Research

Publications

Refereed Journal Articles

Hong, JW., Peng, Q., & Williams, D. (2020). Are you ready for Artificial Mozart and Skrillex?: An Experiment Testing Expectancy Violation Theory and AI Music. New Media & Society

Hong, JW. (2020). Why Is Artificial Intelligence Blamed More? Analysis of Faulting Artificial Intelligence for Self-Driving Car Accidents in Experimental Settings. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction

Hong, JW., Choi, S. & Williams, D. (2020). Sexist AI: An Experiment Integrating CASA and ELM. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction

Hong, JW., & Williams, D. (2019). Racism, Responsibility and Autonomy in HCI: Testing Perceptions of an AI Agent. Computers in Human Behaviors, 100, 79-84.

Curran, N. M., Sun, J., & Hong, JW. (2019) Anthropomorphizing AlphaGo: a content analysis of the framing of Google DeepMind’s AlphaGo in the Chinese and American press. AI & Society, 1-9.

Hong, JW., & Curran, N. M. (2019). Artificial Intelligence, Artists, and Art: Attitudes Toward Artwork Produced by Humans vs. Artificial Intelligence. ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications (TOMM), 15(2s), 58:1-16.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Hong, JW. (2018). Bias in Perception of Art Produced by Artificial Intelligence. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 10902, 290-303. [12% acceptance rate]

Book Chapters

Hong, JW. (2020). Is an AI art generator an artist? Analysis of YouTube comments regarding artworks created by artificial intelligence. Advances in Artificial Intelligence Research.

Presentations

Hong, JW. (2021). AI, Don’t Surprise Me and Stay in Your Lane: An Experimental Testing of Perceiving Humanlike Performances of Artificial Intelligence. ICA 71th Annual Convention, Communication & Technology. Virtual Convention. Top Student Paper Award.

Hong, JW. (2021). I Was Born to Love AI: The Influence of Social Status on AI Self-Efficacy and Intentions to Use AI Technology. ICA 71th Annual Convention, Human-Machine Communication. Virtual Convention.

Hong, JW. (2020). With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Inquiry into the Social Roles and the Power Dynamics in Human-AI Interactions. NCA 106th Annual Convention, Communication and the Future. Virtual Convention. Top Student Paper Award.

Hong, JW., & Lee, H. (2020). The Efficacy of Social Robots for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders: Meta-Analysis and a Systematic Review. NCA 106th Annual Convention, Human Communication and Technology. Virtual Convention.

Hong, JW., & Curran, N. M. (2020). ‘Assisting-Machine Era’ to ‘Substituting-Machine Era’: Integrative Theoretical Understanding of Artificial Intelligence As a Social Actor. ICA 70th Annual Convention, Human-Machine Communication. Australia. Top Student Paper Award.

Hong, JW., Cruz, I. & Williams, D. (2020). AI, You Can Drive My Car: How We Blame and Praise Human Drivers vs. Self-Driving Cars. ICA 70th Annual Convention, Human-Machine Communication. Australia.

Tewksbury, D., Hong, JW. (presenter), & Chang, H. H. (2020). Automated journalism and the hostile media effect: Experimental approaches on the perception of AI-written political news. ICA 70th Annual Convention, Human-Machine Communication. Australia.

Peng, Q. & Hong, JW. (presenter) (2020). Are you ready for Artificial Mozart and Skrillex?: An Experiment Testing Expectancy Violation Theory and AI Music. ICA 70th Annual Convention, Human-Machine Communication. Australia.

Hong, JW. (2019). Integrative Approach on Computer As Social Actors and Elaboration Likelihood Model Regarding Artificial Intelligence. ICA 69th Annual Convention, Human-Machine Communication. Washington DC.

Hong, JW. (2019). What If AI Becomes Racist?: The relationship Between Autonomy of Computers and Blame in Human-Machine Communication. ICA 69th Annual Convention, Human-Machine Communication. Washington DC.

Hong, JW. & Curran, N.M. (2019). Artificial Intelligence, Artists, and Art: Attitudes Toward Artwork Produced by Humans vs. Artificial Intelligence. International Symposium on Computational Media Art. Hong Kong

Hong, JW. (2018). Bias in Perception of Art Produced by Artificial Intelligence. HCI International 2018. Las Vegas, NV.

Hong, JW., Wang Y., & Lanz. P. (2018). A Quantitative Assessment of Attributional Biases Using Narratives and Attribution Theory: Faulting the Machine. NCA 104th Annual Convention. Salt Lake City, UT.

Wiemer, E., Wilson, S., Tewksbury, D., & Hong, JW. (2018). Agenda diversity and uniformity: News repertoires and their effects on the agenda setting process. NCA 104th Annual Convention. Salt Lake City, UT.

Cruz, I., Kwong, J., & Hong, JW. (2018). Who's to blame? Using attribution theory to explore reactions to human and autonomous agent interactions. NCA 104th Annual Convention. Salt Lake City, UT.