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NY Times: 'Brilliant' Work from Cornell NLP Scholars
Thanks to Cornell natural language processing scholars, we know that female tennis pros field a greater number of unrelated tennis questions than their male counterparts. The Cornell team of Liye Fu...
New Tech/Law Series to Explore Surveillance, Privacy & Bias
Emerging technologies and the legal and policy challenges surrounding them are the focal points of a new lecture series beginning this fall. A joint collaboration between Cornell Computing and...
Joachims Receives SIGKDD Test of Time Award
For the fourth consecutive year, a Cornell Information Science researcher has been awarded a SIGKDD [Special Interest Group on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining] Test of Time Award. This...
Info Sci Welcomes 3 New Faculty Members
The Department of Information Science is thrilled to announce the hiring of three new faculty members – Kyle Harms, Wendy Ju and René Kizilcec. Bolstering our distinguished field of Information...
VIDEO: MPS New Student Advising Webinar
MPS Director Gilly Leshed dives deeper into the curriculum side of MPS, explains MPS's culminating project component, Digital Technology Immersion sequence and takes your questions during this ...
NPR's 'All Things Considered' Calls on Persuasion Researchers
The Change My View subreddit has served as a unique forum for civil, online discourse, a space that welcomes thoughtful debate on any range of topics and ideas. It has also proved a fascinating...
Joachims Awarded Data Science Grant
Thorsten Joachims, professor and chair of Information Science, was recently one of eight researchers awarded Bloomberg Research funds to support cutting-edge work in data science. Joachims' ...
Academia, Industry Vie For (and Land) 8 Info Sci PhDs
This summer has been particularly exciting for Information Science, as eight PhDs from the Ithaca and Cornell Tech campuses were offered positions in academia and in industry. See where our...
Unlocking Digital Libraries with Machine Learning
Million-book digitized libraries – representing centuries of knowledge – lie just beyond our grasp, unreachable by today’s inadequate machine learning methods or ensnarled in copyright limbo....