Fashion show’s digital ‘model’ will promote fundraising NFT

Lior Cole ’23 will enter a non-fungible token in this weekend’s Cornell Fashion Collective Spring Runway Show. The NFT, to be auctioned off as a fundraiser, will be the first digital “model” in the 38-year history of the CFC spring show.

Mixed-reality driving simulator a low-cost alternative

Cornell Tech researchers have developed a mixed-reality driving simulator system that could lower the cost of testing vehicle systems and interfaces, such as the turn signal and dashboard.

Éva Tardos named ACM Athena Lecturer

The Association for Computing Machinery has named Éva Tardos, the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Computer Science and department chair in the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science, the 2022-2023 ACM Athena Lecturer. 

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Conference features business competitions, Entrepreneur of the Year presentation

Entrepreneurship at Cornell's annual two-day conference offers speakers, business competitions and networking opportunities.

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LinkedIn, Cornell Bowers CIS launch strategic partnership

A multimillion-dollar grant from LinkedIn to the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science has launched a long-term, strategic partnership to support research in artificial intelligence, and to bolster diversity initiatives within the college.

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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