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From pipelines to pathways: Researchers call for a computational science of academic progress
In higher education, universities have long been viewed as pipelines, preparing students for productive careers in specific fields. But when it comes to understanding how students actually make their...
‘Indigenous Computing’ event to explore culturally supportive technologies
Cornell’s American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program and the Redistributive Computing Systems Group (RCSG) will present a series of talks this Friday exploring the intersection of Indigenous...
Cornell at CHI 2023: 27 Affiliated Papers; Two Faculty Members Recognized
A third Cornell Information Science faculty member elected to the CHI Academy, a Societal Impact Award winner, and a whopping 27 affiliated papers – including a Best Paper and three...
(Almost) everyone likes a helpful trash robot
How do New Yorkers, who are not known for their politeness, react to robots that approach them in public looking for trash? Surprisingly well, actually. Cornell researchers built and remotely...
Limited resources leave youth vulnerable to digital abuse
Youth in the United States are targets of cross-platform digital abuse from peers, strangers, offline acquaintances and even relatives, with threats ranging from harassment and sexual violence to...
BOOM returns for its 25th year
After a three-year hiatus, Bits On Our Minds (BOOM), a showcase of cutting-edge digital technology projects created by Cornell students, returns to campus for its 25th anniversary. The...
Autonomous buses: It’s all about when, not how, they sound
The town of Linköping, Sweden, has a small fleet of autonomous electric buses that carry riders along a predetermined route. The bright vehicles, emblazoned with the tagline, “Ride the Future,” have...
One-size-fits-all content moderation fails the Global South
Social media companies need content moderation systems to keep users safe and prevent the spread of misinformation, but these systems are often based on Western norms, and unfairly penalize users in...
Mimno appointed IS department chair
Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science announced the appointment of David Mimno as chair of the Department of Information Science, effective January 1, 2024. ...