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Gamers help highlight disparities in algorithm data
Is The Witcher immersive? Is The Sims a role-playing game? Gamers from around the world may have differing opinions, but this diversity of thought makes for better algorithms that help audiences...
Levy’s ‘Data Driven’ receives three Best Book awards
“Data Driven: Truckers, Technology, and the New Workplace Surveillance” – penned by Cornell’s Karen Levy – recently received a third award since its publication late last year. In...
Cisco Research, Cornell Bowers CIS announce partnership
Cisco Research has funded multiple research awards to the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information science to support projects related to cybersecurity, sustainability, edge...
Forum examines free expression basics and the law
Academic freedom is closely tied to the First Amendment guarantee of freedom of expression, according to law professor Michael Dorf – and like freedom of speech, it’s not absolute. “...
‘Garbatrage’ spins e-waste into prototyping gold
To Ilan Mandel, a Cornell robotics researcher and builder, the math didn’t add up. How could a new, off-the-shelf hoverboard cost less than the parts that compose it? “This becomes an ambient...
11 new faculty to join Bowers CIS
The Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science is pleased to announce the recruitment of 11 new faculty this year. Three of those individuals joined the college for the...
Why no one wants to talk to you when you’re wearing AR glasses
Sit across from someone wearing augmented reality (AR) or “smart” glasses and you don’t know what they’re seeing – they could be Googling your face, turning you into a cat, or recording your...
‘Trashbots’ help Brooklynites clean up, connect
Can a robot actually foster humanity between strangers? Not only does Frank Bu believe it – he’s seen it happen. A third-year doctoral student in computer science and human-computer interaction...
Algorithm overlooks Spanish speakers in online SNAP ads
A Cornell-led research team has discovered that the algorithm behind Google Ads charged significantly more to deliver online ads to Spanish-speaking people about the benefits of SNAP, formerly known...