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Caste Hierarchy Remains for Indians in Fields of Computing, HCI
By Louis DiPietro Growing up in a Dalit community in India, Khushi – a software engineer in her early 30s – was taught to keep her caste under wraps. But one day at her job, a project manager...
Microaggressions have big impacts for disabled users online
By Patricia Waldron In person, people with disabilities often experience microaggressions – comments or subtle insults based on stereotypes – but similar interactions, as well as new types of...
Interactive Installation Prompts Play, Togetherness in Gates Hall
By Louis DiPietro A playful, interactive installation fostering togetherness and play among strangers has arrived to Gates Hall. Designed by Serena Ge Guo, a doctoral student...
Cornell joins Schmidt AI in Science postdoc research initiative
Cornell is one of nine universities worldwide selected to join the Eric and Wendy Schmidt AI in Science Postdoctoral Fellowship, a program of Schmidt Futures, to accelerate the next...
Student technologists show collective ‘force’ at women in computing conference
By Louis DiPietro Of all the impactful moments she experienced while attending last month’s Grace Hopper Conference – an annual celebration of women in computing – Catherine Tom ’...
Cornell Bowers CIS celebrates building groundbreaking
Researchers in the Cornell Ann. S Bowers College of Computing and Information Science are no strangers to groundbreaking work, and on Oct. 14, members of the college participated in a different type...
Empowered innovators ‘hack’ to broaden participation in tech
By Louis DiPietro Optimizing online data by throttling down pesky online ads, reducing recidivism and broadening participation in the tech field, and improving the lives of those who...
Azenkot Receives Impact Award from MobileHCI Conference
Shiri Azenkot, associate professor of information science at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech and the Technion, has received the 10-year Impact Award from the 2022 Association...
Info Sci Ph.Ds host Fall Semester Research Retreat
Information Science Ph.D. students from Cornell University’s Ithaca, NY, and New York City campuses convened on Friday, September 30, in Ithaca for the student-run semester research retreat....