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Cornell at CSCW 2017
The Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing conference – CSCW, for short – is the top gathering for scholars who specialize in the design and use of technologies that affect...
PhD Costa - Building 'Mindless' Tech for a Better Self
Info Sci PhD candidate Jean M. Costa and his work in "mindless computing" get a nice, long write-up over at the Cornell Research webpage. Parsing research in psychology and technology, Costa aims to...
Info Sci PhD Named Facebook Fellowship Finalist
Info Sci PhD candidate Xiao Ma – based at the Cornell Tech campus in New York City – was recently named a Facebook fellowship finalist. A member of the Social Technologies Lab, Xiao uses...
Sengers Named Public Voices Fellow
Info Sci Associate Professor Phoebe Sengers has been recognized as one of Cornell's leading voices who will help inform the most important conservations of our time – from racial...
Analysis Informs ProPublica Report on Biased Algorithm
Computing and Information Science's Jon Kleinberg continues to confront and inform key policy concerns using computational methods. With help from Kleinberg and his fellow...
How to Apply Machine Learning to Social Problems
Cornell Computing and Information Science's Jon Kleinberg has been heavily involved in research aimed at applying machine learning to social problems. Here, for Harvard Business Review,...
Info Sci Profs: User Ratings May Be Biased Against Uber Drivers
Many new “sharing economy” companies, like Uber and Airbnb, use consumer-sourced ratings to evaluate their workers – but these systems can be fraught with difficulties, including bias based on race...
What Does an MPS Degree Get You? Our Report Offers Some Answers
What does a master’s degree in Information Science get you? If Info Sci’s recently released post-graduate survey is any indication, it helps get you a job working as a software engineer,...
Student Spotlight: Anagha Todalbagi (MPS '17)
No matter what career path she inevitably chose, Anagha Todalbagi knew she wanted to be a catalyst for a better world. Growing up in Bangalore, India, her love of math, computer...