People and Technology

ML@GT Displays Diverse Research Interests at NeurIPS

Georgia Tech will present 30 papers at one of the hottest conferences in artificial intelligence.

Hive Supercomputer Makes its Debut as Georgia Tech’s Largest High-Performance Computing Resource in New State-of-the-Art Datacenter

Hive is the new $5.3 million high-performance computing system housed in Coda. Hive is now the largest HPC resource Georgia Tech owns and will support data-driven research in astrophysics, computational biology, health sciences, computational chemistry, m

Making Sure Computing Machines Don’t Stereotype People

Georgia Tech researchers develop an algorithm that is less biased towards different populations.

Keep Forgetting Your Password? Try This Novel Virtual Authentication Technique

This first-person virtual maze offers more memorable, harder-to-break passwords for infrequent authentication.

Opportunities for Impact: Startup Zyrobotics Helped Ayanna Howard Reach More People

For the past six years, Zyrobotics has developed personalized technologies that stimulate social, cognitive, and motor skill development using fun and educational applications.

Newly Endowed Chair Underscores Value of Computational Journalism

The creator of Google News, a GT Computing alumnus, is funding a new endowed faculty position in the College.

Jill Watson Now Helping Students Learn AI-enabled Research Tool

A new AI-enabled research tool powered by the Smithsonian debuted in an undergraduate biology class at Georgia Tech this semester.

Yanjin Long Juggles Diapers and Deadlines as a First-Time Mother and OMSCS Student

Starting graduate school while becoming a first-time parent and working full-time is no easy task, but Yanjin Long can't imagine doing it any other way.


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