10 researchers named inaugural Eric and Wendy Schmidt AI in Science Postdoctoral Fellows

Ten Cornell postdoctoral researchers who plan to harness the power of artificial intelligence (AI) in areas like materials discovery, physics, biological sciences and sustainability sciences have been named Eric and Wendy Schmidt AI in Science Postdoctoral Fellows, a Schmidt Futures program.

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Celebrating a decade of high school computing contests

Students in Ithaca and New York City showed off their computer programming skills Saturday, March 4, solving problems with the theme of women’s achievements in computing, in the first of two high school computing contests…

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Cornell creates space for gaming community

The Esports Gaming Lounge opens March 21, creating a space for students who find community through video games to play, compete and connect.

AI- or human-written language? Assumptions mislead

Human assumptions regarding language usage can lead to flawed judgments of whether language was AI- or human-generated, Cornell Tech and Stanford researchers found in a series of experiments.

Cornell Bowers CIS expands summer research program to all majors

The Bowers Undergraduate Research Experience (BURE) is a paid summer research opportunity with Cornell faculty, allowing students to develop new skills and gain insights into careers in research.

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Nine professors win NSF early-career awards

Researchers studying statistics applications in systems biology and next-generation wireless technology are among the nine Cornell faculty members who’ve received National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Awards.

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Cornell faculty embrace international collaborations

New seed grants from Global Cornell are deepening relationships between Cornell and its Global Hubs partners across the world.

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National Society of Black Engineers thrives at Cornell

The Cornell chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers is celebrating Black History Month with a variety of events expected to be well attended thanks to the student organization’s recent efforts to boost membership and revitalize its programming.

Sengers named to CHI Academy

Phoebe Sengers, professor of information science at Cornell Bowers CIS, directs the Culturally Embedded Computing research group; her work focuses on the social implications of technology.

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