Radical Collaboration initiative adds AI, quantum, design tech

Artificial Intelligence, Design + Technology and Quantum Science and Technology will become part of “Radical Collaboration Drives Discovery,” bringing to 10 the number of initiatives in the provost office’s five-year-old program.

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2022 W.E. Cornell cohort celebrates STEM innovation

A select group of student entrepreneurs are chosen from W.E. Cornell's fall cohort to participate in its spring cohort where they conduct customer discovery and hone their business models. 

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Teams take a crack at world food issues at digital ag hackathon

Students from 28 fields across six different schools gathered at the fourth annual Digital Agriculture Hackathon, March 11-13, to find solutions to global food system issues while competing for cash prizes.

Panel to Spotlight Data Science and Environmental Activism

A public panel on climate justice and data – ranging from communities using inexpensive sensors for environmental monitoring, to collaborative analysis of obscure government records – will take place at 5:30 p.m. Friday, March 18, in G01 Gates Hall.

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Cornell Bowers CIS hits milestone 2,000 majors

For the first time in its 23-year history, the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science has more than 2,000 undergraduate majors within its three departments – the latest milestone amid a sixfold growth in enrollment over the last decade.

Eleven professors win NSF early-career awards

Eleven assistant or associate professors representing four colleges have recently received National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Awards to support their research objectives.

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Robot photographer has eye for aesthetics

A team from Cornell Bowers CIS has developed AutoPhoto, a robotic system that can roam an interior space and capture aesthetically pleasing photographs through a machine learning process.

Grant from Meta to spark Cornell research into AR, VR

Powering augmented and virtual reality technologies to tackle real-world problems is the focus of a two-year, $1.8 million grant from Meta and Spark AR to Cornell Bowers CIS and Cornell Tech’s XR Collaboratory.

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Computer-security researchers aim to prevent tech abuse

A Cornell Tech clinic has created a new approach to helping survivors of domestic abuse stop assailants from hacking into their devices and social media to surveil and harass them.