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Kleinberg, Liben-Nowell ’99 Receive Test of Time Award from ACM CIKM
“Given a snapshot of a social network, can we infer which new interactions among its members are likely to occur in the near future?” Thus asks the 2003 paper and recent Test of Time...
Cornell researchers receive NSF funding to create virtual environments for more effective communication
Distributed teams, with members who work remotely or across vast distances, often rely on virtual, software-supported workspaces that try to recreate the kinds of interactions that occur in face-to-...
Programming tool turns handwriting into computer code
By Louis DiPietro A Cornell team has created an interface that allows users to handwrite and sketch within computer code – a challenge to conventional coding, which typically relies on typing....
Cornell Bowers CIS welcomes new majors to the college
By Patricia Waldron The Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science rolled out the red carpet at its New Majors Welcome Event, a celebration to embrace newly declared...
Personal sensing at work: tracking burnout, balancing privacy
Personal sensing data could help monitor and alleviate stress among resident physicians, although privacy concerns over who sees the information and for what purposes must be addressed, according to...
Art exhibition from Info Sci undergraduate opens this week
Survival Mechanism, a new art exhibit from an information science undergraduate student, is currently on display at the Experimental Gallery in Cornell University’s Tjaden Hall. Marc Liu...
Yang named Schmidt Futures AI2050 Fellow
Qian Yang, assistant professor of information science in the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science, has been named a Schmidt Futures inaugural AI2050 Early Career...
Wearable wristband captures entire body in 3D
By Louis DiPietro Using a miniature camera and a customized deep neural network, Cornell researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind wristband that tracks the entire body posture in...
SkinKit offers versatile, wearable on-skin computing
Personal computing has gotten smaller and more intimate over the years – from the desktop computer to the laptop, to smartphones and tablets, to smart watches and smart glasses. But the next...