Cornell experts are available to discuss issues surrounding Tuesday's election pitting President Donald Trump against former Vice President Joe Biden including misinformation, polling and public opinion.
Sarah Kreps, professor of government at Cornell University, says accounts of foreign interference, such as the e-mail campaign allegedly organized by Iran, introduce “noise into the system” regardless of whether the culprits are identified.
Sarah Kreps, professor of government, and Drew Margolin, professor of communication, comment on efforts by Congress to limit access to TikTok on government devices and the larger security issues surrounding the Chinese-owned social media company.
Sarah Kreps, professor of government and expert in surveillance systems and cybersecurity, comments on efforts within the federal government to use data and surveillance to control the spread of the new coronavirus.
COVID-19 presents challenges not only to public health but also to the way our societies function. Social distancing, remote work and businesses closures are changing the way we communicate with each other and posing important questions about how to protect under served populations and overall mental health.
Sarah Kreps, professor of government and international relations at Cornell University, says interference in elections like Super Tuesday can come from machine tampering, in addition to online disinformation campaigns.