By creating proactive, accessible health and wellness technologies, Georgia Tech has taken significant steps in enabling people to control their own health to greater, more effective degrees. Highlighting Georgia Tech’s health research strategy are three projects focused on personal technologies and networked computing tools designed to radically change how users interact with health care information and systems.
Prof. Henrik Christensen discusses what Google might do with its recently acquired robot companies.
GT teams up with iRobot, IEEE for second batch of robot baseball cards
"The system learns a person's 'touch signature,' then constantly compares it to how the current user is interacting with the device," said College of Computing assistant professor Polo Chau. Source: Engadget
Cybersecurity reserachers at Georgia Tech develop LatentGesture, a device that continuously monitors gadgets for intruders based on taps and swipes.
College of Computing researchers have developed a new security system that continuously monitors how a user taps and swipes a mobile device. If the movements don’t match the owner’s tendencies, the system recognizes the differences and can be programmed to lock the device.
Is it possible for scientists to predict genocide? "Spreadsheets and Global Mayhem" follows the work of scientists, like Georgia Tech's Michael Best, whose research attempts to predict mass-violence using machine-learning tools.
Is it possible for scientists to predict genocide? "Spreadsheets and Global Mayhem" follows the work of scientists, like Georgia Tech's Michael Best, whose research tracks and predicts trends of mass-violence using machine-learning tools.