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Smartphone Data Helps Predict Schizophrenia Relapses
Passive data from smartphones – including movement, ambient sound and sleep patterns – can help predict episodes of schizophrenic relapse, according to new Cornell Tech research. Two recently...
Earphone Tracks Facial Expressions, Even with a Face Mask
Cornell researchers have invented an earphone that can continuously track full facial expressions by observing the contour of the cheeks – and can then translate expressions into emojis or silent...
AI Analysis of Ancient Greek Texts Reveals Tradition of Literary Mimicry
Developing writers commonly imitate the styles of their literary heroes. For Ancient Greek scribes writing two millennia ago, style imitation was not only customary, it was an object of...
Info Sci PhD Accepted to Tech Policy Accelerator Program
Fernando Delgado, an Info Sci doctoral student, has been accepted into Day One's Public Interest Technology Accelerator, a new program designed to develop tech policy...
Amid COVID-19 Uncertainty, CIS Grad Students Unite Through Stories of Shared Struggle
A survey of Cornell Computing and Information Science [CIS] graduate students that revealed shared feelings of isolation and anxiety in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has...
'VibroSense' Tracks House Appliances Through Vibration, AI
To boost efficiency in typical households – where people forget to take wet clothes out of washing machines, retrieve hot food from microwaves and turn off dripping faucets – Cornell researchers have...
NSF Funds Effort to Support Home Health Aides Through Tech
An interdisciplinary team of Cornell researchers has been awarded a three-year, $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop technological tools to ease the burdens on home...
Faculty Profile: Technologist Chris Csíkszentmihályi Eludes Conventions
Chris Csíkszentmihályi’s work eludes conventions and easy categorization. This has been the case for most of his career, beginning in his early days as a designer at the acclaimed Doblin...
Faculty Profile: Sharlane Cleare on Race, Gender, and Persistence in STEM Fields
As an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in computer information systems, Sharlane Cleare discovered first-hand the unique challenges faced by underrepresented students of color...