Professor Flanagan wins Award of Distinction at the Prix Ars Electronica

Professor Mary Flanagan's software driven participatory artwork [help me know the truth] won an Award of Distinction at The Prix Ars Electronica digital art competition/festival in Austria. The work (initially supported by funds from The Leslie Center and the Fairchild Chair) will be exhibited and presented with the award September 8th at the Ars Electronica Gala in Liz's Brucknerhaus. 

Professor Flanagan was also one of two scholars who received a 2018 Arts Writing in Digital Arts award from the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation "in recognition of her sustained dedication to the field as an established arts writer". Read more about this honor in the Dartmouth News.

A new article about the rise of AI, robots, and the future of work in her third article for Salon: "The Rise of the 'Automacene': How robots will define the next epoch in human history".

Professor Flanagan was interviewed for Alia Wong's article in The Atlantic and NHPR's radio show Word of Mouth about the controversial release of a First-Person Shooter game: "The Rapid Retraction of a School-Shooting Video Game".  She also was a member of the panel on New Hampshire Public Radio's "Word of Mouth" for a discussion about the history of video games in New Hampshire past, present and future.