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Workshop to bolster minority computer science Ph.D.s

A SoNIC (software-defined network interface) Summer Research Workshop will increase exposure to computer science for for 13 minority students on campus this June.

Cornell Tech has final Open Studio before move to new campus

Cornell Tech's Open Studio, held for the final time at the Google building campus, gives budding entrepreneurs a chance to pitch their ideas to several hundred people, including business leaders.

How workers push back against unwanted technology

Karen Levy, assistant professor of information science, spoke April 17 about how intrusive technology has sparked a revolt in the workplace.

Play the games of tomorrow at GDIAC Showcase, May 19

If you want to know what sort of video games you'll be playing next year, stop by at the annual Game Design Initiative at Cornell Showcase from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, May 19.

How will robots handle life or death decisions?

Joseph Halpern, professor of computer science, lectured on "Moral Responsibility, Blameworthiness and Intention: In Search of Formal Definitions," speaking more about philosophy than robotics.

Knepper examines emotions behind human-robot relations

When robots are all around us, will we have positive relationships with them, or will their similarity to humans make us uneasy?

Collaborative startup will monitor pathogens in hospital settings

Biotia, a startup offering microbial surveillance for hospitals, is a joint venture between researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell Tech, founded through the Runway Startup program at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech.

MBA students collaborate at Cornell Tech hackathon

One of China's largest online retailers, JD.com, visited the Cornell Tech campus in late April and presented a challenge to 117 Chinese and American MBA students.

Cornell CIS and Adobe collaboration creates AI photo tool

Cornell researchers Kavita Bala, professor of computer science, and her team have created a way to make changes to a photograph by transferring the style and other elements from another photograph.