Sands Fish is a computational artist, data scientist, and fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, leading data analysis and visualization for Media Cloud. His focus is on data visualization, semantic web technologies, linked open data, information architecture, and their application to education and civic media.

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Berkman Center Fellow - Working with Media Cloud to analyze and visualize the networked public sphere and to support research for understanding and advancing the public interest.

Talk for the Association for Information Science & Technology - "Knowing in the Age of Networked Knowledge" (slides)

ML/NLP Hackathon - Winner of the Embed.ly Prize for data mining using their API to enrich a Twitter data-set

Media in Transition Conference, 2013 - Panelist for "Shared Knowledge Creation: Talking Back to Online Content" session, examining the academic, cultural and ethical dimensions of taking notes on cultural artifacts.

Influence Discovery - A research tool powered by dbpedia.org, in support of work with Paolo Negrini

MIT HyperStudio Fellow, 2013. (announcement)

LODLAM - Delegate at the 2013 LODLAM Summit in Montréal, Québec, focusing on "actionable approaches to publishing and consuming Linked Open Data"

Open Data at MIT - A Conversation (and Hack-A-Thon) About The Tools, The Community, and The Potential (January 2013)

Rhythms of Rhythms - Video Exhibit - MIT Barker Library, 2007

Associated With Other Information As It Normally Would Be - Video and EP, with Jason Asselin, Detroit, 2002

DSpace - Committer; release team lead for DSpace 3.0

FACADE - Future-proofing Architectural Computer-Aided Design (using MIT's SIMILE tools)

Digital MIT Theses - Designing a platform for electronic submission at MIT

Vera Multi-Search - Federated Electronic Resource Searching for the MIT Community

DSpace@MIT - MIT's Institutional Repository for Electronic Preservation