Cornell legal experts will review the fundamentals of free expression during a Sept. 7 panel discussion kicking off the university’s theme year, “The Indispensable Condition: Freedom of Expression at Cornell.”
Someone wearing augmented reality, or “smart,” glasses could be Googling your face, turning you into a cat or recording your conversation – and that creates a major power imbalance with the nonwearer, Cornell researchers have found.
Students can now choose a new minor in digital agriculture, a multidisciplinary field focused on food and agriculture production systems, but with an increasingly broader span of applications and interests.
Researchers studying the formation of the Earth’s crust and wearable technology for daily-life applications are among those at Cornell who recently received National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Awards.
Cornell Tech researchers deployed “trashbots” in Brooklyn for two weeks in July. The goal of the experiment was to see how people interact with, and make sense of, service robots in public spaces. The cleaning was an added bonus.