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Two Keynotes in One Week for Info Sci Scholar
Last week proved a busy one for IS Assistant Professor Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, who gave two keynotes at events associated with the annual Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (...
'You Are Not So Smart' Podcast Calls on Cornell NLP Pros
Newly minted CS PhD alum Chenhao Tan was interviewed in the most recent episode of the You Are Not So Smart podcast. This episode – called "Change My View" – examines the popular reddit thread that...
The Arxiv Algorithm That 'learned' To I.d. Good, Bad Papers
This is a fresh and fascinating angle on Cornell's arXiv that dovetails with some of the work happening here with natural language processing. In this piece, Nautilus details how the online...
Levy, Barocas Earn Best Paper At Oxford Conference
Two of Info Sci's newest hires Karen Levy and Solon Barocas, working with two Data & Society colleagues, picked up Best Paper at Oxford's Internet, Policy & Politics Conference held in...
Cornell Team Lends Insight To Discussion Of Bias In Algorithms
A recent paper on fairness and bias in algorithmic predictions by first-year CS PhD student Manish Raghavan, CIS faculty member Jon Kleinberg, and Harvard economist (and Cornell alum) Sendhil...
Financial Noise Subject Of Alum's First Book
Info Sci alumni Nicholas Knouf (Ph.D '13) recently published his first book, most of its contents based off work he did while a Ph.D student at Cornell. Published by University of Minnesota...
Human-robot Interaction Prof In Christian Science Monitor
Info Sci Field Faculty Guy Hoffman shares his insight with the Christian Science Monitor on how robots have the capability to evoke human emotions, but actually connecting with humans is a...
Biennial Project Addresses Race And Empathy
Info Sci's François Guimbretière is among the project leads for the Cornell Race & Empathy Project, a soundbooth located in Albert R. Mann Library where visitors can listen and...
Arxiv Turns Xxv
arXiv – "Archive", the preeminent pre-print repository created by Info Sci's Paul Ginsparg, celebrates its 25th year in 2016. As nature points out in this excellent editorial,...