IPaT Thursday Think Tank: Shape Machine: A Rule-Based Modeling and Programming System Developed at Tech
The Shape Machine is a new computational technology that fundamentally redefines the way shapes are represented, indexed, queried and operated upon.
Robert Nowak, a professor at the University of Wisconsin - Madison will be on campus for a ML@GT seminar.
Representatives from Adobe will be on campus for a short talk and Q&A session.
Dipendra Misra is a Ph.D. candidate from Cornell University and will be visiting Georgia Tech as a part of the Machine Learning Center's Spring Seminar Series.
School of Interactive Computing Associate Professor Tucker Balch will be presenting a talk as a part of the ML@GT Spring Seminar Series.
At this IPaT Thursday Think Tank, we’ll learn which metro Atlanta communities and companies are, at this moment, testing vehicles that drive themselves and installing “smart” infrastructure.
Sudheer Chava will be delivering a post-doc talk as a part of the ML@GT Spring Seminar Series.
Livio Dalloro, Product Modeling and Simulation research group at Siemens Corporate Technology will be on campus to present a talk as a part of the ML@GT Spring Seminar Series.
Please mark your calendar and join us as a guest for the invitation-only live demonstration event for the 2019 Spring Convergence Innovation Competition (CIC).
Manuela Veloso is the head of the Machine Learning department at Carnegie Mellon University and the head of artificial intelligence for JPMorgan Chase.
Join the Institute for People and Technology at Georgia Tech and the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Pediatric Technology Center on Thursday, April 18 at the Garage at Tech Square for a day of thought-provoking discussions on the topic of Agile Health.
Magic Leap will be on campus for a seminar presented by ML@GT
The Beyond Smart Symposium will bring scholars working smart cities together for two days to reflect on the challenges and successes of city-wide research smart city deployments and projects.
The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) will hold a two-day Smart Cities Dialogue on May 7-8, 2019.