Melanie Lefkowitz

Melanie Lefkowitz, Cornell University


AI and Machine Learning October 31, 2020

Project uses AI to strengthen global supply chains

Cornell University researchers are developing machine learning and blockchain tools to better understand and support the global supply chain, whose vulnerabilities were exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Melanie Lefkowitz
Robotics September 15, 2020

Robots, know-how driving COVID lab’s massive testing effort

Cornell University is using robots and batch testing to ensure thousands of tests can be processed to ensure the university can safely operate during the school year.

By Melanie Lefkowitz
Robotics September 16, 2019

Research looking to give robots a second impression

Cornell University researchers, along with MIT, are studying how humans form and update impressions of robots with the goal of creating a computational model allowing robots to adjust their nonverbal behavior accordingly.

By Melanie Lefkowitz
Robotics July 25, 2019

Students using drones to detect crop diseases for agricultural industry

A team of Cornell University undergraduates is aiming to use the tools of digital agriculture such as drones to spot Northern leaf blight and other agricultural diseases before they take hold.

By Melanie Lefkowitz
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