Published work…

Tachtler F, Aal K, Ertl T, Diethei D, Niess J, Khwaja M, Talhouk R, Nunes Vilaza G, Lazem S, Singh A, Barry M, Wulf V, and Fitzpatrick G (2021) Artificially Intelligent Technology for the Margins: A Multidisciplinary Design Agenda, Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems – Proceedings CHI 2021,

Hanlon R, Barry M, Marrinan F, O’Sullivan D, ‘Towards an effective user interface for data exploration, data quality assessment and data integration’, Proceedings – 2021 IEEE 15th International Conference on Semantic Computing, ICSC 2021. 431-436
doi: 10.1109/ICSC50631.2021.00077

M Barry ‘Ethics and Computing’ in Computer Science for Leaving Certificate. Editors: Becker B.A, Quille K. Golden Key Publishing, Ireland

A Kerr, M. Barry, J. Kelleher (2020) Social Expectations of AI and the Performativity of Ethics, AoIR 2020: 21st Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, AoIR SPIR Dublin (Virtual)

G.M. Riva, M. Barry (2020) The Lord of the (speaking) Rings: An Interdisciplinary fellowship to deal with 7 legal issues, CUI 2020, Conversational User Interfaces Conference, ACM

M. Barry (2020) Configuring the AI User: Policy, Deployment and Design, IAMCR 2020, International Association of Media and Communication Research, Tampere (Virtual)

L. Macharia, M. Barry (2020) Constructive News for Conflict and Reconstruction, IAMCR 2020, International Association of Media and Communication Research, Tampere (Virtual)

A. Kerr, M. Barry, J. Kelleher (2020) Expectations of AI and the Performativity of Ethics: Implications for Communication Governance, Big Data & Society Vol 7 (1) Sage

K. Doherty, M. Barry, J. Marcano Belisario, C.Morrison, J. Car, G.Doherty (2020) Personal information and public health: Design tensions in sharing and monitoring wellbeing in pregnancy, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, Volume 135, 2020,

M. Barry, A.Kerr, O. Smith. 2020. Ethics on the ground: from principles to practice. In Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAT* ’20). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 688.

G.M. Riva, M. Barry (2019) Net Neutrality matters: Privacy antibodies for information monopolies and mass profiling, Revista Publicum, Rio de Janeiro, v. 5, n. 2, p. 7-35, 2019 DOI:

M. Barry, A. Kerr, L. Grehan (2019) “Having our say”: Strategies for public engagement in responsible AI research and policy development, IAMCR 2019 Conference, Madrid

E. Moreau, C. Vogel and M. Barry (2019) “A Paradigm for Democratizing Artificial Intelligence Research”, in Intelligent Systems Reference Library. 159: 137-166. 01 Jan 2019 Springer

Doherty, M. Barry, J. Marcano Bellisario, J. Car, C. Morrison, G. Doherty (2018,) “BrightSelf: A Qualitative Design Study of a Mobile Application for the Self-Report of Psychological Wellbeing in Pregnancy” JMIR, Journal of Mental Health

N. Vlajic, M. El Masri, G. Riva, D. Doran and M. Barry (2018) “Online Tracking of Kids and Teens by Means of Invisible Images:  COPPA vs. GDPR” Proceedings of ACM CCS, 2018

M. Barry, A. Kerr (2018) “Everyday justice in data science: what can ethics do”, Data Justice 2018, Cardiff University 

M. Barry, A. Kerr, K. Shankar (2018) “Slowcalisation” – Towards an ethics of care for human-data interactions” Slow Computing Workshop, NUI Maynooth

M. Barry, A Kerr, J D Kelleher (2017) “Public discourse and private practice in data science work: ethical, social and contextual issues, paper presented at ECREA Symposium – ‘Digital Democracy: Critical Perspectives in the Age of Big Data’, Stockholm, November 2017

M. Barry, G. Doherty (2017) “How we talk about interactivity: Modes and meanings in HCI research”, Interacting with Computers, DOI:10.1093/iwc/iwx004 – PDF: BarryDoherty_iwx004

M. Barry, K. Doherty, J. Marcano Belisario, J. Car, C. Morrison, G. Doherty (2017) “mHealth for maternal mental health: Everyday wisdom in ethical design” Proceedings of CHI 2017, ACM (Denver) ** Best Paper Award **

M. Barry (2017) ‘Untangling the threads: Public discourse on the early web’, in Web 25: Histories from the first 25 Years of the World Wide Web, Edited by Niels Brügger, Peter Lang Publishing, New York

M. Barry, G. Doherty (2016) “Mutual respect or unrequited love? Exploring the relationship between digital media and human computer interaction (HCI) research…” paper presented at the European Communication Conference (ECREA) Prague, November 10, 2016

M. Barry, K. Doherty, G. Doherty (2016, in press) “Communicating ‘What’s Not Said’: Mobile Apps for Psychological Wellbeing”, International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development 8, 4

M. Barry, G. Doherty (2016) “What we talk about when we talk about interactivity: Empowerment in public discourse”, New Media & Society, OnlineFirst DOI

M. Barry, K. Doherty, G. Doherty (2016) “ ‘What’s not said…’ Digital technology for psychological wellbeing”, van der Velden, M., Strano, M., Hrachvec, H., Abdelnour Nocera, J., & Ess. C. (Eds.). Culture, Technology, Communication: Common worlds, different futures? Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Culture, Technology, Communication, London, UK, 15-17 June 2016, pp. 73-80

M. Barry (2014) “Towards a critical discourse of digital interactivity: empowerment through strategy and context”, Paper presented at European Communication Conference (ECREA), Lisbon, November 2014

M. Barry (2014) “Please do touch? Understanding interactivity in the exhibition space” Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies Vol.11 (1) May 2014

M. Barry (2013) “Potential unleashed? The ‘empowering’ effects of interactivity and the reach of communications discourse”, Paper presented at International Association of Media and Communications Researchers, (IAMCR) International Conference, Dublin, June 2013

M. Barry (2012) “Notes from the semi-periphery: Ireland’s press coverage of the developing world and the value of small state studies in international communication research”, International Communication Gazette, Vol. 74 (2) pp.124-144

M. Barry (2012) “Fifteen years of talk: Newspaper discourses on Ireland’s ‘interactive’ science museum”, Irish Communications Review Vol. 13, 2012

M. Barry (2012) “Reviewing the ‘Age of Interactivity’: Public discourse and digital media history research in Ireland, 1995 to 2009”, Paper presented at European Communication Conference (ECREA), Istanbul, October 2012

M. Barry (2012) “Clarification vs. classification: public discourse on interactivity and the gaming experience in Ireland”, Paper presented at European Communication Conference (ECREA) Pre-Conference – Digital Games, Istanbul, October 2012