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Social Scientists Take on Data-driven Discrimination
Search engine rankings can glorify or torpedo a reputation in minutes. Scoring systems decide whether a person gets a loan. Online hiring platforms calculate which applicants get a job interview. And...
People admit they trust news stories that contradict their views - for a price
This article written by Melanie Lefkowitz originally appeared on the Cornell Chronicle on February 1, 2019. When it comes to news, we believe what we want to believe – even though deep down...
Lee Named ACM Fellow
Cornell Computing and Information Science's Lillian Lee has been named one of the 56 new ACM Fellows for 2018. The Fellows program recognizes the top 1 percent of ACM members for their...
Students code for the Cornell community
By Chris Dawson What started as a committee of Cornell University’s Student Assembly a few short years ago has quickly become one of the most popular student project teams at Cornell Engineering,...
Student Spotlight: Shea Belsky (Info Sci '18, MPS '18)
Thanks to Cornell Information Science’s early admit option for the Master of Professional Studies program, students like Shea Belsky can chip away at a master’s degree while finishing up their...
Trust in Data Science
Owing to the rapid growth of and reliance on data science systems, effectively governing and managing them has become a top priority for both practitioners and researchers. While data science allows...
Robots Make Poor Hiring Managers
Beware of any company whose hiring manager is an algorithm. That’s the takeaway from a recent Washington Post story on the use of artificial intelligence in the hiring process and the not-so-...
Using Smartphone Cameras to Track Alertness
Our level of alertness rises and falls over the course of a workday, sometimes causing our energy to drop and our minds to wander just as we need to perform important tasks. To help understand...
Info Sci Prof Karen Levy Named New America Fellow
Information Science Professor Karen Levy has been named a National Fellow Class of 2019 by New America. New America's Fellows Program invests in thinkers -- journalists, scholars, filmmakers and...