Niloufar Salehi is a PhD student in Computer Science at Stanford University and a member of the Human Computer Interaction group. Her research focuses on designing technologies for communities to act collectively online as well as studying digital labor and crowdsourcing systems. Her work involves ethnographic studies of online labor and activism among workers. To address the difficulties of collective action online she has built Dynamo, a platform where crowdsourcing workers can gather to debate issues, find solutions, and act collectively to power change in their work environment.

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