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Tracy Mitrano gives her “Reflections and Prognostications” for the new year to Inside Higher Ed
My tenure as the director of information technology policy at Cornell University coincided with the copyright wars. That is what I used to call them, when technology ran ahead of the creative market—...
Cardie and Weinberger named AAAI Fellows for contributions in AI
The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) has elected Claire Cardie, associate dean for education in the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information...
Consortium aims to make NYS the world’s AI capital
A consortium aiming to make New York a global leader in artificial intelligence would help Cornell play a role in shaping the future of AI, promote responsible research and development, create jobs...
ChatGPT ‘memorizes’ and spits out entire poems
Ask ChatGPT to find a well-known poem and it will probably regurgitate the entire text verbatim – regardless of copyright law – according to a new study by Cornell researchers. The study showed...
MPS Project measures trust in generative AI
Tools we don’t trust are tools we don’t use. For generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) tools, this means it is critical to measure trust when evaluating tools that require user-inputted data...
Cornell joins National Academies effort to support women of color in tech
Cornell University has joined a new Action Collaborative on Transforming Trajectories for Women of Color in Tech, launched by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine along with...
Jessica Hong ’20 and Andrew Talone ’24 named Schwarzman Scholars
Jessica Hong ’20 and Andrew Talone ’24 are members of the 2024-25 cohort of Schwarzman Scholars, an international program that nurtures a network of future global leaders.
13 researchers named Eric and Wendy Schmidt AI in Science Postdoctoral Fellows
Thirteen Cornell postdoctoral researchers intent on leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) in areas as varied as astronomy, computational biology, and psychology have been named Eric and Wendy...
Weatherspoon appointed Bowers CIS Associate Dean for DEI
Hakim Weatherspoon, professor of computer science, will return to the role of Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information...