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Online Retail Images Reveal Skin Tone Discrepancies
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Online Retail Images Reveal Skin Tone Discrepancies

Cornell University researchers uncovered discrepancies in the skin tones of models as depicted in online retail images.

AI Tool Could Help Plan NYS's Transition to Clean Electrical Power
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AI Tool Could Help Plan NYS's Transition to Clean Electrical Power

Cornell University's Fengqi You and Ning Zhao have designed an artificial intelligence tool that could help New York state plan its switch to clean electricity ...

VR Farm Tour Expands Access to Urban Agriculture
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VR Farm Tour Expands Access to Urban Agriculture

Cornell University researchers have created a virtual reality tour of New York City's Red Hook Farms.

Physical Systems Perform ML Computations
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Physical Systems Perform ML Computations

Cornell University researchers have trained physical systems to execute generic machine learning computations.

Tying Quantum Computing to AI Prompts Smarter Power Grid
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Tying Quantum Computing to AI Prompts Smarter Power Grid

Combining quantum computing with artificial intelligence could lead to the rapid diagnosis and identification of remedies for electrical grid problems.

'Dislike' Button Would Improve Spotify Recommendations
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'Dislike' Button Would Improve Spotify Recommendations

A research team at Cornell University has developed a recommendation algorithm that could improve Spotify by incorporating both likes and dislikes.

Answer to Thorny Question Could Unlock Internet Security
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Answer to Thorny Question Could Unlock Internet Security

Cornell University's Rafael Pass and Yanyi Liu explored the EXP vs. BPP problem, which concerns whether randomness exponentially accelerates computations.

Facial Recognition AI Helps Save Multibillion Dollar Grape Crop
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Facial Recognition AI Helps Save Multibillion Dollar Grape Crop

Researchers at Cornell University have developed a method of protecting grape crops through the use of robotics and artificial intelligence.
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