Mor Naaman, professor of information science at Cornell University and associate dean at Cornell Tech, researches the trustworthiness of our information ecosystem. He says the technology is – as usual – racing ahead with no guardrails.
Meta will be reinstating former president Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts in the coming weeks with what the company calls “new guardrails” to deter repeat offenses. The following Cornell University experts are available to discuss the news.
The Biden administration is proposing changes to forms for the 2030 census and federal government surveys that would include a new checkbox for "Middle Eastern or North African" and a "Hispanic or Latino" box.
NASA’s Low-Earth Orbit Flight Test of an Inflatable Decelerator technology demonstration, or LOFTID, launched and landed this morning. The experimental heat shield technology is needed for any future crewed missions on Mars.
In less than two weeks, Americans will head to the polls for the midterm elections. The following Cornell University experts are available to discuss topics from the state of democracy to inflation and public opinion.
Catherine Kling, an environmental economist and an expert in water quality modeling, and Johannes Lehmann, a professor of soil and crop sciences, comment on sustainable agrowaste management practices and the threat of commercial fertilizer pollution as Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Florida.