- Computational Social Science
- Critical Data Studies
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- Economics and Information
- Education Technology
- Ethics, Law and Policy
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Human-Robot Interaction
- Incentives and Computation
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- Interface Design and Ubiquitous Computing
- Natural Language Processing
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- Technology and Equity
René Kizilcec Studies the Future of Learning to Improve Access and Equity
By Louis DiPietro How do we learn to learn effectively? It’s a fundamental question at the heart of education and has particular resonance to leading online learning researchers...
Choudhury, Kleinberg, and Marschner named ACM Fellows
The Association for Computing Machinery, the world's largest and most prestigious society of computing professionals, has named Tanzeem Choudhury, Robert D. Kleinberg, and Steve Marschner 2021 ACM...
Student App Developers Enrich Life on Campus and Beyond
This article originally appears at Cornellians Want to know when the next bus is coming to take you from Collegetown to the Ithaca Wegmans? Curious about what’s on the menu at Okenshields,...
WARNING: Parents on Social Media
Parents often share photos and stories of their children online. It can be a way to express adoration for their children and to connect with distant loved ones. This practice now has a name:...
Wearables, Robotics Highlight Info Sci Student Showcase
By Louis DiPietro Dozens of projects from student designers and makers from three Information Science courses occupied the Duffield Hall atrium on Thursday, Dec. 9 as part of a joint semester-end...
Williamson Receives 2022 Steele Prize for Seminal Research Contribution
This story was adapted from a press release originally published on the American Mathematical Society website. Michel Goemans and David Williamson, professor and chair of the...
Smartphone Use Contributes to Teacher ‘Technostress’ in India
By Jana Wiegand for the Cornell Chronicle In India, where teachers increasingly rely on their personal devices to do their jobs both in and outside the classroom, growing smartphone use is...
New Initiative Elevates Cornell as Leader in Artificial Intelligence
By Louis DiPietro for the Cornell Chronicle Cornell is launching a bold new initiative in artificial intelligence that will expand faculty working both in core areas, as well as the nearly...
Karen Levy: Studying How Tech Can Be Used to Track Our Daily Lives
This piece originally appeared at Cornellians on November 29, 2021. Amid the wall décor in Karen Levy’s Gates Hall office—across from an assortment of trucker memorabilia and a signed photo of...