The following graduate students in the college presented papers at the Human Futures and Intelligent Machines Summit, hosted by the Center for Humanities at Virginia Tech June 7–9: Joshua Earle, Science, Technology, and Society, “Morphology Freedom”; Mario Khreiche, ASPECT, “Microlabor as Automation in Amazon Mechanical Turk”; Emma Stamm, ASPECT, “The Unthinkable:  Data, Mentality and Politics”; and Damien Williams, “Values and Interdisciplinarity in Technological Design.”