According to some estimates, the average corporate email user sends 112 emails every day. About one out of every seven of those messages, says a new study from Georgia Tech, can be called gossip.
When the humanoid robot SAFFiR gets a shove, it reflexively moves to maintain its balance. SAFFiR can also walk over uneven terrain, turn its head to scan its surroundings and — with the help of a human operator — reach out to grasp objects.
Thad Starner, a Professor in the School of Interactive Computing, discusses with NPR the question of whether a computer can change or effect the essense of a person.
The key to understanding romantic relationships is an age-old mystery. But the elusive language of love may be easier to decipher with new Georgia Institute of Technology computing research that brings insight into how we find, talk about, and improve our relationships with that significant other.
Dr. Melody Jackson, an Associate Professor in the School of Interactive Computing and the Director of the Center for BioInterface Research, is featured on Fox News for her work with FIDO.
Michael Best, Associate Professor of International Affairs and Computing, has been appointed as director of the newly formed United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society.
Prof. Ian Bogost, Ivan Allen College Distinguished Chair in Media Studies and Professor of Interactive Computing, discusses virtual games that are designed to generate real empathy for faraway conflict.
Join us in celebrating Data Privacy Day with panels and roundtable discussions, hosted by Georgia Tech at the Historic Academy of Medicine.