Cisco announces strategic partnership with Carnegie Mellon CyLab
The mission of Cisco Research, the research arm of multinational tech leader Cisco Systems, is to foster research collaborations with “the best university researchers in the field.” Thus, the company has announced a new partnership with Carnegie Mellon University CyLab.
Collaboratory to share early research at the Eradicate Hate Global Summit
Next week, the Collaboratory Against Hate - Research and Action Center will be taking part in the inaugural Eradicate Hate Global Summit, a hybrid event focused on exchanging ideas around eradicating hate taking place at the David Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh.
CMU and Pitt launch center dedicated to combating extremist hate
Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh are jointly launching a new center to study extremist hate. Scholars at both universities will partner through the Collaboratory Against Hate—Research and Action Center to develop effective tools that inhibit hate’s creation, growth, and destructive consequences.
Gonzalez named 2021 Fellow of Cognitive Science Society
The Cognitive Science Society announced seven research scientists, including CyLab’s Cleotilde Gonzalez, as 2021 Fellows. Gonzalez joins a selected group of 120 researchers, who have been recognized for their sustained excellence and impact on the cognitive science community.