa
Internet Research 32 (7), 260-279, 2022
Auditing the representation of migrants in image web search results
A Urman, M Makhortykh, R Ulloa
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 9 (1), 1-16, 2022
Digital Archive of Memorialization of Mass Atrocities (DAMMA) Workshop Whitepaper1
D Bultmanni, M Makhortykhii, D Simoniii, R Ulloaiv, EM Zuckeriii
Yale University Genocide Studies Program, 2022
Do athletes imagine being the best, or crossing the finish line first? A mixed methods analysis of construal levels in elite athletes’ spontaneous imagery
C Kacperski, R Ulloa, C Hall
Journal of Mixed Methods Research 13 (2), 216-241, 2019
Kivy–Interactive Applications and Games in Python
R Ulloa
Packt Publishing Ltd, 2015
Memory, counter-memory and denialism: How search engines circulate information about the Holodomor-related memory wars
M Makhortykh, A Urman, R Ulloa
Memory studies 15 (6), 1330-1345, 2022
Hey, Google, is it what the Holocaust looked like?
M Makhortykh, A Urman, R Ulloa
First Monday, online, 2021
Nobility-targeting raids among the Classic Maya: Cooperation in scale-free networks persists under tournament attack when population size fluctuates
R Ulloa, T Froese
The 2019 Conference on Artificial Life, 472-479, 2016
This Is What Pandemic Looks Like: Visual Framing of COVID-19 on Search Engines
M Makhortykh, A Urman, R Ulloa
COVID Communication: Exploring Pandemic Discourse, 113-123, 2023
Search engine effects on news consumption: Ranking and representativeness outweigh familiarity in news selection
R Ulloa, C Kacperski Sylwia
New Media & Society 2023 (0),, 2023
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