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To create a safe space in which faculty, staff, researchers, and students could explore new technology developments, the first Emerging Tech Dialogue: Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education symposium focused on conversations rather than slide decks. Please do not download or share these…
The Emerging Tech Dialogues event on May 29, 2024 -- the first in a new series -- drew more than 750 registrations from Cornell, Weill Cornell Medicine, and Cornell Tech faculty, staff, students, and researchers -- all interested in exploring Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education, the…
Rob Vanderlan, Executive Director of the Center for Teaching Innovation, is no stranger to the disruption that generative AI tools can bring to a classroom.
On May 29, 2024, Chief Information Officer Ben Maddox is hosting a free, all-day symposium where faculty, staff, researchers, and students from the New York campuses can share ideas for using artificial intelligence tools in teaching, learning, research, and daily tasks.
The May 29 breakout session, Navigating the AI Code Jungle: Pros and Cons of AI-Assisted Software Development, is the brainchild of colleagues from Cornell University Library, Student and Campus Life, and the College of Veterinary Medicine.
“Artificial intelligence has set our world spinning. But, as I tell my kids, if you like problem-solving, you are living at the best possible time,” said Cornell University IT Director of Strategy and Innovation Rebecca Joffrey.
Register to join us online by noon on Tuesday, May 28. In-person registration closed on May 17, 2024. Links to the recordings can be shared with faculty, staff, students, and researchers who missed the registration deadlines.
Faculty, staff, researchers, and students are all invited to participate in a series of events where they can explore new technologies with their IT and ITS partners across campuses and focus areas.
On today’s college campus, the impact of generative AI tools is multifaceted and touches community members who never pass or enter a classroom. From facilities to the executive suite, generative AI applications are gearing up to reserve spaces, schedule meetings, manage email, analyze data, and…
The afternoon activities of the May 29 hybrid event, Emerging Tech Dialogues: Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education, kick off with a keynote address by Clay Shirky.
Kavita Bala will offer the morning keynote address for the first Emerging Tech Dialogues event, scheduled for Wednesday, May 29, 2024. Bala is the Dean of Cornell’s Bowers College of Computing and Information Science and Professor of Computer Science. Her research interests span computer…
Interested Cornell technology community members, as well as faculty, staff, researchers, and students, are invited to explore AI and other new technologies in an interactive and hybrid event on Wednesday, May 29, 2024. There is no cost to participate in the event!
Cornell continues to explore artificial intelligence (AI), particularly generative AI, in ways that uphold the university's core values of purposeful discovery and free and open inquiry and expression. The team at the Cornell Feline Health Center recently launched CatGPT to help…
Microsoft Copilot Microsoft Copilot Enterprise is an university-wide “private” version of ChatGPT and Dall-E that enables faculty and staff (eventually students) to experiment with generative AI text, image, and coding tools without storing the person’s login and chat data or being used to train…
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a long-established research and scholarly pursuit at Cornell, and with generative AI, everyone in the community has new opportunities to explore AI.
Summarize a Long Article, Document, or PDF Turn a complex PDF, a long webpage or a multi-topic speech into a bulleted list, short paragraph, or single-sentence summary. In Copilot you can request:  summarize https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2024/02/remote-cameras-capture-insights-nys-…

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