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How to Apply Machine Learning to Social Problems
Cornell Computing and Information Science's Jon Kleinberg has been heavily involved in research aimed at applying machine learning to social problems. Here, for Harvard Business Review,...
Info Sci Profs: User Ratings May Be Biased Against Uber Drivers
Many new “sharing economy” companies, like Uber and Airbnb, use consumer-sourced ratings to evaluate their workers – but these systems can be fraught with difficulties, including bias based on race...
What Does an MPS Degree Get You? Our Report Offers Some Answers
What does a master’s degree in Information Science get you? If Info Sci’s recently released post-graduate survey is any indication, it helps get you a job working as a software engineer,...
Student Spotlight: Anagha Todalbagi (MPS '17)
No matter what career path she inevitably chose, Anagha Todalbagi knew she wanted to be a catalyst for a better world. Growing up in Bangalore, India, her love of math, computer...
Applying accountability measures and legal fairness to automated decision processes. Challenging assumptions about the extent of privacy protections to public information. These efforts ...
Mimno, Coauthors Tackle Folklore & Classification in C.A. Piece
Information Science Professor David Mimno and co-authors Timothy Tangherlini (UCLA) and Peter Broadwell (UCLA) have a paper coming out in the fall issue of CA: Journal of Cultural...
MPS Students Make Their Best Pitches at Poster Session
Info Sci MPS students presented their semester-end projects during a poster session/pitch held outside of G01 Gates on Monday, December 5, 2016. Each group had all of one minute to describe their...
Videos & Photos from Rapid Prototyping Demo Day
Once again, students in Rapid Prototyping (INFO 4320) made their semester-end trip to Ithaca's Sciencenter to demo their projects for area families on Saturday, December 3. Among the projects were an...
The arXiv Algorithm that 'Learned' to I.D. Good, Bad Papers
This is a fresh and fascinating angle on Cornell's arXiv that dovetails with some of the work happening here with natural language processing. In this piece, Nautilus details how the online...