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Kilgour Awarded 3-Year Doctoral Fellowship
Within this wider area of inquiry, Kilgour’s research focuses on the design of electronic ankle monitors and how they are used in the United States’ criminal justice system. Available since the...
One Billion Downloads and Counting for arXiv
The online repository started 26 years ago as an electronic bulletin board on one computer, and has grown into an essential resource for physicists and mathematicians around the world. Since its...
Lee named Fellow of the Association for Computational Linguistics
Our department sends a big congratulations to Computing and Information Science Professor Lillian Lee, who has been named a Fellow of the Association for Computational Linguistics (...
Vox Video: Automation is Coming for Truckers
In their second of a six-part video series on the future of work, Vox focused on automation in the American trucking industry. Naturally, they called on Info Sci’s own Karen Levy to lend her...
Student Spotlight: Lola Legrand, MPS '18
Lola Legrand (Info Sci '17, MPS ’18) is savoring her time as a graduate student and making the most of it. Her ambitious class schedule clocks in at 19 credit hours this semester, filled with...
'We Burned a Couple of Things' - Learning to Build in INFO 4320
Twenty student-designed innovations – robotic drink-makers, spiderbots, music sequencers and much more – poured, drew, and played familiar tunes during Info Sci’s annual Rapid Prototyping demo day on...
Barocas on Ethics of Data Science in Practice
Info Sci’s Solon Barocas, along with Data & Society Founder/President Danah Boyd, team up to craft this thoughtful commentary on the current divide between data scientists and critics of...
Organize, Build and Launch a Company. All in a Single Weekend.
Weary from a weekend blitz fueled on entrepreneurship and caffeine, Cornell students representing numerous fields of study emerged from creative spaces around Gates Hall Sunday night with four start-...
Julien Wormser (Is '12) On Harnessing Opportunities
Running a successful start-up company hadn’t been in Julien Wormser’s plans as an undergraduate in Cornell Information Science. Long before he cofounded Servy, Wormser was uncertain which...