Mor Naaman is a professor of information science at Cornell Tech where he currently serves as an associate dean for technical programs. His research area is technology, media, and democracy, with a particular focus on the trustworthiness of our information ecosystem. His lab uses a wide range of tools—from machine learning, to computational social science, to online experiments, to qualitative methods—to understand and try to address these challenges, with an increasing focus on the impact and role of AI-mediated communication. Previously, Naaman was on the faculty at Rutgers SC&I, led a research team at Yahoo! Research Berkeley, received a Ph.D. in computer science from Stanford University, and played professional basketball for Hapoel Tel Aviv. He is a recipient of a NSF Early Faculty CAREER Award, research awards and grants from numerous corporations including Microsoft and Google, and multiple best paper awards.