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Using broad race categories in medicine hides true health risks
Many medical studies record a patient’s race using only the broad categories from the U.S. Census, which may conceal racial health disparities, a new study reports. A team of researchers evaluated...
Riley wins Horowitz Foundation Award
Sarah Riley, a doctoral student in the field of information science, has received a 2023 Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy Award for her research into algorithmic pretrial risk...
9 receive 2023 Bowers CIS-LinkedIn grants
Nine innovative faculty members and doctoral students from the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science were selected to receive the second round of grants from the five-...
Google announces inaugural cohort in cybersecurity initiative
Researchers from Cornell Tech and the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science are part of the first cohort of participants from four institutions to receive funding from...
Dashcam images reveal where police are deployed
Using a deep learning computer model and a dataset containing millions of dashboard camera images from New York City rideshare drivers, Cornell Tech researchers were able to see which neighborhoods...
Steven Jackson named vice provost for academic innovation
Steven Jackson believes a university should be, first and foremost, about educating students, and that core belief will inspire him in his new role as vice provost for academic innovation (VPAI...
Blume appointed inaugural associate dean for academic affairs
Lawrence Blume, the Distinguished Arts and Sciences Professor of Economics and professor of information science, has been named the inaugural associate dean for academic affairs for the Cornell Ann S...
Shared modeling can help schools predict, avert dropouts
A research team co-led by Cornell found that for schools without the resources to conduct learning analytics to help students succeed, modeling based on data from other institutions can work as well...
Cornell Bowers CIS recognizes more than 1,100 new graduates
Friends, family, faculty, and staff filled Barton Hall to cheer on members of the newest class to join the ranks of Bowers CIS alumni, as the students traversed the stage at three recognition...