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In 1829, abolitionist David Walker’s “Appeal to the Colored People of the World” went viral, enabling enslaved people to imagine freedom and why they deserved it. 

A new study suggests that the gender of an AI’s voice can positively tweak the dynamics of gender-imbalanced teams and could help inform the design of bots used for human-AI teamwork.

First-year students in the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity engaged with community members, crafting innovative assignments and sharpening their skills with various technologies.

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The mission of Cornell Botanic Gardens is to share the deep and enduring connections between the rich diversity of the plant world and the equally rich diversity of cultures worldwide.

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Harlem Noire: Fashion Movement, Moment, & Memory showcases the lived fashion experiences of several contemporary Black women and explores how everyday dress practices inform their individual and collective presence in Harlem’s physical and social spaces.

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The total solar eclipse crossing North America on April 8, 2024 provides Cornell University Library with a wonderful opportunity to display eclipse-related highlights from its Rare and Manuscript Collections (RMC).