Data Engineering and Science

AI 'Performers' Take Center Stage and Get Creative with People in Public Spaces

Georgia Tech’s Expressive Machinery Lab has developed exhibitions where the AI agents are front-and-center and people are able to create with them. These AIs have included a dance partner, visual storyteller, music maker, and improv comedian.

Data Mining Experts Showcase Research at KDD 2019 

Georgia Tech researchers head to Anchorage, Alaska for KDD 2019.

Student Startup Brings New Customer Insights to Brick and Mortar Stores

A startup company created by Georgia Tech students is piloting a new technology with several businesses in Ponce City Market to provide brick and mortar stores similar customer insights accessable to e-commerce retailers.

Georgia Tech Student Leads Creation of the First High-resolution Land Cover Map of the US

A Microsoft team, led by CSE Ph.D. researcher Caleb Robinson, created the first high-resolution land cover map of the contiguous US.

Identifying Differences in Disease-causing Genomes Just Went from a Few Days to a Few Hours

CSE Ph.D. Chirag Jain developed the first multi-core parallel algorithm that is capable of aligning a DNA sequence to a complex genome graph.

South Big Data Hub Recognized for Expanding Georgia Tech Research Portfolio and Platform

Georgia Tech’s Office of the Executive Vice President for Research (EVPR) awarded the South Big Data Regional Innovation Hub (SBDH) the Outstanding Achievement in Research Program Development Award for 2019.

Understanding How Data Scientists Understand Machine Learning Models

CSE Ph.D. Student Fred Hohman releases his latest software, Gamut, that aims to help data scientists understand machine learning outputs.


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