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Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil and Lee used language models to identify bias in sports reporting.

Once again, scholars representing Cornell Information Science – from both the Ithaca and New York Tech campuses – have a stack of accepted papers at this year's UbiComp.

Of course Cornell University represented at CHI 2016. Here's what our innovators brought to San Jose, Calif.

A newly published paper from Cornell Information Science researchers explores why walking away isn't so easy.

The Information Science department is home to a number of innovative research groups, with interests ranging from connective media to ubiquitous computing.

NLP researchers work in natural language processing, computational linguistics, machine learning, and information retrieval.

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The Culturally Embedded Computing group remixes technology design and cultural analysis of technology. Drawing on Human-Computer Interaction, Science & Technology Studies,... more

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Digital libraries research is based on the practical problems of large-scale electronic publishing, libraries, web information systems, scholarly communication and the long-... more

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ICS's uses computing and information science methods and approaches to improve how we allocated our natural resources.

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The Interaction Design Lab explores social and technical issues in the design, implementation, and evaluation of information and communication technologies.

Machine Learning at Cornell is a interdisciplinary learning and research group made up of more than 30 Cornell University faculty and hundreds of involved students and alumni... more

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The People-Aware Computing group develops mobile sensing systems for capturing, learning, and interpreting people's context, activities and social networks.

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Working to collect, analyze and visualize the things that people do in new ways that generate both physical and public goods.

Faculty from Cornell Engineering and CIS faculty team up to lead Robotics at Cornell.

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The Robots in Groups Lab explores social and technical issues surrounding the placement of robots within groups and teams.

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Cornell has interdisciplinary research projects on social and information networks that bring together faculty and students from many areas, including sociology, economics,... more

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The Social Media Lab investigates a variety of behaviors that take place online, including language processes, patterns of deception, self-presentation in social networking... more

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The Social Technologies Lab designs, builds, and studies systems that support social interactions in online and physical spaces.

This month, our scholars – representing Cornell University’s Ithaca and New York City campuses – make the trip to Portland, Ore., with 13 papers to contribute.