Four times holder of IBM Faculty Award for her work on CrowdTruth: for crowdsourcing ground truth data in the context of adapting the IBM Watson system to the medical domain and applying CrowdTruth for capturing ambiguity for the purpose of understanding misinformation.
Best paper award CHI2021: “Everyone wants to do the model work, not the data work”: Data Cascades in High-Stakes AI,Nithya Sambasivan Shivani Kapania Hannah Highfill Diana Akrong Praveen Kumar Paritosh Lora Mois Aroyo, SIGCHI, ACM (2021)
Best paper award MTSR2017: for our paper “Enriching Media Collections for Event-based Exploration”, Victor de Boer, Liliana Melgar, Oana Inel, Carlos Martinez Ortiz, Lora Aroyo, and Johan Oomen, in the context of the DIVE+ Project, which also won:
Best Archives on the Web award in the category Best Use of Crowdsourcing in 2010
TIMAF European Best Practices award in 2009.
Best Journal Paper 2008: The Effects of Transparency on Trust in and Acceptance of a Content-based Art Recommender, James Chen Annual Award for Best UMUAI Journal Article
Meaning and Perspectives in the Digital Humanities, White Paper, KNAW, IBM
3rd Prize for the CHIP Art Recommender at the Semantic Web Challenge 2007: Cultural Heritage Information Presentation
Patent for the work on providing Electronic Program Guides (granted 21/12/10)
- Shortlisted for Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) Vidi Exact Sciences competition
- Nomination WebSci2011 Best Paper Award
- Nomination Semantic Web Challenge 2007: iFanzy Personalized TV Guide