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- Human-Computer Interaction
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- Natural Language Processing
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- Technology and Equity
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...
Levy, Kilgour Pen Op-Ed in NYTimes
As the fall semester approaches amid ongoing coronavirus concerns, colleges across the country are relying on students to be the eyes and ears of public health management on campus. This comes...
CIS Project to Investigate Digital Ag’s Impacts on Rural America
As technology begins to transform farming, a team of Cornell researchers is exploring how digital agriculture could affect small and midsized farms, as well as its likely effect on the environment,...
Faculty Profile: Qian Yang - Combining Machine Learning, HCI, and Design for the Greater Good
We know artificial intelligence is a powerful tool, but the question now is: How do we get AI into the hands of professionals who can do the most good with it? This is where human-AI...
Faculty Profile: Matthew Wilkens on Text Mining for the Humanities
Are books considered data? The answer is a clear “yes” to digital humanities scholars like Matthew Wilkens, who applies quantitative and computation methods to literature and cultural...
Info Sci Doctoral Student Receives Paul Evan Peters Fellowship
Jen Liu, a doctoral student in Information Science, has been named a 2020 recipient of the Paul Evan Peters Fellowship for graduate study in library and information sciences. The...
5 New Faculty Join Cornell Info Sci
Adding to its distinguished pool of esteemed faculty and researchers, Cornell Information Science is pleased to announce the addition of five new faculty members for the 2020 academic...