Mark Guzdial, a professor in the School of Interactive Computing, discusses the state of today's computer science education programs in Politico's, 'Seeking coders, tech titans turn to schools.'
A Georgia Tech professor is offering an alternative to the celebrated “Turing Test” to determine whether a machine or computer program exhibits human-level intelligence. The Turing Test – originally called the Imitation Game – was proposed by computing pioneer Alan Turing in 1950. In practice, some applications of the test require a machine to engage in dialogue and convince a human judge that it is an actual person.
Human-Centered Computing Ph.D. students, Casey Fiesler and Miranda Parker, recently re-mixed the children's book, "Barbie: I Can Be a Computer Engineer," with the intention of empowering girls and correcting the stereotyped original.
New research from Georgia Tech’s School of Interactive Computing studies cat and human mid-air orientation as inspiration for safe robotic falling and landings.
The School of Interactive Computing's Munmun De Choudhury is featured on NPR's On the Media to discuss the question of whether the algorithms built into social media and your cell phone are quietly probing your psyche.
Thad Starner discusses why it has taken so long for wearables to capture consumer interest.