News

Larry Sweet analyzes advances in automation and offers a prediction for the future.

Visit Website

Mark Riedl shares his thoughts on what's next for open-world computer games.

Visit Website

Ron Arkin explains why he believes a mortatorium is better than an outright ban on military AI research to BuzzFeed News

Visit Website

Exploring our lack of privacy online via Georgia Tech social computing and cybersecurity research. 

Visit Website

Ian Bogost explains his thoughts on Twitter's change from "favorites" to "likes."

Visit Website

Barbara Ericson annually analyzes the demographics of AP computer science exam test takers. This year was no exception.

Visit Website

The University System of Georgia asked Gov. Nathan Deal for funds to create a cybersecurity center in Atlanta at Georgia Tech that would drive research and curriculum development across all schools in the University System of Georgia system. Both Georgia Tech and Augusta University recently launched their own cybersecurity institutes.

Visit Website

Priyam Prashar, a first-year student in the Robotics Ph.D. Program at Georgia Tech, received the first Georgia Robotics Fellowship, established earlier this year by local non-profit Georgia Robotics.

Over the last few years, robot researchers Dr. Crystal Chao and Professor Andrea Thomaz at Georgia Tech have been devising a new way to build humanity and personality into human-robot dialogues. It starts with rethinking the way we talk to machines.

Visit Website

Mark Riedl and Matthew Guzdial are AI researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where they use computer software to generate new Super Mario Bros. levels as a means of exploring how machines could one day help humans design games. One thing that makes Mario appealing to researchers such as themselves is a near-perfect balance between simplicity and complexity. Basically, the game’s mechanics pose some interesting challenges for algorithms, but aren’t so difficult that it’s impossible to solve.

Visit Website