People and Technology

Manufacturing, Finance Among Industries to Benefit from What's Next in AI for 2023

A group of Ph.D. students from the GT Computing community share their opinions on what's next for artificial intelligence in the new year.

Computing Approach May Save At-Risk Carnival Costume Making Tradition

A Tech professor is exploring new ways of passing along a traditional skills from her home country.

Research to Help Neurodiverse People, Others Leads the Way at Social Computing Conference

Tech researchers had 19 accepted papers at this month's virtual Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing.

Cyber Faculty Sets Out to Protect Nation’s Investment in AI Manufacturing

Associate Professor Saman Zonouz will research ways to protect Georgia Tech's investment in AI manufacturing

Eight-Year Study Shows the Dark Side of WordPress Plugins

Cybersecurity researchers discover many WordPress sites are compromised

Art Exhibition Has College Connections

A new art exhibition curated by a College of Computing staff member is opening next week and features the work of a College faculty member.

Student Team Wins Department of Energy EcoCAR Mobility Challenge

A team of Georgia Tech students and faculty members has won the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) EcoCAR Mobility Challenge.

Cyber Champions: Georgia Tech Students Win First at Codebreaker Challenge

Georgia Tech students were recognized by the NSA for placing first at the 2021 Codebreaker Challenge.


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