Kenneth R. Fleischmann is a Professor in the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin, and the Founding Chair of Good Systems, a UT Grand Challenge. His research focuses on the ethics of AI, including the role of human values such as transparency, trust, and human agency in the design and use of AI-based technologies. His research has been funded by NSF, IARPA, Microsoft Research, Cisco, Micron Foundation, and the Public Interest Technology University Network. His research has been published in venues such as JASIST, JMIR, CSCW, CIKM, ASSETS, SocialCom, Computer, and Communications of the ACM. His collaborative research has been awarded the iConference Best Paper Award, the ASIS&T SIG-USE Best Information Behavior Conference Paper Award, the ASIST SIG-SI Social Informatics Best Paper Award, the Civic Futures Award for Designing for the 100%, and the MetroLab Innovation of the Month.