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Zhang will work with the Center for New Democratic Processes to test whether public assemblies can be an effective method for increasing public participation in AI governance.
The program matches undergraduate students with summer opportunities to work side by side with faculty from across the college.
Holly and Sean Olson have established the Olson Family Strategic Initiatives Fund at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy to help create the world they want to live in.
Kehkashan Basu, an MBA student at the Johnson School, hopes to kindle positive global change. She moderated the first roundtable meeting between government officials and youth at COP27.
The minor is distinctive in including courses from many disciplines, from across Cornell’s schools and colleges.
Personal sensing data could help monitor and alleviate stress among resident physicians, although privacy concerns over who sees the information and for what purposes must be addressed, according to collaborative research from Cornell Tech.
Cornell's Asian American studies program, founded in 1987, was the first of its kind within the Ivy League.
A new book explores how European markets function, who creates, shapes and organizes them, and what they mean for the relationship between labor and capital.
A new social media platform called Gas is gaining traction among teenagers and is one of the most popular free iPhone apps, despite being limited to a handful of states.
Friday’s concluding keynote will be delivered by Jonathan Flatley, a scholar of literature and the relationship between politics and aesthetic.