People and Technology

Mr. Georgia Tech Andrew Perry Merging Unique Interests With CS Studies

GTComputing student Andrew Perry has combined an interest in fashion and computer science to discover the world of wearable technology.

New Georgia Tech Research May Help Combat Abusive Online Comments

Researchers at Georgia Tech have found a more cost-effective way for internet communities to moderate abusive content.

IPaT In-Depth Spotlight: Gheric Speiginer

Gheric Speiginer is interested in exploring novel user interfaces and interaction techniques, particularly those that exploit the unique capabilities of augmented reality.

GT Computing Moving the Needle Forward in Autism Research

Multiple grants have helped develop fields of research into how technology can assist detection and, perhaps, treatment of problem behaviors associated with autism.

Controlling a Robot is Now as Simple as Point and Click

New technique allows users to control a remote robot by pointing and clicking on a screen.

Interactive Visualization Illustrates Uncertainty of NFL Draft

An interactive visualization created by the Information Interfaces Research Groups shows just how few draftees make it long-term in the NFL.

IC Ph.D. student Katie Cunningham receives NSF fellowship

IC Ph.D. student Katie Cunningham receives NSF fellowship for work in computing education.

Remembering Howard A. Schmidt, 1949 - 2017

Cybersecurity Experts Discuss Pioneer's Impact at Georgia Tech and in Government

Likelihood of Dieting Success Lies Within Your Tweets

Georgia Tech researchers have determined that attitudes expressed on social media can predict dieting success.

SCS Chair Agrees to Five-Year Extension

Professor Lance Fortnow Signs Agreement to Continue as School of Computer Science Chair.


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