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Innovative student experience web platform wins tech award

An innovative Cornell platform that connects students with hundreds of opportunities beyond the classroom has won a prestigious tech award.

Celebrating arXiv's growth at the library, future at CIS

On the cusp of arXiv’s move to Computing and Information Science in January, members of Cornell University Library and CIS celebrated 17 years of the scientific research repository’s growth under library stewardship.

NSF awards $2M for researchers on trail of peak productivity

Tanzeem Choudhury, associate professor of information science, is part of a group that was recently awarded a National Science Foundation grant to explore how measuring people’s biological clocks can help improve their performance or lower their stress.

Aditya Deshpande ’22 wins Cornell Concerto Competition

Computer science major Aditya Deshpande ’22 won the 16th Cornell Concerto Competition, held Dec. 9 in Barnes Hall.

Panel explores how AI can solve problems, enrich learning

An avalanche of digital data, combined with sophisticated algorithms to analyze it, heralds a technological transformation as important as the emergence of the internet, said panelists at the launch of the Cornell-r4 Applied AI Initiative, held Dec. 6 at Cornell Tech.

New initiative to lead industry innovation, social impact through AI

A collaboration between Cornell and r4 Technologies will develop and apply artificial intelligence solutions to structural challenges that have hindered growth and modernization, and will train a new generation of students to thrive in a data-driven world.

It’s alive: Fiber-optic sensors could help soft robots feel, adapt

Robots that sense and adjust their position relative to their surroundings is the subject of the latest work from Rob Shepherd, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.

AI project could lead to reliable forecasting – of fashion

A partnerships will assess using AI to enhance indexing of fashion images – potentially leading to reliable forecasting of fashion.

Students spark Ghanaian high schoolers’ interest in computer science

A team of students and faculty has organized a coding program to inspire interest in computer science among high schoolers in Ghana, where students must choose majors before they enter university and can’t switch once they’re enrolled.